CHCF's new goals build on our core strengths, while focusing our efforts in ways that better engage stakeholders to improve health care.
Californians use outpatient surgery centers for many same-day procedures, yet it is difficult to get information about these facilities or the quality of care they provide due to fragmented oversight.
CHCF seeks to organize local groups around the epidemic of prescription painkiller overuse and overdose in California communities. Applications are due October 11.
The July Health Affairs focuses on how Medicaid has reshaped care delivery and how it can leverage its influence as a dominant player to push additional reforms.
A longtime observer of California's health insurance marketplace describes how the state could reduce redundancy in regulation under the Affordable Care Act.
Gaps in access to care still disproportionately affect people in poor health and those with disabilities. Researchers compared Medi-Cal with employer-based coverage and Medicaid in other states.
Change is easier when providers are involved in identifying problems and designing solutions. A new California Improvement Network report shares engagement strategies. QPR
Health plans want to play a greater role in health information exchanges. Policy changes to be more inclusive might also make such systems more sustainable.
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