Advocates have filed suit against the state, saying hundreds of thousands of low-income Californians are being denied medical care because of a huge backlog of Medi-Cal applications.
With almost a year under its belt, has the Affordable Care Act impact as many people as it originally set out to?
A San Francisco supervisor is asking the city to provide a HIV prevention drug to all residents free of charge.
As demand for health care services increases in San Francisco, so will the demand for more nurses.
A jury has awarded a $730,000 verdict to a whistleblower who reported on an unethical pain management study on prison inmates by researchers at the University of California, Davis.
A billion dollar prison medical clinic that’s sitting half empty will start readmitting the state’s sickest inmates, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation said Monday.
Rhonda Collins foresees a continued demand for new health care workers, especially nurses.
Two medical equipment supply company owners and an associate were sentenced in federal court in Oakland earlier this week to prison terms for their roles in a $1.6 million Medicare fraud concerning phony prescriptions for power wheelchairs.
According to the Medicare data, California had 38 doctors that were paid at least $3 million in 2012.
What to consider as the first open enrollment period in California under the federal Affordable Care Act comes to an end: