All Californians deserve the opportunity to achieve their fullest potential for health. But too many Californians today face unacceptable barriers to care because of their race or ethnicity, immigration status, income, or ZIP code. CHCF is working with a wide range of partners to break down structural barriers to care and create a health care system that is designed to redress, not perpetuate, the inequities that too many of our fellow Californians face.
Improving Birth Equity in California’s Health Care System
THE CONVERSATION / LA CONVERSACIÓN
A new bilingual video campaign featuring Latinx doctors, nurses, and promotores addresses information needs about the COVID-19 vaccines in the Latinx community. THE CONVERSATION/LA CONVERSACIÓN is produced by KFF (Kaiser Family Foundation) and presented with UnidosUS. CHCF is proud to sponsor with the California Community Foundation, The California Endowment, and Sierra Health Foundation.
Clinics Respond to Anti-Asian Hate with Many Kinds of Support
CIN Connections, Spring 2021 — Addressing Racism to Improve Health
Homelessness and Health Care: Lessons and Policy Considerations from the COVID-19 Pandemic
Recovery with Limited Progress: Impact of California Proposition 209 on Racial/Ethnic Diversity of California Medical School Matriculants
New report by the Healthforce Center at UCSF shows lingering impacts of Proposition 209 on racial diversity in California medical schools. It also identifies proven solutions with potential for even more impact.