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Impact of ACA Repeal and Replace on Medi-Cal in Santa Clara County

March 8, 2017

At Santa Clara Family Health Plan, our mission is to provide high quality, comprehensive health care coverage for those who do not have access to, or are not able to purchase, good health care at an affordable price. The repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act (ACA, also called Obamacare) may put health care at risk for tens of thousands of people in Santa Clara County.

Diabetic Eye Exam - Check Yearly, See Clearly!

July 1, 2016

We know how hard it is to live with a chronic illness like diabetes. Managing your illness requires taking certain health tests each year. One very important test is the diabetic eye exam.

Why is this test important?

Having diabetes means your body can’t control the level of sugar in your blood. If your blood sugar is too high, it can cause problems with your vision, like blurriness or even blindness.

You could have an early stage of diabetic eye disease and not even know it.

Flood Relief Information

March 2, 2017

If you or someone you know has been affected by the recent flood in San Jose, below are a few community resources we’ve gathered.

Food Assistance

If you receive CalFresh assistance and lost food purchased with your EBT card, you may be eligible for a CalFresh Benefit Replacement. You must live in the following zip codes:

A Pap test every 3 years can help prevent cervical cancer.

June 30, 2016

Have you had your Pap test in the last 3 years?

Yes? Great! You are doing the right thing to stay healthy!

No? If you are 21-65 years of age, it is time for your pap test.

To make an appointment, call your PCP/GYN and schedule today!

If you have any questions or need help scheduling your appointment, please call our Member Services at 1-800-260-2055.

Get ready for tax season: Free help is available

January 14, 2017

Tax season is nearly here! It’s important to remember that information about your health coverage is now a part of the tax filing process. The IRS needs to know who had health coverage in 2016.

That's where Form 1095-B for health coverage comes in. It lets the IRS know who had coverage and for how long. You may get a Form 1095-B in the mail from the California Department of Health Care Services. Keep it, because you may need it when you complete your tax return.

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