Topic: Price Transparency
Hospitals are already signaling a legal challenge to a final rule from CMS on price transparency, but the agency is ready.
CMS issued a proposed rule and a final rule aimed at increasing price transparency from hospitals and insurers.
In two new policy papers, the American College of Physicians recommended changes to help stem the high cost of prescription drugs.
How should hospitals prioritize to reduce variability, increase transparency, and control costs— to restore consumer confidence?
Haven is partnering with two national health insurers to launch the first salvo in its disruption of the healthcare system.
Final OPPS rules were released Friday, but a proposal that would require hospitals to post "shoppable prices" remains on hold—at least for now.
California health officials have released their first report on the price hikes drug companies sought to shield.
Here is a rundown of major regulations and legislation to expect for the rest of 2019, from the Stark Law to drug prices.
Increased transparency in healthcare and a move toward healthcare consumerism could become standard.
CMS will deliver a decision next month that could force hospitals to post payer-negotiated rates online for certain services by the beginning of 2020.