Members in the News
UCSF Awarded $67.5 Million to Develop New Antiviral Therapies
VP Kamala Harris Decries U.S. Maternal Health Care Crisis in S.F. Visit, Praises UCSF Program
San Francisco Chronicle
Tia Opens Flagship Clinic in San Francisco and Teams with UCSF Health to Scale Comprehensive Women’s Healthcare to 40,000 Bay Area Women
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Thompson, Garamendi Present $900,000 Check to Contra Costa Health Services
US Congressman Mike Thompson Newsroom
Highland Hospital to be Renamed in Honor of Late Supervisor Wilma Chan
6 Reflections on the Pandemic From California’s Public Health Care Systems
June 27, 2022
U.S. Supreme Court Strikes Down Landmark Roe v. Wade Decision
June 24, 2022
California Health Care Safety Net Institute Launches Racial Equity Program
May 9, 2022
Blog Series Captures Remarkable Stories from the Field: Public Heath Care Systems’ COVID Response
April 14, 2022
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Quality Incentive Pool (QIP) 2022: Fact Sheet
Learn more about the Quality Incentive Pool (QIP) and how it's charting a new path forward to improve health equity.
Celebrating the Advancement of Equitable Care in California Through PRIME
This factsheet summarizes how PRIME became a driving force that led to real gains in the quality of care for Medi-Cal patients.
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.