Health Care Survey of Californians Age 55 and over


In partnership with the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) Office of Medicare Innovation and Integration and The SCAN Foundation, NORC at the University of Chicago conducted a survey of Californians age 55 and older with the goal of learning about the needs, experiences, and opinions of California’s current and future Medicare beneficiaries. This report will provide a high-level summary of the survey findings along with deeper explorations of key populations of interest. VIEW REPORT

Date Updated: 12/02/2022

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