Economy leads to fewer insured children in California

11/13/2009 | Healthcare Finance News

The national recession and California's own budget crisis have led to a lower rate of increase in children's health coverage in the state, a report said. The California HealthCare Foundation said slightly more than 12% of California children are uninsured, higher than the national average, and enrollment in the Medi-Cal, Healthy Families and Healthy Kids programs declined in 2008.

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