The Florida Senate passed a bill on Thursday that would give residents more transparency on the costs of health care, writes Health News Florida. The bill (HB 1175), which passed 27-1, requires Florida’s Agency for Health Care Administration to contract with a vendor for a website that will show cost and quality of care. A late amendment was added to allow for more vendors to be eligible to bid. This means the bill has to go back to the House before it can go to the governor.
Read more: CS/CS/HB 1175: Transparency in Health Care