The San Joaquin Valley has enrolled a greater percentage of its low-income population in the expanded Medi-Cal program under the Affordable Care Act than many other regions of the state, a UC Berkeley researcher says. In the Valley, 11.2 percent of the population have been enrolled compared to 9.4 percent statewide.
The San Joaquin Valley has enrolled a greater percentage of its low-income population in the expanded Medi-Cal program under the Affordable Care Act than many other regions of the state, a UC Berkeley researcher says. In the Valley, 11.2 percent of the population have been enrolled compared to 9.4 percent statewide. Daniel Casarez Vida en el Valle file
The San Joaquin Valley has enrolled a greater percentage of its low-income population in the expanded Medi-Cal program under the Affordable Care Act than many other regions of the state, a UC Berkeley researcher says. In the Valley, 11.2 percent of the population have been enrolled compared to 9.4 percent statewide. Daniel Casarez Vida en el Valle file

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