The Trump Administration's proposals for replacing the Affordable Care Act would likely mean California would receive many fewer billions of dollars for the state's Medi-Cal program. KVCR's Ken Vincent has more.
Residents of the Inland Empire only have until Sunday to sign up for health insurance via the state's insurance marketplace. KVCR's Matt Guilhem has more on the approaching Covered California deadline.
As thousands of Californians rush to meet deadlines to sign up for health insurance through Covered California, a new report shows that even a partial repeal of Obamacare, officially known as the Affordable Care Act, could leave nearly 5 million Californians without health insurance. KVCR's Isel Cuapio reports.
Republican leaders in the California Senate want Governor Brown to use new tobacco tax money to fix the state's Denti-Cal program. Capital Public Radio's health care reporter Ja'Nel Johnson says that's after a state watchdog group called the Denti-Cal program dysfunctional in a report last year.
Governor Jerry Brown has proposed more funding for the state's version of Medicaid, in spite of talks that the Affordable Care Act may be repealed under the new Trump administration. Capital Public Radio's Health Care Reporter Ja'Nel Johnson has details.
The new "Health4AllKids" program begins today, meaning all children in California, regardless of immigration status are now eligible for the full scope of Medi-Cal benefits. KVCR's Matt Guilhem has more on the sweeping change and what will be covered.
A new report shows California is leading the nation in reducing the number of Latino children without health coverage, in large part due to the expansion of Medi-Cal under the Affordable Care Act. KVCR's Matt Guilhem has more on the newly-released information.
It's open enrollment season for Covered California, our state's Obamacare health care exchange. California reduced the number of uninsured children by about 176,000 kids in the first year the Affordable Care Act took full effect, according to a new report. KVCR's Matt Guilhem has details on the new findings from Georgetown University.
A majority of California consumers are aware of the state's health insurance exchange. But many uninsured people don't know they can get help paying for insurance. Capital Public Radio's Katie Orr has details on a survey released yesterday (Thursday).
More California voters support the Affordable Care Act. As Capital Public Radio's Amy Quinton reports, the latest Field Poll shows most believe the state has successfully implemented the health care law.