2019 State of Reform Northern California: Measuring the Impact of Consolidation Vs. Integration
Emily Boerger | May 17, 2019 | California
A week after introducing his revised budget, the Governor hits the road to rally support for his health care agenda and first-in-the-nation health care proposals In Sacramento, Governor Newsom met with small business people and other Californians who would receive financial help to afford health coverage SACRAMENTO – In his first act
Governor Newsom presented his May Budget Revision on May 9, 2019. The revision offers a mix of new spending proposals that would increase the state’s overall spend by almost $4.5 billion to a total of $213 billion. At the top of the list for agency budget increases in
Thursday morning, J.D. Power released its 2019 Commercial Member Health Plan Study. The report tracks customer satisfaction with commercial health plans throughout the United States and analyzes current challenges across the market. The report uses several metrics to track satisfaction: billing and payment; cost; coverage and benefits; customer service; information
The May budget revise will be out later this week, setting the stage for finalizing the budget ahead of June 15th. You can keep tabs on those numbers here. But, if you want to know where the conversation is really heading in Sacramento when it comes to health policy and the
A new analysis of data provides a better picture of the impact of the removal of the individual mandate penalty on health insurance renewals on individual market exchanges. It shows that on the three largest state-based exchanges consumers are more likely to keep their coverage once they obtain insurance.
Aaron Byzak is the Chief External Affairs Officer for Tri-City Medical Center. He joins us in this edition of “What They’re Watching” to discuss investing in the health care pipeline. “I've been watching a lot on health care pipeline programs and workforce development issues. I think that we as a