Cost-containment plan boosts price transparency

Massachusetts' plan to cap the rise of healthcare costs may be tied into price transparency for consumers, reported Stateline News. Massachusetts payers and providers will both offer pricing information to consumers starting in October. Under state law, penalties may be levied on providers if they exceed the 3.6 percent cap on healthcare costs. Article

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