California’s health system includes statewide public coverage programs and special county-based programs: Medi-Cal, Healthy Kids/Healthy Families, and others created under Section 1115 of the Social Security Act.
|August 7, 2011||Posted by Kiwon Yoo under Insurance Exchange, Program Simplification, Public Coverage||
This working draft outlines public programs for adults, possible integration with the Exchange, and their future in a post-reform world.Programs covered include: the Medi-Cal program (including the Medically Needy and Pregnancy/Perinatal Care programs), county health programs, the §1115 Waiver, the Basic Health Plan, MRMIP and PCIP, Access for Infants and […] more
|June 9, 2011||Posted by Kiwon Yoo under Insurance Exchange, Program Simplification, Public Coverage||
This working draft outlines public programs for children, possible integration with the Exchange, and their future in a post-reform world.
Programs covered include: Healthy Families; Access for Infants and Mothers (AIM); Family Planning, Access, Care and Treatment (Family PACT); Child Health Disability and Prevention (CHDP); California Children’s Services (CCS); Healthy Kids and Children’s Health Initiatives (CHI); the Medi-Cal Pregnancy and Perinatal Care; and the Medi-Cal Medically Needy Program. more
|June 3, 2011||Posted by Lucien Wulsin under Blog, Medi-Cal, Public Coverage||
We need to thank the Brown Administration for their efforts to provoke all of our best thinking on the best way to cover California’s children in 2011, 2014 and onward. They propose to shift the 900,000 Healthy Families children into Medi-Cal beginning January 2012. Healthy Families covers uninsured children with […] more
|March 31, 2011||Posted by ITUP under Blog, Waiver Reports||
On March 18th, we noted that DHCS had recently published copies of 26 counties’ applications for the Waiver’s Low Income Health Program (LIHP). Based on the projections in their applications, counties predict the total number of people covered under the LIHP to be approximately 455,000, — with the vast majority […] more