A high-ranking San Diego ambulance official said his company responds to people who really need it only 15 percent of the time.
How response times are calculated, why CPR matters, the neighborhoods most at risk and more.
Project 25 changed its data-collecting model to try to get a more accurate picture of its impact.
At the end of its second year, it’s clearer than ever efforts like Project 25 are not as simple as opening a door and showing someone her new home.
For those of you worried about the prospect of this country guaranteeing health care to everyone, and how much that would cost, I hate to break it to you, but we already do guarantee it.
Statement: The annual cost of chronic homelessness to taxpayers is anywhere from $150,000 to $400,000 per person, Brian Maienschein told me on Friday. Determination: Mostly True Analysis: Maienschein was referring to a much-discussed segment of the homeless population — frequent users of government, emergency and medical services that suck up a disproportionate share of public […]