Pursuant to Section 1382 of the California Health and Safety Code, the Division
of Financial Oversight is responsible for conducting routine financial
examinations of each health plan and issuing a public report for each plan a
minimum of once every five years. In addition to routine examinations, the
Department conducts orientation examinations one year after licensing a new
health plan and conducts non-routine financial examinations of health plans as
may be needed. Financial examinations are conducted of all licensed health plans
including full-service and all specialty health plans. The purpose of the
financial examinations is to evaluate and report on regulatory compliance with
the Knox Keene Act. Each financial examination discusses plan performance in the
areas of health plan fiscal and administrative functions.
Final (public) reports that have been issued since July 1, 2001 are available on
this website for review and are listed under the name of each health plan.
Please select a Health Plan from the drop-down menu below to see a list of documents available regarding the particular plan.