The trial court improperly entered summary judgment for defendant on class claims that it violated H&S Code 1374.72, which requires parity of treatment for mental illness as for physical illness, and Civ. Code 51 by treating persons with mental disabilities less well than those with physical disabilities.  Plaintiffs’ evidence raised triable issues of fact as to whether Kaiser’s reimbursement and other policies forced plan members with mental disabilities into group therapy even when individual therapy was medically indicated by, among other things, assigning so many mental patients to a single doctor that he could not see all of them on a regular basis as needed.