California workers are less likely to be offered employer-based coverage than in recent years, according to this survey, and workers who are covered pay more in premiums and cost sharing.
Who are California's uninsured? This annual Almanac report provides data on those who are uninsured and their income levels, work status, age, and ethnicity.
Medi-Cal is the main source of health insurance for one in five Californians. This report provides an overview of the program's key features, describes how the program is evolving, and examines the challenges ahead.
Private health insurers covered two-thirds of all Californians and brought in $111 billion in revenue in 2011. This report takes a performance baseline ahead of the ACA influences on the marketplace.
More than two-thirds of Californians get their health insurance through private carriers. This infographic shows how the largest plans stack up in terms of enrollment and revenue.
Compared to the nation, more of California's children have public health coverage and fewer have coverage through their parents' work. This Almanac report looks at trends in children's coverage.
Californians are increasingly concerned about getting and paying for health care. This report looks at what consumers know about their coverage and what drives their medical decisions.
This guide provides key statistics about sources of coverage and characteristics of employer-based coverage, including premiums and consumer cost sharing, as well as coverage rates for various demographic groups under private or public insurance.
This overview documents the difficulties faced by beneficiaries in California's Medicaid dental program. It highlights key trends and statistics ranging from utilization to expenditures.
This Almanac report on Medicare in California examines demographics, health status, insurance coverage, quality of care, utilization, and spending, and provides a framework to better understand current and anticipated trends.