Monday, April 19, 2021 California Healthline


18 hours ago · The Voice of OC has reached out to several health care professionals in the county to share their experiences following the one-year anniversary of the pandemic. In this article we highlight nurses. (Elattar, 4/17) Health and Racism The Hill: Trump Looms Over …

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Orange County Hospital Seeks Divorce From Large Catholic Health System. By Bernard J. Wolfson April 12, 2021 . Frustration with the standardization of care across 51 hospitals, loss of local control and restrictions on reproductive health care have pitted Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian against the Providence chain.

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KHN’s ‘What The Health


KHN’s ‘What the Health?’: Health Care as Infrastructure. April 8, 2021 President Joe Biden’s infrastructure proposal includes items not traditionally considered “infrastructure,” including a $400 billion expansion of home and community-based services for seniors and people with disabilities, and a $50 billion effort to replace water pipes lined with lead.

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For 2020, California Goes Big On Health Care California


California is known for progressive everything, including its health care policies, and, just a few weeks into 2020, state leaders aren’t disappointing. The politicians’ health care bills and budget initiatives are heavy on ideas and dollars — and on opposition from powerful industries. They put California, once again, at the forefront.

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California Healthline (CHL) is a free, daily publication featuring health care news, opinion and original reporting, designed to meet the information needs of busy health care professionals, decision makers, media organizations and consumers. Independently published by Kaiser Health News (KHN) for the California Health Care Foundation.

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COVID Data Failures Create Pressure for Public Health System Overhaul. By Harris Meyer August 14, 2020 Poor information-sharing between hospitals and public health agencies has hurt the response to the pandemic. Some health care systems and IT companies …

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Payroll Tax Is One State’s Bold Solution To Help Seniors Age At Home. By Donna Gordon Blankinship June 7, 2019 . Under a program enacted in Washington state this spring, workers can get up to $36,500 to help pay for long-term health care and services such as installing grab bars in the shower or respite care for family caregivers.

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Emily Bazar, California News Editor, is an editor and journalist whose column, “Ask Emily,” addresses readers’ questions and concerns about the Affordable Care Act and other health care topics. The column has appeared in more than 25 newspapers and NPR affiliate websites across California, and generated more than 2,500 direct questions and comments.

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Californians Without Health Insurance Will Pay A Penalty


If you aren’t covered and owe a penalty for 2020, it will be due when you file your tax return in 2021. The penalty will amount to $695 for an adult and half that much for dependent children. Some people with higher incomes instead will have to pay 2.5% of their income, which could make their penalty quite a bit heftier.. Penalty payments are expected to raise $317 million in the first year

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How To Pay For Health For All


Health Happens Here — The California Endowment’s campaign to elevate healthy communities around the state — is not a coincidence; it is a fact. California is the celebrated home of affordable health care. No state has flourished like California under the Affordable Care Act, with millions reaping the benefits of newfound health coverage

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Telemedicine Or In Person Visit


In California, the Department of Managed Health Care, which regulates health plans covering the vast majority of the state’s insured residents, requires commercial plans and most Medi-Cal managed care plans during the pandemic to pay providers for telehealth at parity with regular appointments and limit cost sharing by patients to no more

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Orange County Hospital Seeks Divorce From Large Catholic


Mergers and acquisitions have led to the increasing dominance of mega hospital chains in U.S. health care over the past several years. From 2013 to 2018, the revenue of the 10 largest health systems grew 82%, compared with 45% for all other hospital groups, according to a recent study by Deloitte, the consulting and auditing firm.

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Mental Health California Healthline


KHN’s ‘What the Health?’: Open Enrollment, One More Time. February 18, 2021 Keeping a campaign promise, President Joe Biden has reopened enrollment for health coverage under the Affordable Care Act on — and states that run their own health

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COVID Data Failures Create Pressure For Public Health


The key is to get all the health care players — providers, insurers, EHR vendors and public health agencies — to collaborate and share data, rather than hoarding it for their own financial or organizational benefit, Wiesenthal said.

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Friday, April 2, 2021 California Healthline


Unequal access to quality health care allowed the virus to cut a path of devastation through communities of color over the past year. Like the murder of George Floyd and acts of violence that sparked a national reckoning on race last year, inequalities in health care are rooted in a set of rules stacked against Black and brown communities.

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Race And Health California Healthline


KHN’s ‘What the Health?’: Health Care as Infrastructure. April 8, 2021 President Joe Biden’s infrastructure proposal includes items not traditionally considered “infrastructure,” including a $400 billion expansion of home and community-based services for seniors and people with disabilities, and a $50 billion effort to replace water pipes lined with lead.

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Monday, April 12, 2021 California Healthline


As public health leaders across the country weigh the pros and cons of so-called “vaccine passports” – a record meant to show a person has been inoculated against COVID-19 – the OC Health Care Agency is planning a field test to figure out how proving immunity would work in the real world.

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Employers Require COVID Liability Waivers As Conflict


While Congress negotiates liability protection for reopening businesses as part of its latest pandemic bailout package, some employers are already requiring workers to sign waivers agreeing not to sue if they get COVID-19 on the job.

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California Lawmakers Block Health Care Cuts California


The expansive health care agenda outlined at the beginning of the year by both the governor and the legislature is on hold, including an effort to expand Medi-Cal coverage to undocumented immigrants 65 and older; a new initiative to shelter homeless people, called “CalAIM”; and a revamp of the mental health care system.

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Rachel Bluth California Healthline


Rachel Bluth, Correspondent for California Healthline, is a reporter who recently earned her master’s from the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland. At Merrill, she reported on health disparities in Baltimore, and her work was published on and She was previously the lead political correspondent for the Annapolis Bureau of Capital News Service

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Governor’s Vetoes: Medi Cal Message


A number of health-related bills were turned down by the governor this week, leading some health care experts to wonder if the vetoes may be sending a Medi-Cal austerity message to legislators and advocates.

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New Single Payer Bill Intensifies Newsom’s Political Peril


With the introduction of a single-payer bill Friday, a group of California Democratic lawmakers set the terms of the health care debate in the Capitol this year. The move puts Gov. Gavin Newsom in a delicate political position, threatening to alienate voters as he faces a likely recall election.

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Tuesday, March 2, 2021 California Healthline


About 3,000 local teachers were vaccinated over the weekend at locations operated by UC San Diego Health and Sharp HealthCare, according to the California Schools Voluntary Benefits Association, while local police officers and deputy sheriffs began rolling through a drive-through vaccination clinic operated by Scripps Health Monday.

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Kaiser Health News (KHN) is a nonprofit news organization providing in-depth coverage of health care policy and politics. RSS Feeds. Select All Kaiser Health News Subscriptions First Edition — Provides an early selection of the day's health policy headlines and links to the original news sources. Delivered weekday mornings around 7 a.m. ET.

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California’s Top Hospital Lobbyist Cements Influence In


The California Hospital Association is a health care heavyweight in Sacramento, along with the doctors’ lobby, the dialysis industry and others. It spent nearly $5.3 million on lobbying from Jan. 1, 2019, to Sept. 30, 2020, and $4.3 million to support state and local political campaigns, according to filings with the California secretary of

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The ACA And Telehealth: Mutually Beneficial


Road to Reform updates federal and state efforts to overhaul the nation's health care system, focusing on key milestones, the politics and the players, and the roadblocks that remain. As the Affordable Care Act expands insurance coverage to more and more people, telehealth can make it possible for the newly insured to access care in a timely

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A Medical Sanctuary For Migrant Farmworkers California


The Trump administration has proposed a federal rule change that would make it harder for legal immigrants to get green cards if they have received certain public assistance benefits, including food stamps, housing subsidies and Medicaid — the government-funded health care program for people with low incomes.

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To Free Doctors From Computers, Far Flung Scribes Are Now


Medical scribes first appeared in the 1970s as note takers for emergency room physicians. But the practice took off after 2009, when the federal HITECH Act incentivized health care providers to adopt EHRs. These were supposed to simplify patient record-keeping, but instead they generated a need for scribes.

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UNITED HEALTHCARE: Announces $6 Billion Merger With Humana


The Lexington Herald-Leader reports that "[w]hile United HealthCare has pledged to keep 'a significant work force' in Louisville, job cuts are likely." Humana is Kentucky's sixth-largest corporate employer and has played a key role in the state's health care reforms, the Herald-Leader reports. Humana CEO Greg Wolfe told Kentucky's insurance

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COLUMBIA/HCA: Downsizing Culminates In 61 Hosp. Spinoff


Today's spin-off completes the company's prolonged downsizing from 340 hospitals to 221. The company has also spun off 36 ambulatory surgery centers, a home health care business and "pieces of" its health management company, Value Health -- all told, shedding $4.5 billion in assets. Share price has risen 60% since last October's low of $17.

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After A Deadly Year On The Roads, States Push For Safety


23 hours ago · As more Americans start commuting to work and hitting the roads after a year indoors, they’ll be returning to streets that have gotten deadlier. Last year, an estimated 42,000 people died in motor vehicle crashes and 4.8 million were injured. That …

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San Francisco Moves Forward With Health Access Plan


The San Francisco Health Care Security Ordinance, a combination of separate proposals by Supervisor Tom Ammiano and Mayor Gavin Newsom, will offer coverage to about 82,000 people — 11% of the city’s population — with no restrictions regarding pre-existing conditions, immigration status or …

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Monday, January 4, 2021 California Healthline


Sacramento health care workers and nursing home residents have been receiving COVID-19 vaccines since [December], and county health departments are beginning to make plans for wider distribution. But health officials say it will still be several months before the general public is …

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California Lawmakers To Newsom: Give All Immigrants Health


Newsom has long touted his goal of achieving universal health coverage in California and made campaign promises to work toward a single-payer health care system. But after nearly two years in office, Newsom’s ambitious health care agenda has been sidetracked by deadly wildfires and a widening homelessness crisis — as well as the COVID-19 pandemic — and he has not managed to …

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Mental Health Primary Topic California Healthline


As Demand for Mental Health Care Spikes, Budget Ax Set to Strike. By Matt Volz February 5, 2021 . Legislators in statehouses across the U.S. face the dual challenge of budgeting in a covid-crippled economy while planning for the pandemic’s long-term effects on mental health and substance abuse services.

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JCAHO Revokes Accreditation From King/Drew Medical Center


JCAHO Revokes Accreditation From King/Drew Medical Center. The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations on Tuesday revoked its accreditation of Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical Center in Los Angeles, denying a second appeal by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors to reverse the decision, the AP/Las Vegas Sun reports (AP/Las Vegas Sun, 2/2).

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Tackling Patients’ Social Problems Can Cut Health Costs


HOUSTON — Donning a protective gown, rubber gloves and a face mask, Dayna Gurley looks like she’s heading into surgery. But Gurley is a medical social worker charged with figuring out why her client, a man who uses more health care services than almost anyone else in Houston, has been in three different hospitals in the last month.

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Website Will Compare Health Insurance California Healthline


California Department of Insurance officials have announced a new website that will enable consumers to comparison-shop for health insurance. It’s a collaborative effort between the CDI, UC-San Francisco and Consumer Reports, a not-for-profit magazine that conducts consumer product testing and research.The project is federally funded through the Affordable Care Act, CDI officials said.

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Bill Aiming To Integrate Mental, Physical Health Care Wins Committee Approval. By David Gorn April 3, 2014 A Senate committee voted unanimously yesterday to change California’s regulations that prevent billing for mental and physical health care treatments on …

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FOUNDATION HEALTH/HEALTH SYSTEMS: ANNOUNCE MERGER PLANS "In the latest merger of health care giants," Foundation Health Corp. and Health Systems International Inc. announced yesterday that they will form a "single California-based company currently valued at $3 billion." The two for-profit companies said the deal was "a merger of equals."

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Many Retirees Receive CalPERS Benefits After Leaving


Many Retirees Receive CalPERS Benefits After Leaving California. Thousands of CalPERS recipients leave California after retiring but still receive pension and retiree health care benefits from the state, the Sacramento Bee's "The State Worker" reports.. About 15% of the 561,000 CalPERS recipients spend retirement out-of-state, according to "The State Worker."

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LOS ANGELES: Foundation Health Systems Turning Around


Health plan services costs decreased by 3% for the quarter. FHS is the fourth-largest publicly traded managed care company in the nation and provides coverage for about 5.5 million people in 17 states (FHS release, 11/4). This is part of the California Healthline Daily Edition, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations.

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Telehealth Project Aims To Improve Health Care Access for Inland Empire Tribes. by Lauren McSherry, California Healthline Regional Correspondent May 11, 2015 . Riverside-San Bernardino County Indian Health, a system serving nine American Indian tribes in the Inland Empire, has rolled out a telehealth project that could serve as a model for tribes statewide.

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Should California Expand Providers’ Scope Of Practice


The health and well-being of the patient ought to remain the primary focus at all levels within the health care delivery system. Nurse practitioners will be a vital part of maintaining a high quality of care and ensuring smooth implementation of the new health law.

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Health For Sale As Retail Clinics Expand In California


As health care professionals look to form new alliances, there’s a place for retail, Charland said. “What is changing would have changed with or without ObamaCare, and that’s the formation of accountable care organizations, narrow networks and essentially a focus on partnerships.

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Officials Target Health Disparities In Ventura County


Officials Target Health Disparities In Ventura County “Place matters. ZIP code matters and race matters,” said Manal Aboelata, managing director at Prevention Institute, a nonprofit group dedicated to overcoming health barriers.

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Boeing Contracts Directly With California Health System


Steve Valentine, vice president and West Coast consulting leader at health-care firm Premier Inc., said MemorialCare was a logical fit for Boeing, but plenty of health systems will be competing for these types of contracts. “Most health systems have been building up their infrastructure to do exactly this kind of relationship,” Valentine said.

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