Access & Accommodations in Health Care
The following publications provide information about how to access and use aids and services when getting health care.
This brochure focuses on the rights of people with disabilities when accessing health care. Access includes: facilities, services, and information offered by doctors’ offices, other medical providers and insurance plans. For many Californians, medical services are provided either by a public entity, such as a county, or through Managed Care, which is a network of providers managed by an umbrella corporation or agency. When providing Medi-Cal services, Managed Care Organizations are doing so under a contract with the State and/or county government. All health care providers are prohibit
This publication may be helpful to you if you need information or have a complaint regarding health care providers, programs, facilities, or services you have received. We have listed the government agencies with specific responsibility for addressing complaints first. We have also included a list of some of the advocacy organizations and sources of information about your rights that may also be helpful.
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