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State Office of the Patient Advocate Releases Health Care Quality Report Cards

The California Office of the Patient Advocate last week published its 2015-16 Health Care Quality Report Cards. The report cards allow consumers to compare the quality of care that more than 16 million commercially insured consumers receive from the state’s ten largest HMOs, six largest PPOs and more than 200 medical groups. The quality information includes clinical as well as patient experience data. Users can also see specific plan performance on topics of greatest interest to them, such as diabetes care, checking for cancer, and behavioral and mental health care. The report cards are available at www.opa.ca.gov.

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