In this podcast from AHA’s The Value Initiative, UCHealth in Aurora, Colo., shares how it uses digital tools to give patients an individualized out-pocket cost estimate. These types of tools meet one of the two requirements in the federal hospital price transparency rule. For more on the rule and AHA’s price transparency resources, log in to this AHA webpage. (The Chrome web browser is recommended for accessing this podcast.)

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