Los Angeles County's health services director said Tuesday that he was concerned about recent patient care problems at County Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, but believes the hospital is working to prevent such incidents from happening again.
This article was originally published in the Torrance Daily Breeze on April 4, 2012.
After trying for months to get some relief on $72,000 in medical debt, Andy Gee has made some progress.
Medical debt today is at an all-time high and for people staring down mounting medical bills it can be overwhelming. You can listen to this interview with The California Report’s host Rachael Myrow and Kelley Weiss here.
In the last few years it’s become more and more apparent that making changes to the health care system is a monumental task.
As protesters for and against the federal health care law took to Washington’s Capitol before the measure passed last year…to the heated GOP primary race debates calling for the repeal of the law today, many are left wondering if it’s politically possible for the government to help them avoid mounting medical bills.
Practicing family medicine in one of the most economically depressed cities in the country, Eric Ramos has watched his patients make wrenching choices about health care.
The Center partnered with USA Today on this project.