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45 states get an F on healthcare price transparency
Modern Healthcare

State progress on healthcare pricing transparency has slowed around the country, and some states have even stepped backward in providing clearer information to consumers about their healthcare costs.

The Catalyst for Payment Reform and the Health Care Incentives Improvement Institute have released their third annual report card on state price transparency laws, and once again, a majority of states received a failing grade—45 to be exact. Two years ago, only 29 states received Fs.