Sacramento Business Journal: There are bumps, but California is progressing with health reform, panelists say

Kathy Robertson Things are a little less scary but still confusing as the health-care industry heads toward a second year of business with Covered California, panelists said Friday at a Sacramento Business Journal forum on the Affordable Care Act. Editor and moderator Jack Robinsonlikened the situation to a plane that’s taken off and risen above the … Continue reading

LA Times: Anthem’s Obamacare rates to increase less than 10% in California

Anthem Blue Cross President Mark Morgan said the age and projected medical costs of new enrollees are in line with the company’s expectations thus far. “We will not have double-digit increases in our Covered California operations,” he said Thursday. (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Los Angeles Times) CHAD TERHUNE  In the strongest indication yet where Obamacare … Continue reading

California Health Report: The iPad Therapist: Mental Health for the Aging

By Matt Perry Davis Park stands in front of 11 older adult residents of the Los Angeles independent living facility Good Shepherd Manor – all but one of them African-American – and asks what they know about technology. “How many of you know what videoconferencing is?” One hand rises. How many know how to use … Continue reading

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