My 3rd- & last supervisors were exceptional, and not coincidentally as a result, so we're those teams statistically and competitively compared to others in our department.
It has always been about who you know at Molina. Staff in leadership positions get the jobs based on who they know not on experience. Many of those at the top have no experience on how to manage clinical operations in a managed care environment starting with the half time CMO. This trickles down to those who report to the CMO. Managers tend to manage up to make themselves look good at the expense of our members and staff.