Healthy San Francisco

November 5, 2012

Healthy San Francisco is a program to subsidize medical care for certain uninsured residents of San Francisco. The program's stated objective is to bring universal health care to the city,but eligibility and services are limited, and the program website states that insurance "is always a better choice." The program is open to city residents, ages 18–64, whose incomes and net worth are low but who do not qualify for other public coverage, and who have had no insurance for at least 90 days. Eligibility is not conditional on citizenship, immigration, employment or health status. The program covers a range of services, but only pays providers within San Francisco. The city launched Healthy San Francisco in 2007.

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