Ana B. Ibarra, Kaiser Health News

Author's details

Name: Ana B. Ibarra, Kaiser Health News
Date registered: August 21, 2017
URL: http://www.fiercehealthcare.com/rss/xml

Latest posts

  1. Medi-Cal To Expand Eligibility To Young Undocumented Adults. But Will They Enroll? — November 21, 2019
  2. Medi-Cal To Expand Eligibility To Young Undocumented Adults. But Will They Enroll? — November 21, 2019
  3. Dialysis Patients Panic As Financial ‘Life Raft’ Becomes Unmoored — November 14, 2019
  4. Flavor Bans Multiply, But Menthol Continues to Divide — November 8, 2019
  5. States Target Vaping With Bans. In California, The Action Is Local. — September 30, 2019

Author's posts listings

Medi-Cal To Expand Eligibility To Young Undocumented Adults. But Will They Enroll?

California will become the first state to allow unauthorized immigrant adults to receive full Medicaid coverage when it expands eligibility to people ages 19 to 25 in January. But health officials and immigrant rights advocates wonder whether fear of federal immigration policy combined with a youthful sense of not needing health insurance will keep those young adults from joining.

Medi-Cal To Expand Eligibility To Young Undocumented Adults. But Will They Enroll?

California will become the first state to allow unauthorized immigrant adults to receive full Medicaid coverage when it expands eligibility to people ages 19 to 25 in January. But health officials and immigrant rights advocates wonder whether fear of federal immigration policy combined with a youthful sense of not needing health insurance will keep those young adults from joining.

Dialysis Patients Panic As Financial ‘Life Raft’ Becomes Unmoored

An organization that helps nearly 4,000 California dialysis patients pay for their insurance is threatening to cut off aid in January because of a new law that is expected to reduce dialysis industry profits. Patients fear they won’t be able to afford their life-saving treatment.

Flavor Bans Multiply, But Menthol Continues to Divide

As states and communities ban the sale of flavored tobacco products linked to vaping, anti-smoking activists are piggybacking on the momentum to target menthol cigarettes. But some African Americans say menthol cigarette bans will lead to discrimination.

States Target Vaping With Bans. In California, The Action Is Local.

Several states have adopted bans on vaping products, but California isn’t going that far. Instead, cities and counties in the Golden State are stepping in to prohibit the sale of flavored tobacco products within their jurisdictions — or ban the sale of e-cigarettes altogether.

States Target Vaping With Bans. In California, The Action Is Local.

Several states have adopted bans on vaping products, but California isn’t going that far. Instead, cities and counties in the Golden State are stepping in to prohibit the sale of flavored tobacco products within their jurisdictions — or ban the sale of e-cigarettes altogether.

Vapers Seek Relief From Nicotine Addiction In — Wait For It — Cigarettes

Even though e-cigarette makers market their products as a safer alternative to cigarettes, a growing number of vapers are trying to quit— and they’re turning to cigarettes to help them.

Vapers Seek Relief From Nicotine Addiction In — Wait For It — Cigarettes

Even though e-cigarette makers market their products as a safer alternative to cigarettes, a growing number of vapers are trying to quit— and they’re turning to cigarettes to help them.

California Lawmakers Send Contested Vaccine Bill To Governor. Will He Sign It?

The state Senate on Wednesday sent a measure to Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom that would tighten the rules for children’s medical exemptions from vaccines. Newsom, who said in June that he would sign the measure after amendments had been made at his request, now wants more changes.

Despite Failed Promises, Stem Cell Advocates Again Want Taxpayers To Pony Up Billions

California’s stem cell agency, created by a $3 billion bond measure 15 years ago, is almost out of money. Its supporters plan to ask voters for even more funding next year, even though no agency-funded treatments have been approved for widespread use.

Older posts «

Explore the Archive