Millions of people in California, many of whom face financial hardships and complex health issues, have been safeguarded, supported, and cared for by those working
On January 10, Governor Newsom released the 2022-23 State Budget proposal, which includes key investments for the Medi-Cal program and support for the health care workforce. The Administration also outlined an important process to strengthen public health care system financing.
The public health care system and academic medical center, which operates a 459-bed acute-care hospital serving a region of nearly 4 million people in Orange County, went beyond providing its patients with the ability to talk with their clinicians over phone and video at home or work to the next level of telehealth: remote patient monitoring.
OAKLAND, CA, February 9, 2022 – Today, Assemblymember Luz Rivas (D-San Fernando Valley) introduced AB 1894, legislation that would create an important process to strengthen public
Public Health Care Systems Laud Governor Newsom’s Commitment to Supporting the Health Care Safety Net and Key Investments in Medi-Cal
OAKLAND, CA, January 10, 2022 – Today, Governor Newsom announced the FY 2022-2023 Budget proposal, which creates an important process to strengthen public health care
OAKLAND, CA, December 29, 2021 – Today, the State of California announced initial federal approval of a five-year Medicaid (Medi-Cal) Section 1115 waiver extension, part
An on-the-ground look at how the County of Santa Clara increased care and services for those experiencing homelessness during the pandemic
Article by: Aisling Carroll Disaster service workers from the County of Santa Clara check a client’s temperature. Photo credit: County of Santa Clara Health System.
How South LA County doctors at MLK Outpatient Center talk with patients to increase vaccine confidence
Article by: Aisling Carroll A patient was on the phone with Dr. Atul Nakhasi, internist at Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) Outpatient Center in Los
Caring for San Francisco’s most at-risk residents during COVID-19 and lessons from leadership along the way
Article by: Aisling Carroll When Dr. Susan Ehrlich took over as CEO at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital (ZSFG) in 2016 after leading San Mateo