Kaiser’s arbitration clause satisfied H&S Code 1363.1’s requirement that a health plan’s arbitration clause be prominently displayed immediately before the patient’s signature.  The enrollment was by computer.  The arbitration clause appeared just before a button marked “save” and a warning that by hitting that button, the patient would be agreeing to Kaiser’s terms and conditions and enrolling in the health plan.  The button was an electronic signature.  The trial court properly found on substantial evidence that the plaintiff, not an employer representative, had hit that button.  The evidence showed that the first step of enrolling was for the employee to select a password, which only he knew, assuring that he alone would complete the rest of the enrollment screens.