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Uncovered California: What's Next for Millions of Uninsured?

About this series

This project results from an innovative reporting venture – the USC Center for Health Journalism News Collaborative – which involves print and broadcast outlets across California, all reporting together on the state’s uninsured. Outlets include newspapers from the McClatchy Corp., Gannett Co., Southern California News Group, and La Opinion, as well as broadcasters at Univision and Capital Public Radio. 

Latest Collaborative Stories

hospital room

‘Fake insurance plans’ trigger lawsuit in California, attorney says

A California couple said they were saddled with thousands of dollars in medical expenses when Aliera Healthcare Inc. misled them into purchasing what one attorney described as “fake insurance plans.”

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Affordability

hospital room

‘Fake insurance plans’ trigger lawsuit in California, attorney says

A California couple said they were saddled with thousands of dollars in medical expenses when Aliera Healthcare Inc. misled them into purchasing what one attorney described as “fake insurance plans.”

Access to Care

MICOP Health Promoters, Rosita and Lidia reach the streets of Oxnard of the Mixteca community

Health promoters inform the indigenous community on COVID-19 – in their language

Language barriers mean indigenous farmworkers and their families often don’t know about available health services or are afraid to risk a clinic visit.
  • Affordability
  • Access to Care
  • Expanding Coverage
  • Undocumented & Uninsured
  • Legislative Fixes