The Mysterious Case of Ohio’s Disappearing Price Transparency Law | THCB

Starting January 1, 2017, the Ohio Healthcare Price Transparency Law requires that patients in Ohio must receive a good-faith estimate of the cost for anticipated healthcare services they are scheduled to receive.  Emergencies are obviously excluded, including hospital admissions for acute issues.  The estimate must provide the amount to be charged, the insurance share and the patient share.

Source: The Mysterious Case of Ohio’s Disappearing Price Transparency Law | THCB

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