Nonprofit health plans are shortchanging us.
As nonprofit entities, they have a legal duty to serve the public good—to make health care more accessible and affordable. With $500 billion in annual revenue, they could do a lot of good. But most act little different from for-profit companies. I created this website to shine a light on that failure.
Kaiser Permanente gets regulator to bar public access to info that could “discredit” it
California regulators agreed to a request by Kaiser to keep information about the nonprofit health plan confidential in order to keep it out of the hands of labor unions. Read more.
The nonprofit whose top executive earns more than Apple’s CEO
Delta Dental of California, which provides dental plans under the Delta name in California and 15 other states, is a tax-exempt “social welfare” organization. But it doesn’t act like one. Read more.