The California Department of Health Care Services administers the MediCal program. For purpose of computing a person’s financial ability to pay for medical care during his lifetime, the department omits the worth of his residence.  However, after the person’s death, the department is entitled to collect reimbursement for medical care it paid for during the person’s lifetime from the person’s estate, which Medicare statutes define to include money or property held by an inter vivos trust established by the decedent.  Accordingly, the trial court erred in ordering decedent’s trust’s proceeds paid to the beneficiary of the trust  rather than to the department first to reimburse it for MediCal expenses it paid for the decedent during his lifetime.