More Californians than ever before have health insurance, but coverage isn’t care, and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has magnified the deep racial, ethnic and cultural disparities in accessing quality health care in California. <
1 Comment Filed under Health, News, State
Tagged "Breaking Barriers", Affordable Care Act, african americans, California, Health, health insurance, healthcare, Latinos, Obamacare, racial disparities
Coping with terminal illness can be very difficult – for the patient as well as his or her loved ones. That’s why I want to pass along some information about Medicare’s coverage of hospice care. [...]
Leave a comment Filed under Featured, Health, National, News, Politics
Tagged ACA, Affordable Care Act, Health, Hospice care, Medicare, Obamacare, Politics
Proposition D in San Francisco is a first in the nation ballot measure that gives voters a chance to weigh in on the rising cost of prescription medications in the United States.
Leave a comment Filed under Featured, Health, National, News, Politics, San Francisco
Tagged Affordable Care Act, AIDS Health Care foundation, AIDS patients, healthcare system, Healthy SF, Obamacare, prescription drugs, Prop D, proposition d, San Francisco, San Francisco Post
School is back in session, and many students hoping to put their best foot forward found a way to do it at the First African Methodist Episcopal (FAME) Church’s 17th annual Back-To-School Shoe Giveaway in [...]
1 Comment Filed under Community, Education, Entertainment, Featured, News, Oakland
Tagged 17th Annual Shoe Giveaway, 500 students, AEG, AEG Facilities, Affordable Care Act, Alameda County Social Services, Covered California, FAME, First African Methodist Episcopal Church, First AME, Golden State Warriors, Harold Mayberry, Kaiser Permanente, O.CO. Coliseum, Oakland, Oakland Coliseum, Oakland Public Library, Oakland Raiders, Obamacare, Oracle Arena, Overstock.com, Raiderettes, Warrior Girls
Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA), an advocate for the Affordable Care Act (ACA), is taking every opportunity to educate the community on how this health reform will benefit families across the nation.
1 Comment Filed under Articles, Berkeley, El Mundo, Health, Marin, National, News, Oakland, Politics, Richmond, San Francisco, South County
Tagged Affordable Care Act, Covered California, Health, Herb Schultz, Medi-Cal, Oakland, Obamacare, Senator Barbara Boxer, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services
Republican members of congress stood in shock and awe when they heard President Barack Obama bluntly tell them, “You stay here. Let’s get it done. The President insisted that elimination of selected tax breaks for [...]