Cindy Ehnes, managed care watchdog

Cain, Brad
November 2007
HealthLeaders Magazine;Nov2007, Vol. 10 Issue 11, p37
The article focuses on Cindy Ehnes, director of the California Department of Managed Health Care, who makes decisions that affect the lives of over 20 million people in California. According to Ehnes, policy leaders must be willing to take on the third-rail issues because a failure to do so leaves the public unprotected.


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