AHA Urges HHS to Delay the Effective Date of the Hospital Price Transparency Rule

AHA urges HHS, to delay the effective date of the hospital price transparency rule – due to the burden it would represent for hospitals and health systems in the midst of responding to the COVID-19 public health emergency – until the matter is settled by the courts.

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