Category: The Latest

Category: The Latest

Kaiser Residency Launches La Salud Elective
March 15, 2015 The Latest LPOC Organization

This elective is offered to residents (PGY2 and above) and 4th year medical students who are passionate about Latino Health and providing culturally respectful care to the Latino community. Chosen

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Commentary: Advancing the Latino Physician Workforce
February 7, 2015 Recent Reports, The Latest LPOC Organization

Given the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and emerging health care workforce and population trends, the Association of American Medical Colleges has predicted a shortage of

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Latino Physicians in the U.S.: 1980-2010
February 7, 2015 Recent Reports, The Latest LPOC Organization

Abstract Purpose: To update and extend a 2000 study on the California Latino physician workforce, the authors examined the Latino physician workforce in the 30-year time frame spanning 1980 to

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Efforts Intensify to Sign Up Hispanics for Health Care
February 7, 2015 The Latest LPOC Organization

With the enrollment deadline looming, the Obama administration and advocacy groups are ramping up efforts to sign up millions of Hispanics for health coverage through online exchanges set up under

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California Pushes to Expand Immigrant Health Care
December 4, 2014 Affordable Care Act, Immigrants, The Latest LPOC Organization

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — President Barack Obama’s executive order to spare some immigrants from deportation has galvanized Democrats, immigration groups and health care advocates in California to push for expanding

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LPOC’s Board of Directors Retreat
October 23, 2014 Conferences, The Latest LPOC Organization

The Latino Physicians of California’s Board of Directors convened in Marina del Rey, Calif., for a productive two-day retreat on Oct. 17-18, 2014. During the dinner discussion in Santa Monica

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