california and health insurance Articles

california and health insurance Articles

Report: State''s uninsured near 16% California No. 32 in U.S. in providing health coverage (San Francisco Chronicle)
California lags most other states when it comes to the percentage of working residents with health insurance coverage, according to a report released Wednesday.

Report: State''s uninsured near 16% / California No. 32 in U.S. in providing health coverage (San Francisco Chronicle)
California lags most other states when it comes to the percentage of working residents with health insurance coverage, according to a report released Wednesday. The study, sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, ranks California 32nd among...

Study calls for better health insurance (Pasadena Star-News)
Nearly one-fourth of California''s Latino children do not have health insurance, potentially leading to missed school days and a downward spiral that can have enormous implications on the state''s economic prosperity, UCLA researchers said Tuesday.

Study Links Health Care to Education (HispanicBusiness.com)
Latino children in California are less likely to have health insurance and to receive preventive medical care, affecting school attendance and possibly academic performance, according to a new study.

Panel kills universal health insurance (The Sacramento Bee)
Legislation to require every Californian to have basic health insurance was killed Tuesday by the Assembly Health Committee.

State Senator Jackie Speier and Author Malcolm Gladwell Among Keynotes at 16th Annual Professional Businesswomen''s (Market Wire via Yahoo! Finance)
4,000 attendees will salute the achievements, spirit, diversity and potential of women on May 3rd at the Professional BusinessWomen of California Conference, the largest gathering of its kind in Northern California. The day-long event allows women of all backgrounds, industries and generations to improve their skill sets, widen their spheres of influence and gather insights from remarkable women

Latino children in state face health crisis (Daily Bulletin)
Nearly one-fourth of California''s Latino children don''t have health insurance, potentially leading to missed school days and a downward spiral that can have enormous implications on the state''s economic prosperity, UCLA researchers said Tuesday.

Rolly: Ex-worker still pulled in benefits (Salt Lake Tribune)
Some Democrats were surprised to learn recently that, during the term of previous Utah Democratic Chairwoman Meg Holbrook, the party was paying health insurance for an employee for several months after the employee had quit and moved to California. Former party executive director Todd Taylor confirmed that part of the reason was to keep the lower group-rate coverage for its remaining

CompPartners and CompWest Launch a Medical Provider Network - MPN - For Workers'' Compensation Clients In California (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)
CompWest Insurance Company, a workers'' compensation insurance carrier, has selected CompPartners, Inc. to be its network and health care management partner in a Medical Provider Network for its workers'' compensation customers in California.

School employees choose health plan (Morgan City Daily Review)
The St. Mary Parish School Board adopted a new employee health insurance policy at a special meeting Wednesday.