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Report Finds Oregon Patients and Providers Need Better Information on the Cost of Health Care

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Oregon consumers are paying more and have less ability to make informed decisions about their health care due to opaque prices for health care services, according to a report released by OSPIRG Foundation and Frontier Group. The report provides an in-depth analysis of the power of price transparency to contain costs and improve the experience of care for patients and health care providers, and identifies evidence-based policies and strategies for Oregon to advance health care price transparency.

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