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New Report Shows California’s HMOs Deficient in Providing Access to Adequate Substance Abuse Treatment
Market Watch

A new report issued by the state of California reveals that California health plans are doing an exceedingly poor job of providing quality care to individuals in need of alcohol and drug dependency treatment. The Healthcare Quality Report Card, issued by the California Office of the Patient Advocate, compares the quality scores of California’s eight largest HMOs against national performance and against each other in 38 clinical categories.