A report released in April 2021 details how the COVID-19 pandemic damaged the financial health of California’s more than 400 hospitals in 2020, and forecasts continued fiscal impacts through 2021 and possibly beyond. Even after factoring in federal financial support provided last year through the CARES Act, California hospitals still lost more than $8 billion […]
California hospitals are working hard to hold costs in check for struggling families.
Integrated hospital systems support California’s health care infrastructure and put patients first.
Hospitals are pillars of their economies, sustaining more than one million jobs across the state.
Millions of Californians aren’t getting the care they need for mental health or substance use disorders.
This infographic shows hospitals’ primary sources of payment — Medicare and Medi-Cal, which chronically underfund hospital services, and commercial insurers, which make up the difference.
This infographic shows how hospitals are doing their part to make health care more affordable. Now, it’s time for others (like commercial insurers) to step up.