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CA’s Health Care Exchange Chief Pleased With Latino Enrollment
 

CA’s Health Care Exchange Chief Pleased With Latino Enrollment

New America Media, News Report, Viji Sundaram, Posted: Apr 12, 2014

California's Latino enrollment rose to 32 percent of those enrolling in healthcare coverage during the first three weeks of March.

 

Children of Detained Immigrant Parents Suffer 'Lifetime of Trauma'

 

New America Media, News Report, Anthony Advincula, Posted: Apr 11, 2014

It takes only a few minutes for an immigration officer to arrest undocumented parents. But the event can lead to a lifetime of health consequences on children.

 

Disability Advocate Speaks Out on New California Care Program

 

New America Media, Commentary, Pamela Hoye, Posted: Apr 08, 2014

As California moves low-income people into managed care plans, one disability advocate expresses hope for the new program—as well as concerns.

 

Aging Alaska Faced Looming Shortage of Care Providers

 

KNBA/New America Media, News Feature, Joaqlin Estus , Posted: Mar 30, 2014

Alaska’s Native and rural elders are increasing rapidly, but experts project too few doctors and other health workers to care for them.

 

New CA Program to Streamline Health Care for ‘Dual-Eligibles’

 

New America Media, News Report, Brenda Rincon, Posted: Mar 29, 2014

Cal MediConnect was designed to make health care access easier for the thousands of Californians who are eligible for both Medicare and Medi-Cal.

Poll: Many Americans Unaware of Health Care Law Deadline

 

Pew Research Center, News Report, Posted: Mar 28, 2014

Many uninsured had not known the deadline was upon them and about half said they would remain uninsured.

 

New ‘Express Lane’ Links Food Stamp Recipients to Health Care

 

New America Media, News Report, Anna Challet, Posted: Mar 27, 2014

A new program under the Affordable Care Act gives Californians who receive food stamps "express lane eligibility" to health care.

 

Black Health Expert Views New CA Program From the Pew

 

New America Media, News Analysis, Paul Kleyman, Posted: Mar 25, 2014

A former San Diego health official—also a stroke patient—analyzes a new California poverty program, and points out the role of family and black churches.

 

New Health Program Targets San Diego's ‘Sickest, Poorest, Most Vulnerable’

 

New America Media, Video, Paul Kleyman / Video by Jonah Most, Posted: Mar 07, 2014

Health experts advised people on both Medicare and Medi-Cal that they must join a new state program promising to improve their care.

 

Medi-Cal Covers Foster Youth Till Age 26, But Few Know It

 

New America Media, Video, Viji Sundaram, Posted: Feb 25, 2014

The Affordable Care Act provides coverage to former foster youth in California until age 26, though few know they are eligible.

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