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Members in the News
San Bernardino County Doctor’s Invention Could Help During Coronavirus Crisis
Opinion: Front-line East Bay Doctor Gives Thanks for COVID-19 Help
Strengthening Patient Experience via Technology
Alameda Health System
Experts Explain How Contact Tracing Will End the Coronavirus Pandemic
UCSF Health Re-Opens Mount Zion Hospital for Inpatient Care
May Revision Highlights Need for Federal Support
May 14, 2020
Whole Person Care Plays Critical Role in COVID-19 Response
May 4, 2020
CAPH Supports Barragán-Fletcher Bill to Prevent MFAR and Protect the Health Care Safety Net
April 20, 2020
Department of Homeland Security Announces Implementation Date for Public Charge Rule
January 31, 2020
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 »
Proposed Medicaid Rule Could Dismantle California’s Health Care Safety Net
The proposed Medicaid Fiscal Accountability Regulation (MFAR) could severely limit how states pay for their Medicaid programs, jeopardizing the stability of California's public health care systems.
Whole Person Care: The Essential Role of Community Health Workers & Peers
Community Health Workers and Peers act as a bridge between people and systems of care. Learn more about how Whole Person Care supports this critical workforce.
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.