CAPP Groups Receive Highest Quality Rankings from California’s Office of the Patient Advocate

Five of CAPP’s California-based medical groups achieved outstanding ratings from the state’s Office of the Patient Advocate in their recently released 2017 Medical Group report card for Medicare Advantage Plans.

The Permanente Medical Group, Palo Alto Medical Foundation, Southern California Permanente Medical Group, Sharp Rees-Stealy and HealthCarePartners Medical Group all received ratings of 4.5 stars or higher on a 5-star scale.

“The California OPA ratings are further evidence that CAPP’s multispecialty medical groups and health systems provide superior quality care compared to a majority of their peers in the marketplace,” said CAPP Executive Director Laura Fegraus. “Our groups draw on CAPP’s five pillars to offer patients coordinated, physician-led, technologically-enabled health care. The evidence speaks for itself.”

OPA’s Medicare Report Cards provide unbiased, precise ratings on 186 medical groups from 39 different counties in California. The report card serves as an online tool that allows users to search for medical groups by county or alphabetically and easily compare quality ratings side by side. It includes information on 13 separate clinical measures.

CAPP congratulates our member groups on their outstanding performance.

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