Of the 3.7 million people who could lose coverage, most are low-income earners, young adults, part-time workers, and people of color.
The final count was roughly 3% below last year's total, but was higher than the predicted enrollment of 400,000. More than 50,000 people enrolled during last two days.
The health system was penalized for not providing data on Medi-Cal managed care patients due to an issue with its health information technology, a Kaiser official said.
A surge in influenza cases has hospitals scrambling, particularly in Northern California.
SB10 was 'the first California casualty of the Trump administration,' says the law's author.
The proposal eliminates state funding to counties for In-Home Supportive Services for dual-eligible Medicare-Medicaid patients.
Gardens Regional in Los Angeles closes after state officials and the potential buyer fail to reach an agreement on a requirement to provide charity care.
The Inland Empire Health Information Exchange and California Integrated Data Exchange combine will include more than 16 million insurance claims and medical records.
The state's fiscal 2018 proposal phases out CCI and shifts more costs for in-home services to counties.
More than 84% of healthcare workers in California got a flu shot during the 2015-2016 influenza season.