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Your UC medical plan covers your summer travel plans

If you need medical attention while you’re traveling, here’s what you need to know to get the care you need.

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Get to know Accolade health care advocate

Attend an upcoming webinar to learn how Accolade can support you on your health care journey.

UC Health experts advise on navigating AI with transparency and equity

UC Health experts briefed members of Congress on how AI is rapidly reshaping the health care landscape.

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UC researchers use health data to find actionable insights

UC researchers are making groundbreaking use of information from electronic health records to fast-track breakthrough insights in medical practice and treatment.

UC Health statement on the U.S. Supreme Court’s mifepristone lawsuit ruling

“The university believes all people should have access to affordable and convenient reproductive health care of their choosing.“

UC Irvine Chancellor Howard Gillman meets with Vice President Kamala Harris

The discussion focused on how the recent Supreme Court decision to end the federally protected right to abortion will impact higher education.

President Michael V. Drake, MD

UC responds to the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision

President Drake issued a statement on June 24, shortly following the release of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling.

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Explore UC’s supplemental health plans

Could a supplemental health plan be a good option for you? Find out more about how these plans work.

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Catch up with your health care: Are you up to date?

Now is the time to reschedule any medical or dental appointments you may have missed or canceled during the pandemic.

Professor Amani Allen of the UC Berkeley School of Public Health

Wednesday: Amani M. Allen, Ph.D., M.P.H., will speak on African-American Health inequities

The UC Berkeley School of Public Health scholar will present insights into the mental and physical health of African-Americans in relationship to gender, socioeconomic position and the stress created by racism.