Medicare funded the program with a $13 million grant, but hopes for savings of $29 million.
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How undocumented immigrants manage health care since they are excluded from the ACA: not easily.
Under the Obamacare Medi-Cal expansion, many more former inmates can get insured after leaving jail.
By Anna Gorman, Kaiser Health News TIJUANA, Mexico – Irma Montalvo signed up for a health plan through Covered California, the state’s insurance marketplace, last month, getting coverage for the first time in eight years. But when she needed treatment for a painful skin rash, Montalvo didn’t go to a doctor near her home in …
Under new law, all of San Francisco’s county jail inmates can sign up for health insurance.
Challenges ahead: stress on safety net providers; cost disparities by region state-wide, and the Covered California budget.
Many Californians say they are uninterested, confused or skeptical about insurance.
Because they are no longer denied health insurance for pre-existing conditions, some choose to leave their jobs.
Nearly 1.4 million people signed up on CoveredCA; the rest on Medi-Cal. Enrollments exceeded projections.
Because more people are insured, state and federal safety net funding is being cut. How are these institutions compensating?