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Sunnyvale: Parkinson’s Institute Awarded $1.9 Mil for Research

Originally published by the San Jose Mercury News. A Sunnyvale doctor has been awarded $1.9 million to advance potential therapies for Parkinson’s disease.

Aimee Sharp

ACA Repeal Could Cost CA 209,000 Jobs

In this article, originally published by California Healthfax, learn more about the possible ACA Repeal and how it would affect California.

Aimee Sharp

New California Legislature Gathering – Healthcare on the Docket

On January 4, 2017, as California lawmakers, both new and old, make their way to the state Capitol...

Aimee Sharp
Health Care and Education

How Zuckerberg and Chan’s New Private School Mixes Health Care and Education

In this article originally published the San Jose Mercury News, this new school combines health care and education is an investment from the Zuckerberg's.

Aimee Sharp
Open Enrollment

Open Enrollment for 2017 Covered California Begins

Open enrollment for healthcare coverage under the Affordable Care Act began on November 1. This year, people will be paying more. The average premium is up.

Aimee Sharp

California Wants to Pull This Doctor’s License. Here’s How it’s Sparked a New Battle Over Child Vaccinations

In this article originally published by the LA Times, learn why the Medical Board of California wants to pull this doctor's license over vaccination issues.

Aimee Sharp
In-home caregivers

Teaching In-Home Caregivers to Provide More Expert Care Seems to Pay Off, Study Found

In this article from Kaiser Health News, you can learn about the benefits seniors accrue when their in-home caregivers go through training.

Aimee Sharp

California Governor Preserves Medi-Cal Funding in Budget Trims

This article by Beth Kutscher for Modern Healthcare details California Gov. Jerry Brown's decisions to prioritize health care expenses in FY 2017

Sarah McIlvaine
Medi-Cal Set to Expand Coverage

Medi-Cal Set to Expand Coverage to Undocumented Children

A new Medi-Cal policy will offer full coverage to undocumented children. Most undocumented families can only access medical care now on an emergency basis.

Brooke Phillips, CWCMS
House Call

The Return of Doctor House Calls: Convenient, But at What Cost?

"Health advocates generally support using technology to make medical care more convenient."

Aimee Sharp
SCI Panel Interview: Spinal Cord Injury Roundtable Webinar
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