KETV NewsWatch 7 recently reported on a new regulation by the Trump Administration that was designed to create transparency regarding pricing of health care services.
President Donald Trump was quoted saying “Hospitals will be required to publish prices that reflect what people actually pay for services.”
KETV reports that the published price lists don’t create the transparency intended and “the CFOs at Omaha’s hospital groups say an effort at price transparency falls short.”
As part of its investigation, KETV interviewed Fraser Stryker attorney Emily Langdon.
You can read the article and watch the full news story at the following link.
Formed in 1898, Fraser Stryker has grown to become a nationally recognized law firm that represents local, national and multinational clients in complex business transactions and litigation matters.
Fraser Stryker attorneys participate actively in a wide array of community organizations. Visit our home page for more information about us.