Study: We're a long way from consumers using data
A new study has found that the usefulness of tools meant to promote transparency in healthcare are now being questioned. Research by the Center for Studying Health System Change cited various health plans that are now developing ways to help consumers compare the costs and quality of healthcare as being limited in its usefulness. Often, information is found to be lacking.
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