FRESNO, Calif. - A California appeals court in an unpublished July 21 decision affirmed summary judgment in favor of a health care service plan in a suit brought by a hospital over reimbursement rates and agreed with the lower court that amendment would be futile because the trial court correctly concluded that the hospital failed to provide any evidence of a mutual mistake of fact and, therefore, amending the complaint would have been an idle act (Doctors Medical Center of Modesto Inc. v. Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Inc., No. F066017, Calif. App., 5th Div.; 2014 Cal. App. Unpub. LEXIS 5086).