PPO Quality Ratings Summary 2021-22 Edition

Quality health care is getting the right care at the right time.

This Report Card shows the quality of health care for millions of Californians who get their care through commercial insurance provided by Preferred Provider Organizations (PPOs). The 5 largest PPOs in the state are included in this Report Card.

The PPO Report Card includes health care quality scores for two major areas:

  • Clinical Performance Scores – See the “PPO Uses Treatments Proven to be Effective” column below. To find more information on 11 health conditions/topics go to the dark blue box in the right column.
  • Patient Experience Scores – See the “Patients Rate their Experience” column below. Additional information is found in the light blue box in the right column.

The Report Card also provides other helpful information on each PPO. Click on each health plan name to find its consumer assistance number, service area, website and more.
Learn more about these ratings.

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Click on plan name for plan’s star ratings and information:


The California Office of the Patient Advocate compared PPO members’ records in 2015 to a set of national standards for quality of care to make sure that health plans are offering quality preventive care and service to members.


Members rated ease of getting doctor appointments, tests and treatments during 2015.
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