Healthcare purchasers seeking to improve price transparency for patients would do well to look first at the pricing data that insurance companies have, and uninsured consumers should look to hospitals and other providers for the information.

Those are core recommendations in a recent report from the Healthcare Financial Management Association. HFMA convened a task force that included insurance, provider, employer, consultant and consumer representatives to identify how patients can receive reliable information on the cost of their care.

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