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The New York Times Shines a Bright Light on Healthcare Pricing -- What Should We All See?
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[Opinion]
Aug. 27, 2021

"[P]rice transparency alone is not the cure for the disease plaguing U.S. healthcare. Rather, it is a symptom of a larger, far-reaching affliction -- acceptance of the status quo. Payers, particularly employers who provide the majority of coverage in this country, must REFUSE to continue to tolerate high costs overall, uneven quality, and providers whose higher comparative costs do not correlate to better health outcomes. Instead, self-funded employers should work with their advisors to find ways to incent and reward efficient, cost-conscious health systems and practitioners who provide better care at lower costs."

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