When the Price Is Not Right: State Options on Prescription Drug Pricing
Marge Ginsburg, Shauna Durbin, Jeffrey Hoch, Susan Perez, Dominique Ritley
Health Care Costs, Payment & Financing
Rapidly rising drug prices have caught the attention of health care leaders, who are calling for drug pricing policy reform. What can California do to address this problem?
Getting and Keeping Health Coverage for Low-Income Californians: A Guide for Advocates
Jen Flory, Elizabeth Landsberg, Shirley Sanematsu, Mona Tawatao
With funding from CHCF, the Western Center on Law and Poverty updated its popular guide for advocates helping low-income Californians enroll in health coverage.
Doing What Works: The Public’s Perspectives on Reducing Unnecessary, Harmful, or Wasteful Care
Center for Healthcare Decisions
Health Care Costs
Over 100 California residents were asked about which strategies are most acceptable for reducing the use of harmful and/or wasteful medical care. Read the report and register for a May 19 webinar.
Former California Legislative Analyst Liz Hill, Renowned Straight Shooter, Turns Her Focus to Health Policy
After 22 years navigating state political waters, the respected policy expert recounts a career built on data, and explains why she chose to serve on CHCF's board.
CIN Partners Share: Trends in Serving Patients Inside and Outside the Provider Office
In February 2016, California Improvement Network partners met to discuss how organizations are improving primary care through convenient and enhanced health and wellness encounters.
Recovery Within Reach: Medication-Assisted Treatment of Opioid Addiction Comes to Primary Care
Barbara Masters, Mary Rainwater
Opioid Safety, Providers
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid addiction can speed recovery and save lives. What does it take for clinics to incorporate MAT programs into primary care settings?
California Eligibility and Enrollment Report: Insurance Affordability Programs
California Department of Health Care Services, Covered California
A mandatory report to the California legislature provides an official reckoning of how many residents have gained health insurance and through which pathways.