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Only three states received a top grade for their health care price transparency. (Photo: iStock)

Slowly, state laws requiring price transparency for health care-related costs are beginning to work. However, much room for progress remains, as can be seen in the results of the fourth annual state pricing transparency survey.

Dan Cook


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