In the interest of visually illuminating important health care topics to further understanding and improve policy decisionmaking, CHCF is depicting data in new ways. Below are links to static infographics and interactive data visualizations that we have developed. CHCF infographics are also collected on Pinterest.
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In the past 50 years, the way health care is financed has changed, with private payers and public insurance paying for more care. This interactive graphic shows who paid for the nation's health care and how much it cost.
In 2010, people in the US spent 1.1 billion hours seeking health care for themselves or for loved ones. That time was worth $52 billion.
Californians use outpatient surgery centers for many same-day procedures, yet fragmented oversight makes it difficult to get information about these facilities and the quality of care they provide.
The exchange of behavioral health information is constrained by operational challenges and legal concerns. Manatt Health describes the regulatory framework for sharing such data in California.
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.
Held: June 9, 2015
New research by state officials and university partners on the characteristics, health care usage, and spending associated with Medi-Cal's high-cost populations was offered in a March 4 symposium as well as a June 9 webinar.
Millions of Californians with workplace-sponsored health plans are paying higher premiums and deductibles in return for reduced benefits, a survey shows.
Are Californians getting the care they need? This survey shows that some groups are having a more difficult time accessing care than others.
More than half of Californians get their health insurance through private carriers. This infographic shows how the largest plans stack up in terms of enrollment and revenue.
Data maps contrast the estimated need for palliative care with the uneven availability of hospital and community programs in California.
Expectant mothers can have different delivery experiences depending on the hospital. Where are California's high- and low-performing hospitals on maternity measures?
For patients considering elective surgery, geography matters. This interactive map presents usage rates across California and highlights unexplained variation for a host of procedures.