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Medicaid spends billions on unintended pregnancies, and federal officials say long-acting contraceptives such as IUDs are cost-effective and offer advantages for women.
Some parents and advocates say they now support the measure after changes were made to address their concerns.
Costly meds will be discussed at lawmaker hearing on controversial drug price transparency bill.
The need to buy health insurance could eat into pay gains.
Officials want to reflect the program’s wider demographic.
The government health insurance program for people with lower incomes will ditch the cumbersome paper system it uses to register medical professionals who want to provide their services.
“Thousands of toddlers have mouthfuls of cavities … People with state dental benefits deserve a government program that works.”
Look carefully at your 1095 health care tax form: There’s a chance it’s pocked with errors.
The endorsement of the California Association of Health Plans is key to a deal that would allow the state to avoid major budget cuts by taxing managed care plans.
Officials in Sacramento may have undercounted the number of kids who will be newly eligible for full Medi-Cal coverage starting in May — and that means their care could cost the state more than it has estimated.