El Tecolote/New America Media , News Report, Posted: Sep 28, 2014
Many California low-income seniors and people with disabilities may find a new program can help them cut through Medicare and Medi-Cal paperwork.
Asian Journal, News Report, Posted: Sep 26, 2014
Covered California acknowledged problems with enrollment delays and dropped health plan coverage for nearly 30,000 consumers over the weekend. The health insurance exchange is working to fix the issue before the next sign-up period this fall.
Asian Journal/New America Media , News Report, Posted: Sep 15, 2014
Low-income California Filipinos and advocates say new state health program is confusing, but holds promise for better care.
Los Angeles Sentinel/New America Media , News Report, Posted: Sep 06, 2014
Low-income people with HIV are among Californians who can gain from a new care plan. But they need to get educated on often confusing choices.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Aug 24, 2014
California turned down a $6 million grant to keep those previously enrolled, as well as those newly enrolled poor people, on the state's Medicaid program.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Aug 22, 2014
Just over half of the state’s voters support extending Medi-Cal coverage to undocumented immigrants, according to new survey findings.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Aug 21, 2014
Notices from the CMS informing people they could lose their insurance if they don't provide proof of legal residence are in English and Spanish only.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Aug 21, 2014
Much of the execution of the Affordable Care Act, the nuts and bolts of how it works, is behind the scenes. Especially in Indian Country.
Jackson Advocate/New America Media, News Feature, Posted: Jul 30, 2014
“Peaches” Ephram, 90, thrives on family, church and one of Mississippi’s better nursing homes with care most black elders don’t see. But change is on the way.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jun 16, 2014
A slew of challenges -- including onerous paperwork and ignorance among healthcare workers -- has kept numerous DACA students from getting a Medi-Cal card.
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The Latino Political House is Divided: Which Side Are You On - Immigrant Families or the Democratic Party?
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