OPA Releases Annual Health Plan Report Cards

OPA Releases Annual Health Plan Report Cards

California’s Office of the Patient Advocate (OPA) has released its annual health plan report cards, and Kaiser Foundation Health Plan again received the top scores. The report cards measure the state’s 10 largest HMOs and six largest PPOs.

            The Oakland-based Kaiser was the only plan rated “excellent” (four out of four stars) by patients in Northern and Southern California for the quality of the care received. It received three stars (“good”) for patient experience in both regions.

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