Medi-Cal, now 50 years old, provides health coverage to one in three Californians. What reforms are needed to ensure that when it turns 60, Medi-Cal consistently and efficiently delivers excellent access, quality, and patient experience?
Sacramento Briefing Slides — The Future of Delivery System Reform: Mann (7/13/2016) (4.14 MB)
Medi-Cal, which started 50 years ago as a program for people receiving cash welfare assistance, now provides health coverage to one in three Californians. What kind of program do we want Medi-Cal to be when it turns 60? Specifically, what reforms are needed to ensure that Medi-Cal consistently delivers excellent access, quality, and patient experience while using resources efficiently?
Join the California Health Care Foundation for a conversation about the future of Medi-Cal. Cindy Mann of Manatt Health presents findings from a report commissioned by CHCF that assesses key challenges and opportunities in Medi-Cal, establishes a vision for delivery system reform, and articulates a path forward.
A panel of experts discusses the report's recommendations and their implications. Audience members are encouraged to share their input and questions. Confirmed panelists for this Sacramento briefing include:
A recording of the event and the presentation slides are available below.
If you don't have time to watch the whole video, here are some key highlights:
Moving Medi-Cal Forward — Together
What Kind of Program Should Medi-Cal Be When It Turns 60?
Moving Medi-Cal Forward on the Path to Delivery System Transformation