On the Cusp of Change: the Healthcare Preferences of Low-Income Californians

These issue briefs, produced by Langer Research Associates, contain the results of a statewide survey of poor and-near poor Californians aged 19 to 64 (those below 200 percent of the federal poverty level). The perspectives provided by respondents are meant to help healthcare safety net providers prepare for full implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). These issue briefs are part of a series examining the views of specific subsets of the low-income Californian population, patients of California’s community clinics and health centers (CCHCs),public clinics, private doctors, and a regional analysis.

community clinics and health centers

Low-Income Californians’ Health Care Perceptions: Community Clinics and Health Centers

Low-Income Californians’ Health Care Preferences: Public Clinics

Low-Income Californians’ Health Care Preferences: The Private Patient Population

Low-Income Californians’ Health Care Preferences: A Regional Analysis