The Debate Over Transparency

Having more information is a must.

Among many other issues, we know of the debate over transparency with regard to all aspects of our health care.

As we reported before, here are related posts:

In 2020, the Debate Over Transparency Goes On

Recently, Wolters Klur conducted a major survey on the American healthcare system. Note: Click the image below to access the 15-page summary of the report. A free login is required.

“Healthcare continues to be elevated to the national stage. Hospital leaders, those on the front lines of care, and consumers are assessing their priorities In the coming year (2020), and beyond. Due to shifting healthcare policies and rising costs.”

“Providers and payers are preparing for a cadre of tougher policies on everything from sharing patient data across a broader network of healthcare players to more pricing transparency. Including real-time pricing. As well as information about medications. Hospital leaders are making tough decisions on how to squeeze further costs out of the system and more effectively manage care over the next few years. And, consumers are contemplating the best ways to manage their own health under the burden of higher costs, new models of care, and rules on benefits and coverage.”

The Debate Over Transparency
 

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