California Healthline: Landmark Healthy San Francisco Remains Safety Net During Transition Period

by Heather Mack, California Healthline Contributing Reporter By many accounts, Healthy San Francisco — the city’s landmark universal health care plan launched in 2007 — has been a success. Uninsured residents in one of the world’s most expensive cities finally had access to affordable, quality health care. While the Affordable Care Act opened up the possibility … Continue reading

California Healthline: San Francisco Adult Day Centers Get Reprieve From 10% Medi-Cal Rate Cut

St. Barnabas Senior Services Adult Day Center

by David Gorn The state Department of Health Care Services has granted an exemption from a Medi-Cal reduction to nine San Francisco adult day health care facilities catering to a frail and elderly patient population. Officials hope the move will help all nine Community-Based Adult Services centers stay in business — particularly four of them that … Continue reading

California Healthline: Questions, Concerns Greet Exchange Leaders at S.F. Town Hall Meeting

by Angela Hart, California Healthline Contributing Reporter Wednesday, August 14, 2013   With an Oct. 1 deadline looming, Covered California officials have launched a public outreach and awareness campaign to help spread the word and answer questions about coverage through the state’s new health insurance exchange. Dozens of outreach events are planned throughout the state … Continue reading

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