Lack Of Bids Means High Ca. Inmate Health Costs

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Most medical service contracts for treatment of California inmates are awarded without competitive bids, resulting in millions of dollars in unnecessary costs, concludes a new state audit. “Flawed” contract negotiations with private hospitals, specialty-care physicians and laboratories are driving up expenses, auditors said, according to the Sacramento Bee. Contract costs have increased 15 percent in
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