ITUP 22nd Annual Conference

Advancing Health in California. No Matter What.
February 5-6, 2018 | Sacramento Convention Center

Access to Care in California Threatened

The dominance of ACA "repeal and replace" efforts resulted in the expiration of two critical health care programs – the Childrens’ Health Insurance Program (CHIP) and funding for the nation’s community health centers.

Open Enrollment: November 1, 2017 to January 31, 2018

California consumers will have better options, and fewer negative consequences, than consumers seeking coverage through the federal exchange and many other state exchanges.

ITUP Provides Opening Testimony

The California State Assembly begins a series of Informational Hearings on health care delivery systems and universal coverage Monday, October 23 and Tuesday, October 24.

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Fact Sheet November 2017 – Remaining Uninsured in California

September 13, 2017

California benefited more than most states from the Affordable Care Act (ACA) because California fully embraced the ACA opportunities to expand coverage and streamline enrollment and retention processes. This also means that California has the most at stake in federal efforts to repeal or rollback the ACA coverage expansions. In the years preceding the ACA, […]

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ITUP ACA Watch, Issue 4 — The ACA and Medi-Cal: What’s at Stake?

May 25, 2017

This issue of ACA Watch highlights program and population changes that re-shaped Medi-Cal under ACA. In addition to expanding coverage for some of the state’s most disenfranchised residents, the ACA dramatically altered the demographic profile and scope of the Medi-Cal program.

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Tax Reform, the Individual Mandate, and the Vulnerability of the Individual Market in California

December 6, 2017

Although Congressional efforts to repeal or rollback the Affordable Care Act (ACA) have failed to date, the just-passed Republican-controlled U.S. Senate tax bill (House Resolution 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act) includes a provision that is very likely to undermine ACA implementation in California.

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The Clock is Ticking – Will Congress Act Before 1.3 Million Children and Pregnant Women Lose Coverage in California?

November 29, 2017

Congress allowed the CHIP to expire on September 30, 2017, putting in jeopardy coverage for approximately 1.3 million children and pregnant women in California. CHIP is a health coverage program for low- and moderate-income children and pregnant women jointly funded by states and the federal government.

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ITUP 22nd Annual Conference

Register for the ITUP 22nd Annual Conference, Advancing Health in California: No Matter What. Agenda now available!

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2017 L.A. Health Collaborative

Thank you for participating! Check out the meeting materials from the October Collaborative.

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2017 Workgroups are here!

There is still time to participate in an ITUP 2017 regional workgroup! Review the workgroup schedule for upcoming dates.

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