Medi-Cal is California’s public health insurance program under Medicaid. It provides free or low-cost health care coverage to low-income individuals including:
- families with children
- persons with disabilities
- children in foster care
- pregnant women
- people with certain diseases such as tuberculosis, breast cancer or HIV/AIDS
Medi-Cal pays for medical visits, hospital care, prescription drugs, pregnancy-related treatment, dental and eye care, and other medical services.
Find out if you qualify for Medi-Cal and learn more about the program by visiting the San Francisco Human Services Agency website.
How Performance is Measured
This measure represents the number of Medi-Cal cases that received coverage during each month. The data source is CalWIN, an administrative database used in 18 California counties. The monthly results represent point-in-time active caseload counts.
The number displayed on the scorecard page represents the average of monthly active Medi-Cal cases for each fiscal year.
- View more resources or enroll in a Medi-Cal healthcare plan by visiting the Human Services Agency website.
- Learn more about enrollment trends in the San Francisco Health Network.
Access Scorecard data through DataSF, San Francisco's open data portal.