Transgender individuals often face significant hurdles trying to navigate the health care system and access hormonal, mental health therapies and surgical procedures
Health Equity & Social Justice
Hundreds of millions of dollars have been spent in California to inform people about their eligibility for Medi-Cal. But experts are now wondering: Once people are informed, what carrots and sticks can be used to actually get them signed up?
Although the vast majority of individuals experiencing homelessness qualify for Medi-Cal, many fail to enroll and go without the care they need
One question going forward is whether more centrist and independent voters will come to share concerns voiced by Republicans in the state.
What does Trump's proclamation mean for visa applicants who must prove they'll have health coverage in the U.S.?
Lawyers fighting the ban say the “new requirement rewrites our immigration and health care laws” and will affect the entry of up to 375,000 individuals each year.
Nearly four out of 10 uninsured residents say cost is the major reason they go without health coverage, according to new survey results
A truck driver’s battle over bills for emergency care and lab tests shines a spotlight on failure of nonprofit hospitals to offer uninsured patients “charity care.”
Direct Primary Care allows patients to pay a membership fee for basic health services, but it does not include coverage for major medical situations
Uninsured Californians have traditionally had few options when a mental health crisis strikes, but advocates throughout the state are working to change that
When Juan Solis shuffles out of his dark bedroom, he’s careful not to get too close to the windows because Solis has extreme light sensitivity caused by valley fever.