Uninsured Californians consider the fairest way to structure health plan cost-sharing when trying to meet the needs of many Californians.
Employees discuss V-BID options for encouraging high-value health care and discouraging low-value care.
Californians prioritize four IOM hospital quality domains to help guide corrective actions by California hospitals.
1200 Californians identify the medical situations that are most essential for healthcare coverage and those that are not.
Developing health coverage with a limited budget, uninsured Californians convey their coverage priorities and trade-offs.
Northern Californians construct a lower-cost health plan for the uninsured, identifying key aspects of minimum coverage.
Consumers judge when it is appropriate to deny coverage if the expense of treatment greatly exceeds the benefit.
MediCal beneficiaries convey their views and priorities about Medi-Cal coverage in the face of budget cuts.
Public and private sector employees weigh in on their healthcare coverage -- and find ways to compromise.
Physicians and consumers have different views on medical treatment that offers small benefits at high costs.
Sacramento Area consumers and health professionals collaborate on how to improve care at the end of life.