California Fines Kaiser Permanente $2.5 Million Over Missing Medicaid Data

(By Chad Terhune for California Healthline produced by Kaiser Health News)

California officials have fined health care giant Kaiser Permanente $2.5 million for failing to turn over required data on patient care to the state’s Medicaid program. Continue reading article here…

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