San Diego’s Sharp Health Plan Nabs ‘Excellent’ Rating From Quality Assurance Nonprofit
Sharp received top marks in the categories of access, consumer experience and helping people stay healthy.
Sharp Health Plan Earns Top Marks From Nonprofit Ratings Group
San Diego’s Sharp Health Plan has earned a rating of “excellent” from the nonprofit National Committee for Quality Assurance. The NCQA bases its ratings on clinical performance and customer satisfaction. It takes into account clinical data provided by insurers, patient surveys and reports from independent auditors. (Goldberg, 2/14)
In other news from across the state —
Orange County Register:
Costa Mesa Planning Commission Denies Permits For More Sober-Living Homes
Costa Mesa planning commissioners denied three permits to a sober-living operator Monday, Feb. 12 and rescheduled hearings for two other applications. ...Some commissioners raised concerns over the number of residents that would live on the Cabrillo Street properties. (Casiano, 2/13)