Trump's Big Health Care Win: Hospitals Must Disclose Prices Starting in 2021

 

 

 

New federal regulations finalized Nov. 15 require hospitals to make public all the prices they negotiate with insurers and health plans, starting in 2021. The aim is to untangle the hospital marketplace with a wave of consumer-friendly information that will promote competition that leads to lower costs.

 

Hospitals are not happy, but advocates of well-informed, patient-centered health care should be cheering.

 

I am a professor of health policy at the Price School and Schaeffer Center at USC and have published several papers and worked with startups that aim to improve price transparency and consumer decision-making. I’m among those cheering.

 

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