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Health plan that ‘fleeced the state’ stands to grow
California Watch

A Southern California health plan that state Controller John Chiang said “fleeced the state” out of an estimated $300 million stands to gain hundreds of members who are losing services as a result of state budget cuts.

Chiang urged the state’s Medi-Cal agency yesterday to recover the funds before routing former Adult Day Health Care participants into the Senior Care Action Network (SCAN) Health Plan.