Daniel Zingale

California Endowment

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Senior vice president at the California Endowment and founding director of the Department of Managed Health Care; chief of staff to then-California First Lady Maria Shriver and senior advisor to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger

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The giant HMO Kaiser Permanente has a history of bucking the healthcare establishment by snapping up new technology and encouraging physicians with different specialties to work…

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The giant HMO Kaiser Permanente has a history of bucking the healthcare establishment by snapping up new technology and encouraging physicians with different specialties to work…

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