Howard Kahn

LA Care

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Chief Executive Officer of LA Care health plan, the nation’s largest public health plan and a co-sponsor of this week’s free clinic at the Los Angeles Sports Arena

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California's version  of the Affordable Care Act is going better than many others, but that doesn't mean there aren't problems.

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Almost 5000 people have already signed up for  Care Harbor  at the Sports Arena in downtown LA where 3200 volunteer doctors, nurses and other practitioners will be providing free…

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