Children's Health and Coverage

Health care coverage options for children have increased since June 2004, when the Children's Health Initiative of Greater Los Angeles launched the county's Healthy Kids health insurance program. Overwhelmingly successful in its first year, the Initiative has enrolled over 44,000 children in Healthy Kids, as well as 100,000 in Medi-Cal and Healthy Families. Other counties throughout California have started similar programs, with efforts taking place to ensure this is a permanent program through state legislation. The Children's Planning Council, First 5 LA and the Commission for Children, Youth and Their Families are organizations that have played a key role in health care and coverage of children in the city and county.

Publications and Documents

Sep 01 2000
Delight Satter and E. Richard Brown, UCLA Center for Health Policy Research

Focus Groups Suggest New Strategies are Needed to Reach Uninsured Children in Low-Income Families

Aug 01 2000
California Policy Research Center and UCLA Center for Health Policy Research

California Immigrant Families: Issue for California's Future

May 01 2000
Jennifer Kincheloe, E. Richard Brown and Hongjian Yu, UCLA Center for Health Policy Research

Simplifying and Expanding Health Insurance Programs for Low-Income Working Parents

Apr 01 2000
E. Richard Brown, Victoria Ojeda, Roberta Wyn and Rebecca Levan, UCLA Center for Health Policy Research

Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Access to Health Insurance and Health Care

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