Members in the News
Homeless with HIV: SF General Program Aims to Help Those Most Vulnerable
San Francisco Chronicle
When Email Comes to the Doctor’s Office, Wait Times Decrease
New York Times
James Beard Foundation Recognizes Sacramento Hospital’s Sustainable Food Sourcing
Counties Experiment With Linking Health Care and Social Services for Most Vulnerable
California Health Report
Four Tech Trends Shaping Healthcare in 2019
48 California Hospitals Ranked Among America's Best
Issue Brief: California’s Public Health Care Systems’ Journey to Value-Based Care
March 7, 2019
Developing Innovative Quality Metrics In Value-based Care
January 24, 2019
Public Health Care Systems Applaud Governor Newsom’s Priorities in FY 2019-2020 Budget Proposal
January 10, 2019
ACA Ruled Unconstitutional in U.S. District Court
December 17, 2018
Webinar: Transforming Care Delivery and Improving Quality through PRIME
December 10, 2018
CAPH Submits Public Charge Comments
December 7, 2018
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 »
California’s Public Health Care Systems’ Journey to Value-Based Care
For more than a decade, California’s 21 public health care systems have been leading efforts to evolve safety net payments from volume to value. This brief describes the impact of 1115 Medicaid waivers and the importance of continuing this work in the future.
Global Payment Program: Using Medicaid DSH Funds to Incentivize Right Care at the Right Time
Public health care systems in California have implemented a range of innovative services and programs to improve care for the uninsured. This two page document provides both high level results and individual system highlights.
Whole Person Care in California’s Public Health Care Systems
For people in low-income communities, medical problems can be caused and exacerbated by factors related to poverty. Learn about Whole Person Care's holistic approach addressing patients' medical, social, and economic needs.