2019 Edition — Californians with Low Incomes
Matthew Newman, Eunice Roh
All Californians should have access to the care they need, when they need it, at a price they can afford. Californians with low incomes often face greater barriers to care than those with higher incomes. This Almanac quick reference guide provides a look at the data provided by the 2017 California Health Interview Survey.
CIN Resource Page: Managing Total Cost of Care to Succeed in Risk-Based Payment
Payment & Financing
This resource page from the California Improvement Network contains reports and tools to support success for payers and provider organizations in managing total cost of care and in risk-based payment models.
2013 Edition — Quality of Care
Behavioral Health, Maternal Health
The quality of health care in California is improving, yet significant disparities persist in some areas. This Almanac report, Quality of Care: Steps in the Right Direction, provides data on a number of measures, including childbirth, children's health, and management of patients with common chronic conditions.
2019 Edition — California’s Health Care Safety Net
Matthew Newman, Eunice Roh
This Almanac report, California’s Health Care Safety Net: A Patchwork of Programs and Providers, presents data on the providers and programs that comprise California’s system for providing health care to people with low incomes.
Behavioral Health in California — Almanac Collection
The Almanac publications in this collection provide an overview of mental health and substance use in California. Using the most recent data available, these reports paint a picture of prevalence, supply and use of treatment providers, quality of care, and spending.
2013 Edition — California Hospitals
Lisa Maiuro, Bret Corzine
This Almanac report, California Hospitals: Buildings, Beds, and Business, looks at the state of California's general acute care hospitals in 2010. It examines bed supply and capacity, use of services, financial health, and selected quality measures.
2019 Edition — Medi-Cal Facts and Figures
Len Finocchio, Matthew Newman, Eunice Roh, Blue Sky Consulting Group
Medi-Cal, Coverage Trends
Medi-Cal, California’s Medicaid program, is the state’s health insurance program for Californians with low incomes, including children, persons with disabilities, seniors, and adults with low incomes. Get the latest data on this program, which covers one in three Californians.
Medi-Cal Facts and Figures — Almanac Collection
Coverage Trends, Medi-Cal
Medi-Cal is the state’s health insurance program for Californians with low incomes, including 40% of all children, half of all people with disabilities, and more than a million seniors. This collection of current and past editions of Medi-Cal Facts and Figures presents data on enrollment, benefits, financing, and access and use.
Promise and Pitfalls: A Look at California’s Regional Health Information Organizations
Investing in Innovation, Data Exchange
This report examines the various types of health information exchange resources available to provider organizations in California. It focuses on the role of nonprofit regional health information organizations and profiles the largest nine currently operating in the state.
2019 Edition — Health Care Costs 101
Health Care Costs, Payment & Financing
National health spending grew by 3.9% in 2017, slower than the 4.8% growth in 2016. This Almanac report, Health Care Costs 101: Spending Keeps Growing, details how much is spent on health care in the US, which services are purchased, and who pays.