Health insurance products under the ACA are subject to federal and state regulation. This table compares the rules applicable to small employer groups.
How did consumers fare when signing up for ACA coverage in California? Early research shows a mixed bag.
Health insurance products under the ACA are subject to federal and state regulation. This table compares the rules for essential benefits, levels of coverage, and cost sharing.
Is the goal line in site for California? Experts and stakeholders measure the distance to achieving widespread use of HIT.
A series of fact sheets and infographics demystify technical topics that are central to understanding the implementation of health reform in California.
This first publicly reported dashboard of Medi-Cal managed care shows areas of strength and opportunities for improvement.
The marketplace for Californians buying individual health coverage after January 1, 2014, will be affected by both federal and state laws and regulations. This side-by-side comparison table gives an overview of their similarities and differences.
Applying for health insurance under the ACA is a challenge. Help is standing by for Californians trying to navigate their way to enrollment.
Protecting patients' personal health information is key. This report describes the matrix of federal and California laws that protect their information and address any breaches.
Accountable care organizations are springing up across California in an effort to reduce costs and improve care. How have ACO contracting arrangements evolved regionally?
Can paramedics improve the efficiency of emergency resources and enhance access to primary care for the medically underserved through a new model of care, called "community paramedicine"?
This map of grantees shows the breadth of Innovation Center investments in California working to test innovative payment and care delivery models to reduce costs and maintain or improve quality of care for recipients of Medicare, Medicaid, and CHIP.
Held: January 30, 2013
Learn about how the state might streamline eligibility determination for Covered California and Medi-Cal using data matching under the Affordable Care Act.
In 2010, California began gearing up for health reform by launching major changes to Medi-Cal and care for the uninsured. A midpoint analysis sheds light on accomplishments and lessons learned.
CHCF is guiding an effort to monitor the effects of the ACA on California. Valuable feedback from stakeholders suggested data and metrics for tracking progress.