In 1992, in an effort to redress the inconsistency that has been characteristic of federal policy applied to California, Congress established a statewide Indian council. The needs of California Indians in regards to health care are one part of the council's mandate. This is part in a series of reports by the council. This report discusses the history of health care in California, the health status of California Indians, the facilities and accessibility of health care, and the administration of programs by the government and by the tribes themselves.
Advisory Council on California Indian Policy.
ACCIP reports, 10 of 10: the status of Indian health care programs in California. Advisory Council on California Indian Policy. 1997