The $300-a-day fine the Trump administration threatened didn’t offer larger hospitals much of a financial incentive to follow the new rule but posed a larger burden on rural hospitals.

(Bloomberg) –The majority of surveyed U.S. hospitals are ignoring a federal order to publicly post their prices, a new report by an advocacy group found, raising questions about how strongly the Biden administration is enforcing a Trump-era measure.

A review of 1,000 hospitals by Patient Rights Advocate, which supports the price transparency measure, found that only 14% were fully complying with the rule. Others obeyed the pricing rules, but not the other required measures, while a majority did not post sufficient rates.

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