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Will Anyone Be Better Off With Trumpcare?-Sacramento Bee
The life-and-death stakes of an Affordable Care Act repeal in one of L.A. County's poorest, sickest regions
-Los Angeles Times
GOP plan to replace health care plan is released
-San Francisco Chronicle
Jack Needleman is Chair of the Department of Health Policy and Management at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health and a faculty associate at the Center. He was a panelist at the Feb. 15 Grand Rounds seminar on how repeal of the ACA would affect safety-net providers and moderated the Jan. 25 Paul Torrens Health Forum on planning for changes to the ACA. In this brief interview, Needleman discusses the likelihood of Medicaid converting to block grants, how reduced funding may put pressure on California’s already rock-bottom provider payments, and what it will take to get politicians to take notice.
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