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July 19, 1994 | LESLIE BERKMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A San Diego health care executive has been chosen chief financial officer of an emerging system to improve delivery of health care to Orange County's 275,000 Medi-Cal recipients. The $130,000-a-year post will be filled by P. Victor Gonzalez, formerly chief financial officer of Community Health Group, a health maintenance organization serving 40,000 Medi-Cal enrollees in San Diego, officials of the new Orange County program said Monday.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 19, 1994 | LESLIE BERKMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A San Diego health care executive has been chosen chief financial officer of an emerging system to improve delivery of health care to Orange County's 275,000 Medi-Cal recipients. The $130,000-a-year post will be filled by P. Victor Gonzalez, formerly chief financial officer of Community Health Group, a health maintenance organization serving 40,000 Medi-Cal enrollees in San Diego, officials of the new Orange County program said Monday.
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March 12, 2008 | Charles Ornstein
The leader of Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California strongly denied allegations contained in a whistle-blower lawsuit unsealed last week that the group overcharged the state and federal government by at least $180 million for birth-control pills. In a statement released Tuesday, Kathy Kneer, the group's president and chief executive, called the allegations contained in the federal lawsuit "completely false." P. Victor Gonzalez alleges that he was fired in March 2004 as vice president of finance and administration of the Los Angeles affiliate after raising concerns about the "illegal accounting, billing and donations practices of Planned Parenthood."
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March 8, 2008 | Charles Ornstein, Times Staff Writer
A whistle-blower lawsuit contends that Planned Parenthood affiliates in California overcharged the state and federal governments by at least $180 million for birth-control pills, despite internal and external warnings that its billing practices were improper. In the federal suit, P.
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