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One of the Busiest Hospitals in one of the Nation’s Largest Coronavirus Hot Spots
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L.A. County-Supported Testing Sites Continue To Expand; Targeting Vulnerable Communities
UCSF Launches 1st-in-the-Nation COVID-19 Testing for Latinx Community
When Telehealth Came to the Tenderloin
How SF’s Laguna Honda Averted Coronavirus Disaster
San Francisco Chronicle
Whole Person Care Leads to Improved Care Coordination, Better Care, and Better Health
June 29, 2020
California’s Public Health Care Systems Remain Committed to Fighting Racial Injustice
June 3, 2020
May Revision Highlights Need for Federal Support
May 14, 2020
Whole Person Care Plays Critical Role in COVID-19 Response
May 4, 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 »
Telehealth is Essential, COVID-19 and Beyond
To protect patients and frontline workers and help reduce the spread of COVID-19, many health care providers dramatically shifted from in-person visits to video and audio-only phone visits.
COVID-19 Accelerated Telehealth in Medi-Cal
The COVID-19 public health emergency allowed Medi-Cal providers and patients to access a broader array of telehealth options. By quickly expanding telehealth offerings, Medi-Cal providers during COVID ensured ongoing access to care.
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.