Trump Administration Releases Healthcare Price Transparency Requirements

Article written by: Keith A. Reynolds, Medical Economics, November 19, 2019

President Donald J. Trump’s administration is seeking to bring more price transparency into the healthcare market through a pair of new rules released by HHS on November 15.

The rules are in response to Trump’s June 24 executive order on improving price and quality transparency in the healthcare system. They’re being implemented by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and are aimed at increasing price transparency to increase competition among hospitals, group health plans, and health insurers in the individual and group markets... Read the full article here.


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