There’s an old saying you may have heard if you ever stood between the television and someone who was trying to watch it: “You make a better door than a window.” That saying could also be used to describe the current state of health care transparency. When health care is transparent, consumers can learn about its cost and quality before they get care. Unfortunately, the health care system still offers consumers more doors than windows.
Month: September 2014 Blogs
Consumers have a hard time finding information about provider quality and an even harder time trusting it, according to The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research who recently released the results of a survey conducted in May and June.