What They're Watching: Dilek Barlow, Wildflower Health
Emily Boerger | Dec 31, 2018 | California
In a report to the California Senate Health Committee, the Legislative Analyst’s Office gave an overview of the projected number and growth of seniors with disabilities in the state in the coming years. According to the report, preparing for the growing population and ensuring they have access to services and
Aracely Navarro is the Policy and Government Relations Manager at the Children's Partnership. She joins us in this edition of What They're Watching to discuss quality access to healthcare for children. “We’re really thinking about coverage as a first step, but also utilization, access to quality, and actually having access.
Legislators are preparing to kick off the 2019 Legislative Session on January 7th by filing a raft of bills they are hoping to address this year. Several of the newly filed bills are health care related. While some are new, some are second attempts at legislation that stalled, failed, was
It was great to see many of you at our Southern California event last week. If you missed us, we'll be back in Sacramento May 9th so mark it down and drop us a line if there is something you're interested in talking about. In the meantime, below we have some of our
Our Lunch Keynote at the 2018 Southern California State of Reform Conference featured a lively keynote with Assemblymember Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher, Chair of the House Appropriations Committee. While the full keynote is definitely worth your time, we have put together a five minute video of highlights for you here.
Last week we hosted our 2018 Southern California State of Reform Health Policy Conference in San Diego, bringing together attendees from across the silos of health care. Check out what you missed, and hopefully we’ll see you next year!