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(a) The department shall develop a statewide plan for health services for special population groups identified pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section 124425 by January 1, 1985, and shall evaluate and update the plan every two years. The plan shall include, but not be limited to, an assessment of resources, an assessment of unmet needs, an evaluation of prior years program goals and objectives, and a two-year action plan for at least the following program areas:
(1) Health of seasonal agricultural and migratory workers and their families.
(2) American Indian health services.
(3) Rural health services.
(4) California health services corps.
(5) Grants-in-aid to clinics.
(b) The plan shall describe the types, locations, and effectiveness of the programs specified in paragraphs (1) to (5), inclusive, and contain an assessment of resources needed to maintain the plan consistent with the Primary Care Services Act (Section 27).
(c) The plan may be a consolidation of individual program reports due to the Legislature during the year the plan is updated. The plan may also be integrated with other plans the department is required to develop concerning maternal and child health programs and services for special population groups.
(d) The statewide plan shall be initially developed in consultation with the Primary Care Clinics Advisory Committee and the California Conference of Local Health Officers and biannually updated as provided in this section in consultation with individuals and groups representing special populations and areas, with local governments, and with the office.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - California Code, Health and Safety Code - HSC § 124405 - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ca/health-and-safety-code/hsc-sect-124405/
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