Politics & Government

May 30, 2014 6:01 PM

NC Senate repeats demand for data on payments to hospitals

Among the reforms the North Carolina legislature passed in 2013 was a law mandating that hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers post the prices they charge for their 20 most common surgeries, 20 most common imaging procedures, and the 100 most common hospital admissions. Now, senators are worried that state regulators might publish less-revealing information.

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