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All Programs and Services

List of related programs and services that can help you find assistance for your specific needs. This includes health care services for low-income individuals and families, seniors, and children with special medical needs, as well as, programs for specific diseases and personal care.

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Newborn Hearing Screening
Helps identify hearing loss in infants, and guide families to the appropriate services needed to develop communication skills.

Newborn Screening
Testing for specific genetic disorders.

Office of Clinical Preventive Medicine
Strives to promote collaboration and understanding between public health authorities and health care providers.

Office of Communications 
The Office of Communications is responsible for the overall communications and outreach activities.

Office of Family Planning
Comprehensive family planning services to eligible low income men and women.

Ombudsman

An Ombudsman is a person in a government agency to whom people can go to make complaints or explain problems with the programs or policies of the agency.

Overpayments
The primary function is to recover funds due the Medi-Cal program

Personal Injury
The Personal Injury Unit is responsible for the recovery of Medi-Cal expenditures in personal injury actions involving Medi-Cal beneficiaries.

Pharmacy Benefits and Vision Care Services
Medi-Cal Pharmacy Benefits include Fee-For-Service Drug Program, Drug Rebate Program, Enteral and Medical Supplies Contracting, Drug Contracting, and Vision Care.

Presumptive Eligibility for Pregnant Women
Allows Qualified Providers to grant immediate, temporary Medi-Cal coverage for outpatient prenatal care and prescription drugs for conditions related to pregnancy to low-income, pregnant patients, pending their formal Medi-Cal application.

Primary, Rural, and Indian Health
Improve the health status of special, targeted population groups living in medically underserved urban and rural areas of California.

Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE)
The PACE model of care provides a comprehensive medical and social service delivery system using an interdisciplinary team approach that provides and coordinates all needed preventive, primary, acute and long term care services

Public Clinics

This voluntary Certified Public Expenditure based program provides additional funding to eligible governmental entities that provide Clinic services to Medi-Cal beneficiaries.

Senior Care Action Network (SCAN)
SCAN Health Plan is a Medicare Advantage Special Needs Plan that provides all services in the Medi-Cal State Plan. Participants must be 65 years or older, Medi-Cal and Medicare eligible and reside in the SCAN service area.

Subacute Care Program
Specific reimbursement rates have been developed for providers of subacute care who have been licensed and certified by the CA Department of Public Health’s Licensing and Certification program.

Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)

SBIRT is a comprehensive health promotion approach for delivering early intervention and treatment services to people with, or at risk of developing, alcohol use disorders.

Last modified on: 6/2/2017 5:25 PM