CPC Hosts FREE LUNCHEON to Combat California's Healthcare Crisis
LOS ANGELES, April 30 /PRNewswire/ --
WHAT: Californians for Patient Care (CPC) will host a free luncheon to
discuss free healthcare resources available to Californians, how
potential budget cuts will impact the healthcare of nearly 7
million patients statewide as well as patient advocacy rights.
On a daily basis, media outlets report on the economic uncertainty
in California. While decisions are being made in Sacramento
regarding the Governor's proposed budget cuts, CPC is working to
increase awareness among patients statewide of how their Medi-Cal
will be affected.
WHEN: Friday, May 2, 2008
11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
WHERE: Community Coalition
8101 S. Vermont Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90044
WHO: California State Assembly Majority Leader and Speaker-Elect Karen
Bass will provide information regarding the Governor's Proposed
Budget and how it will negatively impact the healthcare of nearly
7 million Californians who depend on Medi-Cal for their healthcare
TMJ Association Founder and Patient Advocate Elizabeth Helms will
share her patient-advocacy experience and provide information on
how patients can learn their rights regarding healthcare to ensure
their needs are being met.
CPC Executive Director Maria Robles will highlight
MyHealthResource.Org, a new online resource that is free,
easy-to-use and designed to help patients find low-cost or no-cost
healthcare in California.
|SOURCE Californians for Patient Care|
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