Race & Ethnicity Data: Search Results: Reports, Policy Briefs, and Other Resources
This annual report analyzes the demographics of California's uninsured population.
This report analyzes the demographics of California's uninsured.
This report examines how California counties plan to respond to changes in financing and coverage under the ACA to provide health care to the medically indigent.
This fact sheet details the coverage options available for immigrants under the Medi-Cal program. Also available in Spanish.
This fact sheet provides a brief overview of the Local Control Funding Formula and how it can be an opportunity to improve the health of students of color in California.
This report examines the health status and health care use of undocumented immigrants and suggests policy alternatives that could improve their access to health care.
This report, developed with the Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum, Consumers Union, and the National Council of La Raza, examines developments in health information technology and offers policy recommendations for how advancements can best improve health in all communities.
This fact sheet, developed in partnership with UCLA Center for Health Policy Research and the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education, provides an update to the 2012 report and examines how language barriers might impact enrollment in Covered California (the Health Benefit Exchange).
This searchable database provides public health information for California's diverse population. Results on a variety of health topics are produced for the entire state and for most counties. The survey takes place every two years.
This fact sheet includes data to illustrate the need to fully expand Medi-Cal with culturally and linguistically appropriate outreach efforts to enroll the newly eligible, two-thirds (67%) of whom are from communities of color and more than one-third (35%) of whom speak English less than very well.
This brief focuses on the causes of our state's fiscal crisis, highlights the devastating impact of cuts, and illustrates the dire need for new revenues.
Funded by the California Program on Access to Care and developed in conjunction with the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research, through in-language focus groups, this brief identifies ways to outreach to and enroll communities of color in coverage under the ACA.
This revised report highlights 13 key factors that lead to health disparities in California’s communities of color, with policy recommendations for creating a healthier state. It includes charts and maps showcasing data by race and ethnicity.
This brief, developed in partnership with UCLA Center for Health Policy Research and the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education, highlights findings from the California Simulation of Insurance Markets (CalSIM) model estimating the effects of specific provisions of the ACA on family and employer decisions about insurance coverage in California, with a focus on communities of color and adults with limited English proficiency.
This bulletin details how the Affordable Care Act can increase workforce diversity and what benefits that would provide to communities of color.
This bulletin highlights the provisions of the Affordable Care Act that support individual and community prevention.
This policy brief provides a general overview of factors fueling California's budget crisis and poses key questions to help you analyze new proposals.
This bulletin examines opportunities for patient and consumer advocates to advance health care quality and health equity through the adoption of electronic health records and other technologies.
This bulletin highlights how the Affordable Care Act will accelerate quality improvement and reduce disparities.
This fact sheet highlights how African Americans will benefit from the prevention provisions of the Affordable Care Act.
This fact sheet highlights how Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders will benefit from the prevention provisions of the Affordable Care Act.
This fact sheet highlights how Latinos will benefit from the prevention provisions of the Affordable Care Act.
This fact sheet highlights how seniors will benefit from the prevention provisions in the Affordable Care Act.
This fact sheet highlights how women and families will benefit from the prevention provisions of the Affordable Care Act.
Using data from the California Health Interview Survey, this fact sheet examines how national reform efforts impact California's diverse communities.