Georgia flunks healthcare reporting
Georgia scored an “F” on its reporting of healthcare costs, based on a study released now.
We’re certainly one of 29 claims that flunked around the healthcare cost transparency report in the Catalyst for Payment Reform, a nonprofit group that actually works to enhance how companies and people purchase healthcare.
The report analyzes how good condition laws and regulations give people details about the typical or expected price of health services.
We shouldn’t feel bad. Couple of states-Massachusetts and Nh-earned an “A.” Only 12 states earned a “B” or “C.” Maybe they should’ve graded around the curve.