Episode 31

What the price transparency ruling means for providers


July 14th, 2020

22 mins 56 secs

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About this Episode

CMS has been pushing providers on price transparency for years, but hospital leaders have been opposed to this kind of transparency. Recently, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia rejected a lawsuit filed by a coalition of hospital groups arguing that a rule CMS finalized last year that will require hospitals to publish the prices they negotiate with insures is unlawful. Host Rachel (Rae) Woods sits down with finance expert, Robin Brand, to talk about what this ruling means for providers and how hospitals can start to focus efforts around price transparency and the entire patient financial journey.

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