Calif. gets low marks in health care for special needs children

11/18/2010 | CaliforniaWatch.org

Data from a national survey showed California is last in the nation on some key health care quality measures for children with special needs. The study found only 17.1% of children with special needs in the state have adequate health insurance and receive basic preventive and comprehensive medical care, compared to 40.3% nationwide.

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