Treating Lung Disease – Corticosteroid Medication 2019-20 Edition

When comparing plans, small differences between scores are expected. The larger differences are important.

Treating Lung Disease – Corticosteroid Medication

  • (Worse)
  • (Better)
Kaiser Permanente - Northern California - HMO 91%
Horizontal bar, 91 units
Horizontal bar, 91 units
Kaiser Permanente - Southern California - HMO 88%
Horizontal bar, 88 units
Horizontal bar, 88 units
Aetna Health of California, Inc. - HMO 73%
Horizontal bar, 73 units
Anthem Blue Cross - HMO 73%
Horizontal bar, 73 units
Blue Shield of California/Blue Shield Life - PPO 71%
Horizontal bar, 71 units
Anthem Blue Cross - PPO 69%
Horizontal bar, 69 units
Blue Shield of California - HMO 69%
Horizontal bar, 69 units
Aetna - PPO 67%
Horizontal bar, 67 units
Horizontal bar, 67 units
Sharp Health Plan - HMO 61%
Horizontal bar, 61 units
UnitedHealthcare of California - HMO 61%
Horizontal bar, 61 units
Western Health Advantage - HMO 56%
Horizontal bar, 56 units
UnitedHealthcare Insurance Co., Inc. - PPO 55%
Horizontal bar, 55 units
Health Net of California, Inc. - HMO 53%
Horizontal bar, 53 units
Horizontal bar, 50 units
Health Net Life Insurance Company - PPO Too few patients in sample to report
Score for top health plans nationwide  85%       
Score that ranks a health plan in the top 10% of all commercial health plans in the US.

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