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Kaiser rated state’s top Medicare/Medicaid plan


The National Committee for Quality Assurance has rated Kaiser Permanente Hawaii the top Medicare and Medicaid plan in the state.

In the NCQA’s 2010-11 Health Insurance Plan Rankings, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Hawaii ranked No. 12 among 183 Medicare plans nationwide and second among 104 Medicaid plans based on quality and member satisfaction.

"While others are just starting to move toward integrated, customized care, Kaiser Permanente is already successfully putting our patients first and leveraging technology to provide them with the highest quality of care and most convenient experience," Kaiser President Janet Liang, said in a statement. 

The rankings are based on clinical quality, member satisfaction, and NCQA Accreditation scores among all reporting Medicaid and Medicare plans in the nation.

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