New Report: Equitable Distribution of COVID-19 Vaccine
Public health care systems share vaccine outreach strategies for their most vulnerable communities. Click here to learn more.
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Members in the News
Robot Rehab: Armeo Gives Pravin His Life Back
Pandemic-Driven Telehealth Proves Popular at Safety Net Health System
Clinics Boost Vaccination Rates in Underserved Communities
Levi's Stadium Offers Teens Unique Incentive to Get the COVID Vaccine
Contra Costa County Passes 1 Million Vaccinations Ahead of Memorial Day Goal
UC Davis co-launches high-touch telehealth program in the Central Valley for agricultural workers
May 26, 2021
New Report – Equitable Distribution of the COVID-19 Vaccine: Recommended Practices
May 17, 2021
May Revision Provides Critical Funding for Public Health Care Systems and Advances Equity in Medi-Cal
May 14, 2021
Monterey farmworkers design ways to combat Covid-19 with Natividad Medical Center
March 19, 2021
CAPH actively analyzes state and federal health care issues that would impact public health care systems.
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Equitable Distribution of the COVID-19 Vaccine: Recommended Practices
This report shares successful strategies implemented by public health care systems to increase vaccination rates among those most at-risk in their communities.
Advancing Coordinated Care for the Uninsured: A Bold Vision for California
California proposes to renew and expand care for the uninsured through a five-year plan for the Global Payment Program (GPP), which includes a new equity component.
Improving Quality and Reducing Disparities Through the Quality Incentive Pool (QIP)
The QIP continues to challenge public health care systems to improve quality and reduce health care disparities.