CHCF occasionally does research in public health, philanthropy, or other issues that may fall outside of its funding areas. The following documents provide an overview of work that is not within CHCF’s core topic areas.
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The annual conference of the Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ) runs April 22 - 26 at the Hyatt in Santa Clara.
October 1, 2014
Thirty-two clinicians have been chosen for the CHCF Health Care Leadership Program, a two-year fellowship to help them tackle the challenges facing California's health care system.
What is the story you want to tell with your health data? This guide offers examples and tools for creating compelling data visualizations.
To apply lessons learned from years of grantmaking, CHCF embarked on a process to codify effective and innovative practices.
October 1, 2013
Thirty-two clinicians have been chosen for the CHCF Health Care Leadership Program, a two-year fellowship to help them prepare for the challenges facing our state's health care system.
Turbulent times for newspapers have led to various experiments in ways to create and distribute high-quality journalism. The center collaborates with traditional and emerging media to report on the most vexing health care issues facing California.
This free guide, in Spanish and English, provides basic information on health insurance and other public programs.
This report describes how CHCF replaced outmoded procedures for documenting and tracking its grantmaking work with a fully integrated, web-based system. A companion essay explains the importance of making a strong business case.
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