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In The News
The following recent articles reference CPR's efforts
to reform how we pay for care:
California calls for more disclosure of medical costs (video chat)
Los Angeles Times, May 9, 2013
Bargain hunting for health care
ABC11, May 9, 2013
How much does a mammogram cost? Its hard to find out.
The Indy Star, April 12, 2013
Moving towards value
Managed HealthCare Executive, April 1, 2013
How Fortune 500 companies plan to cut health costs: Act like Medicare
The Washington Post, March 27, 2013
Slow Progress on Efforts to Pay for Value
Kaiser Health News/USA Today, March 26, 2013
Many States Don't Require Disclosure of Prices for Medical Procedures
Washington Post, March 26, 2013
Health Care Prices Remain a Mystery in Most States
Forbes, March 18, 2013
Most of U.S. Flunks Health Price Transparency Test
Marketwatch, March 18, 2013
Health Care Pricing Transparency for All
USA Today, March 5, 2013