Members in the News
ARMC gives students opportunities to participate in wide variety of careers in medical field
Electric scooter injuries have soared, UCSF study finds
San Joaquin General Hospital opens state-of-the-art NICU
FOX 40 News
Valley Fever Cases Climb In California’s Central Valley — And Beyond
UC Davis Develops Breath Test for Opioids
Underserved Populations Focus of Countywide Health Fair
Public Health Care Systems Laud Governor Newsom’s Health Care Investments in State Budget
January 10, 2020
Trump Administration Proposes New Rule on Medicaid Funding That Could Eliminate Access to Care for Millions of Low-Income Californians
January 6, 2020
Whole Person Care Makes Progress in Care Coordination, Improving Care for Vulnerable Patients
November 19, 2019
Final Public Charge Rule Jeopardizes Health and Well-Being of Our Communities
August 12, 2019
CAPH actively analyzes state and federal health care issues that would impact public health care systems.
Our advocacy agenda seeks to ensure that our members have the necessary resources and tools to provide high-quality care to over 2.8 million patients.
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The California Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems represents California’s 21 public health care systems, which are the core of the state’s health care safety net, delivering high quality care to all in need and working to improve the health of their patients and communities. Learn More »
PRIME Program Update – December 2019 Webinar
Learn more about the progress and impact of public health care systems in PRIME, a key program of the Medi-Cal 2020 waiver. Presentations from LA DHS and UC San Diego on their experiences with care delivery and data analytics.
Protect Medicaid DSH Funding
Medicaid Disproportionate Share Hospital (DSH) payments are critical for public health care systems, ensuring that low income individuals across California can receive timely high-quality health care services.
Reducing Health Disparities in California’s Public Health Care Systems
Public health care systems are undertaking a statewide standardized approach to reduce disparities. With data from program year three, this one pager provides a snapshot on progress with data collection and disparities reduction projects.