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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Price Transparency Research Cited in Report to Senate Budget Committee

Healthcare Expenditures

A white paper on Price Transparency in the Healthcare Market produced by the UCSF/UC Hastings Consortium on Law, Science & Health Policy has been cited in a Brookings Institute testimony to the U.S. Senate Budget Committee. The report, regarding "Containing Health Care Costs: Recent Progress and Remaining Challenges", was presented by Kavita Patel, the Managing Director for Clinical Transformation and Delivery at Brookings' Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform. See the full Brookings Institute report here and more on the Consortium's Price Transparency research here.

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