Below are the 10 CHCF releases that drew the most interest in 2016. These reports, projects, infographics, and resource pages cover a wide range of issues on which CHCF is keenly focused, including health care coverage and costs, the Medi-Cal program, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), palliative and end-of-life care, and opioid safety.
- Health Care Costs 101: ACA Spurs Modest Growth and US Health Care Spending: Who Pays?
(Almanac report, interactive graphic, and data files)
- ACA 411: Tracking Health Reform in California and What Will Consumers Pay in Premiums for Covered California Silver Plans in 2017?
(Data tool with analysis and data export, and blog article)
- San Francisco Bay Area: Major Players Drive Regional Network Development and Empire Building by the Bay: Consolidating Control of Hospitals and Physician Organizations in the Bay Area
(Report and interactive infographic)
- California Improvement Network
(Webinars, workshops, partner meeting reports, and other resources for network participants)
- California's Uninsured: As Coverage Grows, Millions Go Without
(Report, quick reference guide, infographic, and data files)
- Opioid Safety Coalitions Network
(Events and resources for this network of providers and other stakeholders working on opioid safety)
- California Health Insurers: Brink of Change
(Report, quick reference guide, data files, and interactive infographic)
- Moving Medi-Cal Forward on the Path to Delivery System Transformation
(Report and landscape assessment)
- Digitizing the Safety Net: Health Tech Opportunities for the Underserved
- California's Health Care Safety Net: A Sector in Transition
(Report and infographic)
The CHCF Blog: Top Five
- Lifting Death's Veil: A Conversation with Atul Gawande
- If Addiction Had No Stigma, and Treatment Were Widely Available, Would the Outcome for Prince Have Been Different?
- Turning the Tide on California's Opioid Epidemic
- Don't Let Zeal for Stopping Opioid Epidemic Create a New Class of Refugee
- Alternative Energy: Here's What Happens When California Consumers Join the Fight to Protect Patients from Medical Harm