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For help filing a complaint against a PPO go to the [https://www.opa.ca.gov/filingcomplaints/Pages/default.aspx '''Office of the Patient Advocate''']  
 
For help filing a complaint against a PPO go to the [https://www.opa.ca.gov/filingcomplaints/Pages/default.aspx '''Office of the Patient Advocate''']  
  
You can also call the Department of Insurance for assistance at: 800-927-4357
 
  
'''Publications available:''' The California Patient's Guide: Your Health Care Rights and Remedies
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You can also call the '''Department of Insurance''' for assistance at: 800-927-4357
  
  
 
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MANAGED HEALTH CARE (DEPARTMENT OF) go back


As of July 1, 2000 the Health Plan Program and the administration of the Knox-Knee Health Plan Act of 1975, as amended by the 1999 HMO reform legislation, has transferred to the new Department of Managed Health Care. The Department of Managed Health Care regulates HMO's, and PPO's and can assist you when filing a complaint.


Department of Managed Health Care

California Help Center

980 9th Street, Suite 500 Sacramento, CA 95814-2725

(888) 466-2219

(877) 688-9891 (TDD)

www.hmohelp.ca.gov


Assistance is available 24 hours per day, 7 days a week for consumers who need assistance with their HMO. Call center staff can assist consumers with a variety of issues including (but not limited to) quality of care, prescriptions, preventative testing, and information regarding the DMHC's complaint process. A complaint form is available on the DMHC's web site.

For help filing a complaint against a PPO go to the Office of the Patient Advocate


You can also call the Department of Insurance for assistance at: 800-927-4357


Publications available: The California Patient's Guide: Your Health Care Rights and Remedies