Jonathan Fielding

UCLA

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Professor of health policy and management, and pediatrics at UCLA; former director of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health

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LA County hopes to reopen the economy and lift stay-at-home restrictions by July 4, but public health officials say the date will ultimately be driven by data and science, and getting…

LA County wants to open by July 4. What will it take to get there?

LA County hopes to reopen the economy and lift stay-at-home restrictions by July 4, but public health officials say the date will ultimately be driven by data and science, and getting…

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Los Angeles County provides health services to hundreds of thousands of people. The annual cost is $8 billion.

Unifying Health Services in a County Divided

Los Angeles County provides health services to hundreds of thousands of people. The annual cost is $8 billion.

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