Members of Covered California's board of directors also questioned whether spending millions of dollars to ramp up a marketing campaign was the right approach while systemic problems persist with the health exchange.
At the board's meeting yesterday, consumer advocacy groups and insurance agents cited continued long wait times on the exchange's telephone call centers. They say there are numerous problems with the online enrollment site and multi-week lag times in getting paperwork to insurance companies.
Sen. Norma Torres, speaking on behalf of the legislative Latino Caucus, said Latinos face numerous obstacles to enrolling, but marketing is not one.
For the first time homeless people in Reno are getting free eye care at an annual services event.
(AP) - A measles outbreak that originated at Disneyland has grown to 87 cases.
California public health data show the number of parents choosing not to vaccinate their children because of a personal belief has gone down this school year.
California lawmakers say public opinion has changed since the last time “right to die” legislation has been proposed in the state. That may explain why a group of Democratic lawmakers has introduced the “End of Life Option Act.”
Covered California: More Health Insurance Carriers Can Sell Individual Policies In Underserved AreasFriday, January 16, 2015
The Covered California board of directors has adopted a new policy that will allow more health insurance carriers to sell in areas of the state where there are few options now.