The UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education estimates that 16.5 percent of Medi-Cal enrollees will become eligible for Covered California during the course of a year because of income increases.Karla Sanchez, 31, of North Highlands chooses insurance coverage at the SEIU union hall in Sacramento.
The UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education estimates that 16.5 percent of Medi-Cal enrollees will become eligible for Covered California during the course of a year because of income increases.Karla Sanchez, 31, of North Highlands chooses insurance coverage at the SEIU union hall in Sacramento. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file
The UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education estimates that 16.5 percent of Medi-Cal enrollees will become eligible for Covered California during the course of a year because of income increases.Karla Sanchez, 31, of North Highlands chooses insurance coverage at the SEIU union hall in Sacramento. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file
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Ask Emily

Emily Bazar answers your questions about California’s new medical world

Bouncing between Medi-Cal and Covered California

April 20, 2015 05:00 PM

UPDATED April 21, 2015 05:21 PM

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