CHCF aims to improve outcomes for populations receiving unwanted, expensive, and ineffective care. See examples of work in this area.
|Care for People with Complex Needs
CHCF aims to improve outcomes for people who have complex physical health, behavioral health, and social needs by developing and spreading effective policies and delivery models in Medi-Cal.
CHCF aims to improve quality and lower costs of maternity care in California, especially for women with low incomes, by ensuring appropriate care and reducing disparities in outcomes.
|Serious Illness and End-of-Life Care
CHCF aims to increase access to and use of high-quality palliative care services among Californians with low incomes who have serious illnesses, and to understand the impact of these services in Medi-Cal.
CHCF aims to advance state policy reforms and delivery system transformation to improve coverage and care. See examples of work in this area.
|Access to Affordable Coverage
CHCF aims to advance state policies and practices that ensure that all Californians with low incomes have affordable coverage and that Medi-Cal enrollees can get the care they need when they need it.
|Access to Primary Care
CHCF aims to advance policy, payment, and delivery system reforms to improve access by Californians with low incomes to high-quality, linguistically and culturally responsive primary care that includes behavioral health care.
|Access to Specialty Care
CHCF aims to spread the use of telehealth in California’s safety net and to spur Medi-Cal policy and payment reforms to improve access to specialty care for Californians with low incomes.
|Laying the Foundation
CHCF aims to build a strong foundation for delivering meaningful change in California’s health care system by providing timely research, supporting health care journalism, training leaders, and developing cross-sector networks. See examples of work in this area.
|Market Analysis and Insight
CHCF aims to provide research and analysis that gives a market-wide view and supports informed decisions about California’s health care ecosystem.
|Supporting High-Quality Health Journalism
CHCF supports health care journalism, providing access to timely, relevant information about the most pressing issues related to health care and policy.
CHCF aims to support leadership training and skill-building for California’s health care professionals and state policy partners, as well as to support learning opportunities for organizations improving care delivery in the safety net.
|Bridging the Innovation Gap
CHCF aims to develop information, networks, and communication platforms that enable safety-net providers and health plans to work with entrepreneurs on delivery system improvement.