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City Visions: April 22, 2013
What does federal health care reform mean for Californians?
California is required to implement federal health care reform by January 2014. We discuss what needs to happen by then, and what this means for you. Is California ready? What will change and what has changed already? And what are health benefit exchanges and who needs to use them? Host David Onek and a panel of Bay Area experts make sense of this landmark legislation.
* John Grgurina, CEO of the San Francisco Health Plan (SFHP). SFHP administers Healthy San Francisco, Healthy Kids, Healthy Families, and Medi-Cal for the County of San Francisco.
* Jennifer Kent, Principal, Health Management Associates (HMA). At HMA, Jennifer provides strategic and technical support to clients around federal health reform and health insurance exchanges.
* Mike Johnson, Director of Public Policy, Blue Shield of California. Blue Shield is not-for-profit California health plan with 3.3 million members.
Producer: Wendy Holcombe