23rd Annual
ITUP Conference
February 4-5, 2019

This ITUP report looks at public plan choice, the “public option,” through a California lens.

Notes from the Field

Immigrant Communities in California Under the Cloud of Immigration Enforcement

Snapshot: Remaining Uninsured in California

Prior to the ACA, the uninsured rate for nonelderly Californians persisted around 20 percent. Although California’s implementation of the ACA dramatically reduced the number of uninsured, nearly three million uninsured Californians remain.
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Covered California Announces 2019 Enrollment

February 1, 2019

This week, Covered California, California’s Affordable Care Act (ACA) marketplace, announced the results of the 2019 open enrollment season which ended on January 15, 2019. Data results show strong renewal rates but a significant drop in new enrollment. This blog potential causes of the drop and its implications.

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Snapshot: Remaining Uninsured in California (Updated)

February 1, 2019

According to the California Health Interview Survey (CHIS), in the years leading up to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the uninsured rate among Californians under the age of 65 was approximately 16 percent.1 Implementation of the ACA dramatically reduced the rate of uninsured to 8.4 percent, with approximately 3 million remaining uninsured in the state.2 This snapshot provides a quick overview of California’s remaining uninsured.

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Governor Newsom’s First Budget: Health Care Highlights

January 11, 2019

In his first act as Governor of California, Gavin Newsom announced executive actions and budget proposals to expand health coverage and improve affordability, signaling health care as one of his top priorities. This blog highlights health care items in the Governor’s proposed budget.

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ITUP 2018 A Year-In-Review

January 9, 2019

The past year began and ended with ongoing federal efforts to invalidate or dismantle the Affordable Care Act contrasted with California’s continuing efforts to expand coverage and improve health care. These starkly different approaches at the state and federal level are outlined in the ITUP 2018 Year-In Review and the accompanying Summary of 2018 Federal Rulemaking.

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23rd Annual ITUP Conference

The 2019 ITUP conference Mapping the Future of Health Reform – What’s Next?  offered late-breaking updates on health reform at the state and federal levels, including highlights of Governor Newsom’s health care agenda and the latest on Attorney General Xavier Becerra’s fight to protect California coverage gains under the Affordable Care Act.

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2018 ITUP Regional Workgroups

ITUP regional workgroups bring together local leaders for constructive dialogue and creative problem solving to expand access and improve the health of Californians.

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22nd Annual ITUP Conference Details

Thank you for attending the 22nd Annual ITUP Conference, Advancing Health in California: No Matter What. Conference materials and other resources available

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