Health Care Almanac
The CHCF Almanac regularly publishes data and analysis on California's health care market.
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California Health Plans and Insurers: A Shifting Landscape
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.
California Health Plans and Insurers: A Shifting Landscape, 2013 (3.16 MB)
California Health Plans and Insurers: Quick Reference Guide, 2013 (758 K)
County-Based Health Plans and Insurers: Quick Reference Guide, 2013 (826 K)
California Health Plans and Insurers: Data Files, 2013 (128 K)
California Health Plans and Insurers, 2011 (2.29 MB)
California Health Plans and Insurers: Quick Reference Guide, 2011 (586 K)
California Health Plans and Insurers: Data Files, 2011 (161 K)
California Health Plans and Insurers, 2010 (1.7 MB)
Health Plans and Insurers Data Files, 2010 (145 K)
The insurance market in California is set to undergo enormous changes when the Affordable Care Act takes full effect in 2014 and millions of residents become eligible for public insurance or subsidies for private insurance.
This report provides a performance baseline for health plans and insurers before the law begins to influence the marketplace. Data primarily from the state's two insurance regulators, the Department of Managed Health Care (DMHC) and the California Department of Insurance (CDI), were used to examine market share, enrollment, financial performance, share of premiums devoted to medical care, and consumer satisfaction.
Key findings are:
An interactive graphic shows the largest private insurance carriers in California and their enrollment and revenue figures.
The complete Almanac report, as well as a quick reference guide, guide to county-based health plans, and past years' editions, is available under Document Downloads.
The Private Insurance Market in California, 2011
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