More Videos

Friend wants 'more than a headstone for Chris' 2:03

Friend wants 'more than a headstone for Chris'

'One Pill Can Kill': Raising prescription drug awareness 2:51

'One Pill Can Kill': Raising prescription drug awareness

Oakland Raiders react on 4th-down index card ruling in loss to Cowboys 1:44

Oakland Raiders react on 4th-down index card ruling in loss to Cowboys

Get up close and personal with whales in La Jolla 1:09

Get up close and personal with whales in La Jolla

Jimmy Garoppolo and Robbie Gould spark 49ers' third straight win 1:59

Jimmy Garoppolo and Robbie Gould spark 49ers' third straight win

Two suspects caught on this video of Sacramento County armed robbery now behind bars 0:36

Two suspects caught on this video of Sacramento County armed robbery now behind bars

Retired fertility doctor pleads guilty to inseminating patients with own sperm 0:51

Retired fertility doctor pleads guilty to inseminating patients with own sperm

Flooding After Fire: California Department of Water Resources explains the risk 5:46

Flooding After Fire: California Department of Water Resources explains the risk

How California measures ‘road smoothness’ and why it matters 1:08

How California measures ‘road smoothness’ and why it matters

Kevin de Leon says he has been 'humbled' by sexual harassment reports in the Senate 1:36

Kevin de Leon says he has been 'humbled' by sexual harassment reports in the Senate

  • A Sacramento area family seeks treatment for disabled son on Medi-Cal

    Kathy Poe-Barham, of Rocklin, reads a letter describing her struggle to find treatment for her disabled son Michael Poe because doctors in California are accepting fewer people on Medi-Cal managed care.

Kathy Poe-Barham, of Rocklin, reads a letter describing her struggle to find treatment for her disabled son Michael Poe because doctors in California are accepting fewer people on Medi-Cal managed care. Sammy Caiola
Kathy Poe-Barham, of Rocklin, reads a letter describing her struggle to find treatment for her disabled son Michael Poe because doctors in California are accepting fewer people on Medi-Cal managed care. Sammy Caiola

Why Medi-Cal enrollees gain coverage but not broad access to doctors

October 01, 2017 04:00 AM

UPDATED October 03, 2017 09:24 AM

Comments

More Videos

Friend wants 'more than a headstone for Chris' 2:03

Friend wants 'more than a headstone for Chris'

'One Pill Can Kill': Raising prescription drug awareness 2:51

'One Pill Can Kill': Raising prescription drug awareness

Oakland Raiders react on 4th-down index card ruling in loss to Cowboys 1:44

Oakland Raiders react on 4th-down index card ruling in loss to Cowboys

Get up close and personal with whales in La Jolla 1:09

Get up close and personal with whales in La Jolla

Jimmy Garoppolo and Robbie Gould spark 49ers' third straight win 1:59

Jimmy Garoppolo and Robbie Gould spark 49ers' third straight win

Two suspects caught on this video of Sacramento County armed robbery now behind bars 0:36

Two suspects caught on this video of Sacramento County armed robbery now behind bars

Retired fertility doctor pleads guilty to inseminating patients with own sperm 0:51

Retired fertility doctor pleads guilty to inseminating patients with own sperm

Flooding After Fire: California Department of Water Resources explains the risk 5:46

Flooding After Fire: California Department of Water Resources explains the risk

How California measures ‘road smoothness’ and why it matters 1:08

How California measures ‘road smoothness’ and why it matters

Kevin de Leon says he has been 'humbled' by sexual harassment reports in the Senate 1:36

Kevin de Leon says he has been 'humbled' by sexual harassment reports in the Senate

  • 'One Pill Can Kill': Raising prescription drug awareness

    Dr. Michael Bishop warns about prescription drug abuse.