California Fails in Healthcare Costs Transparency

ReportCardA new national report gives California a “D” for its overall legislative effort to make healthcare cost information more accessible to consumers. California health care cost transparency laws are seriously lacking says a new study which looked at how much health care pricing information is readily available to consumers. Thirty-six states received a “D” or “F” and only 14 got a grade of “C” or better. Massachusetts and New Hampshire were the only states to receive an “A,” according to a recent report at the Napa Valley Patch.

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