New reform measures target fraud, kickbacks in California’s end-of-life care industry

This article is related to SB 664, Supported by CANHR. By Kim Christensen, Los Angeles Times, April 30 2021 A well-worn office building on Victory Boulevard in Van Nuys is home to more than a dozen hospice providers. Los Angeles County hospices have multiplied sixfold in the last decade and now account for more than half of the state’s roughly 1,200 Medicare-certified providers.