Remembering Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
The legendary Supreme Court justice died Friday after a lifetime devoted to her righteous battle for gender equality.
New & Noteworthy
The Future of the Affordable Care Act
Expanding Health Coverage
This collection highlights key resources on the impact of the ACA in California and the potential consequences if the law is abolished. The death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg makes it even more difficult to predict the Supreme Court’s ruling in an upcoming federal lawsuit that seeks to invalidate the ACA. The ACA may also be shaped by actions of the president and Congress in the coming months and years.
How Many in Your Area Are Covered by the Affordable Care Act?
Coverage Trends, Medi-Cal
This is an overview of the Affordable Care Act’s role in providing health care coverage to Californians, which is especially important during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the ACA remains under threat. See how many people in your local area are covered under the ACA.
A Primer on Dual-Eligible Californians
Amber Christ, Georgia Burke
More than a million Californians receive health care coverage from both Medicare and Medi-Cal. These dual-eligible enrollees are older adults with low incomes and people with disabilities. The goal of the paper is to help stakeholders understand the complexities of service delivery for dual-eligible enrollees and to assess the impact of proposed changes on how enrollees can access care under both Medicare and Medi-Cal.
Cracking the Codes: State Medicaid Approaches to Reimbursing Psychiatric Collaborative Care
Health Management Associates
This paper summarizes the approaches taken and lessons learned by the first 15 state Medicaid programs to reimburse for collaborative care, an evidence-based model of integrating behavioral health into primary care.
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