AHA Comments to CMS on the Transparency in Coverage Proposed Rule

AHA comments to CMS on the transparency in coverage proposed rule. The AHA appreciates the Departments of the Treasury, Labor, and Health and Human Services’ (collectively, the departments) effort to increase the availability of useful information for patients, specifically, the proposal to improve patient access to estimates of their individual cost-sharing liability prior to care.

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