5 Things California: Budget blueprint, Revised CalAIM proposal, The silent epidemic
DJ Wilson | Jan 19, 2021 | California
No-code products speedily predict underwriting and actuarial factors enabling extreme risk reduction and cost savings for healthcare companies SAN MATEO, CA. (January 14, 2021)—Lumiata, the healthcare-specific AI platform, announced today that it has completed $14 million in Series B funding, led by Defy.vc and AllegisNL Capital along with existing investors
Governor Gavin Newsom announced his 2021-2022 budget proposal on Friday, which includes funding for immediate COVID-19 relief and response. The $227.2 billion fiscal blueprint prioritizes economic relief for small businesses, vaccine distribution, homelessness relief and protections and the reignition of Cal-AIM. According to the budget proposal, California’s revenue
The Newsom Administration announced the release of the Master Plan for Aging on Wednesday, outlining five goals and 23 strategies designed to prepare the state for the significant demographic changes – such as the growth in the over-60 population – expected in the coming years. The new 10-year strategy is
Regardless of one's politics, if you want a story about how one person can make a difference in her community, which will make a difference in her state, and so in her country, and then in the world, look no further than what Stacey Abrams has done in Georgia. Folks can
Abner Mason, CEO of ConsejoSano Health, Beau Hennemann, Director of Special Programs for Anthem Blue Cross, and Kelly Bruno, CEO of the National Health Foundation, discussed building trust and addressing the social determinants of health during the Southern California State of Reform Virtual Health Policy Conference last month.
Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry represents California’s 4th Assembly District, which includes all or parts of Napa, Lake, Yolo, Sonoma, Colusa and Solano counties. Aguiar-Curry is on the Committee of Health. She is also chair of the Local Government Committee. In this Q&A, Aguiar-Curry discusses rural health care, COVID-19, the 2021 session,