The Evolving Safety Net in Southern California: Building New Models of Care for the Remaining Uninsured
|October 9, 2014||Posted by ITUP under Central Valley, Inland Empire, Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego, The Uninsured, Workgroups||
Throughout the summer of 2014, ITUP met with health care leaders in Southern California to discuss caring for the remaining uninsured post-ACA implementation, building consensus and strengthening collaboration. Through one-on-one interviews with stakeholders, county-specific meetings bringing together a myriad of stakeholders, and extensive data analysis, we prepared in-depth reports on organizing care and coverage for the uninsured in Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego, Kern, Riverside, and San Bernandino counties. The project, funded by the California Wellness Foundation, resulted in a summit of key leaders from across the six counties in October.
This page is a resource for participants in the project. The documents below are password protected (participants have been emailed the password), however additional reports available to the public are forthcoming.
For a detailed overview of the remaining uninsured and policy options to cover them, see ITUP’s series on the remaining uninsured.
For information on models of financing care for the undocumented, see ITUP’s report.