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Nearly 2 million California adults don’t get needed mental health care
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UCLA researchers recommend expansion of Proposition 63 services to address unmet needs ​Of the 3 million California adults who have recently experienced psychological distress and are eligible for public mental health services, 1.8 million say they have received no treatment or support, according to a policy brief released today by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research.
June 25, 2020
Nearly 2 million California adults don’t get needed mental health care
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UCLA researchers recommend expansion of Proposition 63 services to address unmet needs ​Of the 3 million California adults who have recently experienced psychological distress and are eligible for public mental health services, 1.8 million say they have received no treatment or support, according to a policy brief released today by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research.
June 25, 2020
New UC Berkeley/UCLA Report: California’s Health Care Policies Keep Uninsured from Growing, Improve Affordability for 1.55 Million
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New state policies build on the coverage gains achieved under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and expand affordability help in the individual market, but number of uninsured projected to remain flat at 3.5 million in 2022.
November 19, 2019
New UC Berkeley/UCLA Report: California’s Health Care Policies Keep Uninsured from Growing, Improve Affordability for 1.55 Million
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New state policies build on the coverage gains achieved under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and expand affordability help in the individual market, but number of uninsured projected to remain flat at 3.5 million in 2022.
November 19, 2019
3.6 Million Californians to Benefit if State Takes Bold Action to Expand Coverage and Improve Affordability
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​​Berkeley ― California made historic gains in health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), but several million Californians remain uninsured and many struggle to afford individual market insurance.
April 25, 2019
3.6 Million Californians to Benefit if State Takes Bold Action to Expand Coverage and Improve Affordability
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​​Berkeley ― California made historic gains in health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), but several million Californians remain uninsured and many struggle to afford individual market insurance.
April 25, 2019
$2.5 million grant to study health impact of immigrants' experience with exclusionary policies
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​The National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities awarded the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research a $2.5 million grant to study in which ways state policies help Latino and Asian immigrants in California integrate into the health care system or ways policies prevent access to health care and contribute to immigrants' persistent inequities in health.

October 31, 2017
$2.5 million grant to study health impact of immigrants' experience with exclusionary policies
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​The National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities awarded the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research a $2.5 million grant to study in which ways state policies help Latino and Asian immigrants in California integrate into the health care system or ways policies prevent access to health care and contribute to immigrants' persistent inequities in health.

October 31, 2017
What's at stake: A million California adults gained insurance in Year One of the Affordable Care Act
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Report on ACA impact is benchmark against which ACA repeal can be measured ​The number of uninsured Californians ages 64 and under fell from 5.32 million in 2012 to 4.46 million in 2014 ― a decline of 16 percent, according to The State of Health Insurance in California: Findings from the 2014 California Health Interview Survey, a new report from the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research.
January 31, 2017
What's at stake: A million California adults gained insurance in Year One of the Affordable Care Act
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Report on ACA impact is benchmark against which ACA repeal can be measured ​The number of uninsured Californians ages 64 and under fell from 5.32 million in 2012 to 4.46 million in 2014 ― a decline of 16 percent, according to The State of Health Insurance in California: Findings from the 2014 California Health Interview Survey, a new report from the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research.
January 31, 2017
More Than Three-Quarters of a Million Older Californians Are “Unofficially” Poor
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Nearly 1 in 5 adults over 65 in California — more than three-quarters of a million people — live in an economic no-man’s land, unable to afford basic needs but often ineligible for government assistance, according to a new study by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research

The study, funded by the

August 31, 2015
More Than Three-Quarters of a Million Older Californians Are “Unofficially” Poor
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Nearly 1 in 5 adults over 65 in California — more than three-quarters of a million people — live in an economic no-man’s land, unable to afford basic needs but often ineligible for government assistance, according to a new study by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research

The study, funded by the

August 31, 2015
Californians and chronic disease: 11.4 million adults in state have a chronic condition
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Four in 10 California adults -- 11.4 million people -- report having at least 1 of 5 top chronic conditions, according to a new "health care almanac" published by the California HealthCare Foundation. In the report, Center Senior Research Scientist

April 28, 2015
Californians and chronic disease: 11.4 million adults in state have a chronic condition
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Four in 10 California adults -- 11.4 million people -- report having at least 1 of 5 top chronic conditions, according to a new "health care almanac" published by the California HealthCare Foundation. In the report, Center Senior Research Scientist

April 28, 2015
The 'bad old days': Two-thirds of California's 6.6 million uninsured lacked coverage for more than a year prior to health reform
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More than 4.1 million of the state's uninsured ― 12.6 percent of the state's nonelderly population ― went without insurance for more than a year in 2013, and an additional 2.5 million fell in and out of the ranks of the insured, according to a new UCLA Center for Health Policy Research fact sheet. The Center conducts the
February 25, 2015
The 'bad old days': Two-thirds of California's 6.6 million uninsured lacked coverage for more than a year prior to health reform
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More than 4.1 million of the state's uninsured ― 12.6 percent of the state's nonelderly population ― went without insurance for more than a year in 2013, and an additional 2.5 million fell in and out of the ranks of the insured, according to a new UCLA Center for Health Policy Research fact sheet. The Center conducts the
February 25, 2015
AskCHIS queries top 1 million!
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Image removed.More than one million questions have been posed to AskCHIS -- the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research's Web query tool that allows you to quickly search for California health statistics by county, region or statewide -- as of January 6.
January 22, 2015
AskCHIS queries top 1 million!
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Image removed.More than one million questions have been posed to AskCHIS -- the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research's Web query tool that allows you to quickly search for California health statistics by county, region or statewide -- as of January 6.
January 22, 2015
More than half a million California seniors fall repeatedly, but many providers do not routinely screen for falls
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More than half a million older Californians — 12.6 percent of the state’s senior population — fall more than once a year, but nearly 60 percent of them fail to seek medical attention afterward, according to a new study by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research.
November 20, 2014
More than half a million California seniors fall repeatedly, but many providers do not routinely screen for falls
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More than half a million older Californians — 12.6 percent of the state’s senior population — fall more than once a year, but nearly 60 percent of them fail to seek medical attention afterward, according to a new study by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research.
November 20, 2014