Sen. Ed Hernandez said the state’s strides in health coverage under the Affordable Care Act are “too important to lose.”
Despite tax penalties, opponents of the nation’s health law are emboldened by President-elect Trump’s vow to scrap it. Others wonder why they should bother signing up.
Interviews around the state yield varied responses to the prospect that a Trump Administration will dismantle Obamacare. Many people are stunned and scared; others welcome repeal.
Californians also approve the continuation of a fee paid by hospitals to generate more money for Medi-Cal.
Support for Proposition 61 has declined in recent weeks in the wake of fierce campaigning by pharma-backed opponents.
Statewide ratings now also address health care costs with new data on average payments to doctors.
A principios de este año, el doctor Joaquín Arámbula, médico de emergencias de Selma, se convirtió en el primer médico latino en servir en la Asamblea Estatal luego de ser elegido para representar al Distrito 31 del estado, una región agrícola del centro de California donde casi el 70 por ciento de la población es […]
Registered nurses in the state earn an average annual salary of $100,000, compared to a national average of $71,000.
More than one-third of the state’s Latino physicians plan to retire within the next 10 years, according to a new survey.
A new online database created by the Department of Managed Health Care can help consumers size up and compare insurance plans.