California Healthcare Foundation is located in Oakland, CA. The organization was established in 1996. According to its NTEE Classification (E12) the organization is classified as: Fund Raising & Fund Distribution, under the broad grouping of Health Care and related organizations. As of 03/2022, California Healthcare Foundation employed 65 individuals. This organization is an independent organization and not affiliated with a larger national or regional group of organizations. California Healthcare Foundation is a 501(c)(4) and as such, is described as a "Civic League, Social Welfare Organization, and Local Association of Employees" by the IRS.
For the year ending 03/2022, California Healthcare Foundation generated $76.7m in total revenue. This organization has experienced exceptional growth, as over the past 7 years, it has increased revenue by an average of 22.8% each year . All expenses for the organization totaled $63.8m during the year ending 03/2022. While expenses have increased by 6.6% per year over the past 7 years. They've been increasing with an increasing level of total revenue. You can explore the organizations financials more deeply in the financial statements section below.
Since 2015, California Healthcare Foundation has awarded 1,873 individual grants totaling $266,632,758. If you would like to learn more about the grant giving history of this organization, scroll down to the grant profile section of this page.
Mission & Program ActivityExcerpts From the 990 Filing
Describe the Organization's Mission:
Part 3 - Line 1
TO SUPPORT MEANINGFUL, MEASURABLE IMPROVEMENTS IN HEALTH CARE FOR ALL CALIFORNIANS.
Describe the Organization's Program Activity:
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IMPROVING ACCESS: CHCF AIMS TO ADVANCE STATE POLICY REFORMS AND DELIVERY SYSTEM TRANSFORMATION TO IMPROVE COVERAGE AND CARE. THIS WORK INCLUDES: 1) ACCESS TO AFFORDABLE COVERAGE: CHCF AIMS TO ADVANCE STATE POLICIES AND PRACTICES THAT ENSURE THAT ALL CALIFORNIANS WITH LOW INCOMES HAVE AFFORDABLE COVERAGE AND THAT MEDI-CAL ENROLLEES CAN GET THE CARE THEY NEED WHEN THEY NEED IT. 2) ACCESS TO PRIMARY CARE: CHCF AIMS TO ADVANCE POLICY, PAYMENT, AND DELIVERY SYSTEM REFORMS TO IMPROVE ACCESS BY CALIFORNIANS WITH LOW INCOMES TO HIGH-QUALITY, LINGUISTICALLY AND CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE PRIMARY CARE INCLUSIVE OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE. 3) ACCESS TO SPECIALTY CARE: CHCF AIMS TO SPREAD THE USE OF TELEHEALTH IN CALIFORNIA'S SAFETY NET AND TO SPUR MEDI-CAL POLICY AND PAYMENT REFORMS TO IMPROVE ACCESS TO SPECIALTY CARE FOR CALIFORNIANS WITH LOW INCOMES.
ADVANCING PEOPLE-CENTERED CARE: CHCF SUPPORTS CARE SYSTEMS TO WORK COLLABORATIVELY TO ENSURE PEOPLE RECEIVE RESPONSIVE, COMPREHENSIVE, AND COORDINATED SERVICES THAT SUPPORT THEIR HEALTH AND WELL-BEING AND REDUCE INEQUITIES IN CARE. THIS WORK INCLUDES: 1) BEHAVIORAL HEALTH TRANSFORMATION: CHCF AIMS TO TRANSFORM MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE USE TREATMENT SO THAT WHEREVER AND HOWEVER THE CARE IS DELIVERED, IT IS EFFECTIVE, APPROPRIATE, AND ACCESSIBLE IMPROVING OUTCOMES AND REDUCING INEQUITIES. 2) CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH COMPLEX NEEDS: CHCF AIMS TO HELP MEDI-CAL ENROLLEES WITH CHALLENGING HEALTH OR SOCIAL CIRCUMSTANCES GET HIGH-QUALITY MEDICAL CARE AND SUPPORTIVE SERVICES THAT IMPROVE THEIR LIVES. 3) ADVANCING BLACK HEALTH EQUITY: CHCF AIMS TO IMPROVE CARE AND OUTCOMES FOR BLACK CALIFORNIANS BY WORKING WITH HEALTH CARE PARTNERS TO INTERRUPT RACISM, BUILD TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY AROUND EQUITABLE CARE, AND DIVERSIFY THE HEALTH CARE WORKFORCE.
LAYING THE FOUNDATION: CHCF AIMS TO BUILD A STRONG FOUNDATION FOR DELIVERING MEANINGFUL CHANGE IN CALIFORNIA'S HEALTH CARE SYSTEM BY PROVIDING TIMELY RESEARCH, SUPPORTING HEALTH CARE JOURNALISM, TRAINING LEADERS, AND DEVELOPING CROSS-SECTOR NETWORKS. THIS WORK INCLUDES: 1) MARKET ANALYSIS AND INSIGHT: CHCF AIMS TO PROVIDE RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS ON CALIFORNIA'S MARKET-WIDE CARE ECOSYSTEM, WITH A PARTICULAR FOCUS ON HOW THAT SYSTEM IS STRUCTURED AND PERFORMING FOR CALIFORNIANS WITH LOW INCOMES. 2) SUPPORTING HIGH-QUALITY HEALTH JOURNALISM: CHCF SUPPORTS HEALTH CARE JOURNALISM SO THAT MAINSTREAM AND COMMUNITY/ETHNIC MEDIA OUTLETS CAN PROVIDE CALIFORNIANS WITH ACCESS TO TIMELY, RELEVANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE MOST PRESSING HEALTH CARE ISSUES. 3) BUILDING LEADERSHIP: CHCF AIMS TO SUPPORT LEADERSHIP AND SKILL-BUILDING FOR CALIFORNIA'S HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS AND STATE POLICY PARTNERS, AS WELL AS TO SUPPORT LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES FOR ORGANIZATIONS IMPROVING CARE DELIVERY IN THE SAFETY NET. 4) BRIDGING THE INNOVATION GAP: CHCF AIMS TO DEVELOP INFORMATION, NETWORKS, AND COMMUNICATION PLATFORMS THAT ENABLE SAFETY-NET PROVIDERS AND HEALTH PLANS TO WORK WITH ENTREPRENEURS ON DELIVERY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENT.
"ACROSS OUR THREE PRIMARY GOALS, CHCF ALSO USES A VARIETY OF TOOLS TO INCREASE THE IMPACT OF OUR GRANT MAKING. OUR EXTERNAL ENGAGEMENT WORK USES POLICY CONVENINGS, RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS, AND STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS TO SUPPORT THE PROGRAMMATIC WORK OF THE FOUNDATION. 1) CONVENING: WE BRING STAKEHOLDERS TOGETHER TO FIND SOLUTIONS, SPREAD KNOWLEDGE, AND CREATE THE IMPETUS FOR CHANGE. 2) RESEARCH: WE CREATE A DATA AND POLICY ANALYSIS AGENDA THAT HELPS DECISIONMAKERS MAKE INFORMED CHOICES. 3) ENGAGEMENT: WE USE OUR VOICE AND RELATIONSHIPS TO ADDRESS HEALTH CARE PROBLEMS AND FIND SOLUTIONS.
President & C.e.o
VP Of Fin Admin & Invmts/treas & Sec
Senior VP Of Programs
VP Of External Engagement
Program Director Of Innovations
Prg Dir-Advancing People Cntr'd Care
|Vendor Name (Service)||Service Year||Compensation|
Forum One Comms Corp
Website Hosting & Maintenance
Angeleno Group Llc
Makena Capital Management
Training & Consulting
|Statement of Revenue|
|All other contributions, gifts, grants, and similar amounts not included above||$0|
|Noncash contributions included in lines 1a–1f||$0|
|Total Revenue from Contributions, Gifts, Grants & Similar||$0|
|Total Program Service Revenue||$533,971|
|Tax Exempt Bond Proceeds||$0|
|Net Rental Income||$489,274|
|Net Gain/Loss on Asset Sales||$67,666,439|
|Net Income from Fundraising Events||$0|
|Net Income from Gaming Activities||$0|
|Net Income from Sales of Inventory||$0|
|Statement of Expenses|
|Grants and other assistance to domestic organizations and domestic governments.||$36,652,860|
|Grants and other assistance to domestic individuals.||$1,952,746|
|Grants and other assistance to Foreign Orgs/Individuals||$0|
|Benefits paid to or for members||$0|
|Compensation of current officers, directors, key employees.||$1,991,432|
|Compensation of current officers, directors, key employees.||$1,373,281|
|Compensation to disqualified persons||$0|
|Other salaries and wages||$9,201,602|
|Pension plan accruals and contributions||$1,334,458|
|Other employee benefits||$1,294,175|
|Fees for services: Management||$0|
|Fees for services: Legal||$96,925|
|Fees for services: Accounting||$97,811|
|Fees for services: Lobbying||$0|
|Fees for services: Fundraising||$0|
|Fees for services: Investment Management||$7,502,458|
|Fees for services: Other||$826,889|
|Advertising and promotion||$0|
|Payments of travel or entertainment expenses for any federal, state, or local public officials||$0|
|Conferences, conventions, and meetings||$0|
|Payments to affiliates||$0|
|Depreciation, depletion, and amortization||$99,802|
|All other expenses||$196,544|
|Total functional expenses||$63,796,271|
|Savings and temporary cash investments||$7,716,448|
|Pledges and grants receivable||$0|
|Accounts receivable, net||$285,709|
|Loans from Officers, Directors, or Controlling Persons||$0|
|Loans from Disqualified Persons||$0|
|Notes and loans receivable||$0|
|Inventories for sale or use||$0|
|Prepaid expenses and deferred charges||$509,973|
|Net Land, buildings, and equipment||$48,982,495|
|Investments—publicly traded securities||$0|
|Accounts payable and accrued expenses||$2,218,053|
|Tax-exempt bond liabilities||$0|
|Escrow or custodial account liability||$0|
|Loans and other payables to any current Officer, Director, or Controlling Person||$0|
|Secured mortgages and notes payable||$0|
|Unsecured mortgages and notes payable||$0|
|Net assets without donor restrictions||$953,883,894|
|Net assets with donor restrictions||$0|
|Capital stock or trust principal, or current funds||$0|
|Paid-in or capital surplus, or land, building, or equipment fund||$0|
|Retained earnings, endowment, accumulated income, or other funds||$0|
|Total liabilities and net assets/fund balances||$962,705,535|
Over the last fiscal year, California Healthcare Foundation has awarded $36,603,563 in support to 253 organizations.
San Francisco, CA
PURPOSE: EMPLOYER HEALTH BENEFITS SURVEY, 2022. THE CONVERSATION / LA CONVERSACION - PREGNANCY AND FERTILITY. COVID-19 VACCINE LATINO/SPANISH LANGUAGE CAMPAIGN. THE CONVERSATION/LA CONVERSACION CAMPAIGN CONTINUATION, FALL 2021. SUPPORT FOR CALIFORNIA HEALTHLINE, 2021-2022.
San Francisco, CA
PURPOSE: PALLIATIVE CARE DELIVERY BEYOND THE COVID ERA: CONSIDERING THE FUTURE OF VIRTUAL CARE. GENERAL SUPPORT. BEHAVIORAL HEALTH INTEGRATION PROJECT (BHIP): PLANNING & EQUITY FOCUS DEVELOPMENT GRANT. LATINO COALITION FOR A HEALTH CALIFORNIA'S LATINX HEALTH POLICY SUMMIT, 2021. CONNECTED CARE ACCELERATOR. STATE-BASED MEDICAL HOMES FOR MEDICAID BENEFICIARIES. CONNECTED CARE ACCELERATOR TRANSITION & NEXT PHASE PREPARATION. TECH HUBS 2022. CONNECTED CARE ACCELERATOR: PHASE 2. ADVANCING BEHAVIORAL HEALTH EQUITY IN PRIMARY CARE LEARNING COLLABORATIVE.
Santa Monica, CA
PURPOSE: PRIMARY CARE INVESTMENT COORDINATING GROUP - RAND. CONNECTED CARE ACCELERATOR DATA COLLECTION EXTENSION.IMPACT OF RACISM ON PATIENT SAFETY: THE PROVIDERS' ROLE. CONSIDERATIONS AND PATHWAYS FOR QUALITY MONITORING IN HOME- AND COMMUNITY-BASED SERVICES IN CALIFORNIA. DEVELOPING A PLAN TO LEARN FROM CALIFORNIA'S COMMUNITY DOULA PROGRAMS. CALIFORNIA'S SAFETY NET EXPERIENCE WITH TELEHEALTH DURING COVID-19. MEDI-CAL PAYMENT REFORM AND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE. TELEHEALTH USE AMONG CALIFORNIA'S THREE LARGE PUBLIC PURCHASERS DURING COVID-19: EXPERIENCE AND POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS. VARIATION IN THE USE OF TELEHEALTH BY PEDIATRIC SUBSPECIALISTS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: A MIXED METHODS STUDY.
PURPOSE: SUPPORTING CALIFORNIA'S TELEHEALTH POLICY COALITION, 2022. SPREADING ALAMEDA COUNTY CARE ALLIANCE MODEL TO IMPROVE EQUITY IN SERIOUS ILLNESS AND END OF LIFE - FOUNDATIONAL WORK IN LOS ANGELES. IMPROVING REAL TIME COVID SURVEILLANCE. 2022 CALIFORNIA COVID-19 PUBLIC HEALTH CAPACITY BUILDING COLLABORATIVE FUND.
Over the last fiscal year, we have identified 1 grants that California Healthcare Foundation has recieved totaling $75,000.
California Healthcare Foundation
Parker Institute For Cancer Immunotherapy
San Francisco, CA
Saint Johns Hospital & Health Center Foundation
Santa Monica, CA
The Health Trust
San Jose, CA
Valley Childrens Healthcare Foundation
Childrens Healthcare Of California
Healthcare Transitional Funding Corp
Community Clinics Health Network
San Diego, CA
Health First Foundation-Northern Arizona
Legacy Health Endowment
Oregon Rural Health Initiative