Consumers are typically unable to get accurate information about how much medical treatment will cost them before they receive it, a government study has...

Consumers are typically unable to get accurate information about how much medical treatment will cost them before they receive it, a government study has found. The Wall Street Journal looks at the implications of this lack of price transparency.


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