4260 Department of Health Care Services
3960010 - MEDICAL CARE SERVICES (MEDI-CAL)
Medi-Cal is responsible for coordinating and directing the delivery of health care services to low-income Californians. Medi-Cal provides access to quality medical care in a fiscally prudent manner through both fee-for-service and managed care delivery systems. Medi-Cal activities are carried out through 19 Divisions and 3 Program Offices. The Divisions include: Long Term Care; Medi-Cal Managed Care; Low-Income Health Program; Systems of Care; Medi-Cal Eligibility; Medi-Cal Dental Services; Pharmacy Benefits; Benefits; Safety Net Financing; Capitated Rates Development; Fee-For-Service Rates Development; Mental Health Services; Substance Use Disorder Compliance; Substance Use Disorder Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery Services; Audits and Investigations; California Medicaid Management Information Systems; Provider Enrollment; Third Party Liability and Recovery; and Utilization Management. The Program Offices include: the Office of Medi-Cal Procurement; the Office of Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Compliance; and the Office of Family Planning.
3960023 - CHILDREN'S MEDICAL SERVICES
Children's Medical Services is responsible for coordinating and directing the delivery of health care services to low-income and seriously ill children, including the Child Health and Disability Prevention Program, the Genetically Handicapped Persons Program, and the California Children's Services Program.
3960032 - PRIMARY, RURAL, AND INDIAN HEALTH CARE
Primary, Rural, and Indian Health Care is responsible for coordinating and directing the delivery of health care to Californians in rural areas and to underserved populations through the following programs: Expanded Access to Primary Care Program, the Indian Health Program, American Indian Infant Health Initiative, Rural Health Services Development Program, Seasonal Agricultural and Migratory Workers Program, State Office of Rural Health, Medicare Rural Hospital Flexibility Program, Small Rural Hospital Improvement Grant Program, and the J1 Visa Program. Primary, Rural, and Indian Health Care also functions as the Tribal Liaison for Medi-Cal issues.
3960050 - OTHER CARE SERVICES
The Department of Health Care Services is responsible for coordinating and directing the delivery of non-Medi-Cal community mental health services; cancer screening services to low-income, under-insured, or uninsured women; and prostate cancer treatment services to low-income, under-insured, or uninsured men. These services are provided through the Mental Health Services Division, the Every Woman Counts Program, and the Prostate Cancer Treatment Program.
9900100 - DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION
This program provides overall management, planning, policy development, legal and administrative support services for all DHCS programs. This program is carried out by the Executive Division, the Office of Legal Services, the Office of Civil Rights, Legislative and Governmental Affairs, the Office of Public Affairs, the Information Technology Services Division, the Administration Division, and program division offices.