In recent years, the movement for a better, more accountable health care system seems to have gained steam — and many believe that former President Trump’s price transparency executive order was a substantial step in the right direction in achieving that accountability.
I recently had the opportunity to speak with Will Bruhn, “Chief Operating Officer of Global Appropriateness Measures, a collaboration of health care experts committed to the goal of measuring high-value care and reducing waste.”
Bruhn, who is also “the Co-Founder of Restoring Medicine, a resource for businesses and patients to combat the high costs of health care,” is passionate about price transparency as a means to reduce the cost of health care, as well as bureaucratic bloat.
During our discussion (which can be listened to via the SoundCloud embed or read in full below), Bruhn talks about Trump’s EO, why transparency doesn’t already exist in the industry, why hospitals and insurance companies charge so much, what’s keeping legislators from enacting transparency
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