Twenty-five percent of Massachusetts residents consider the rising costs of health care a crisis. State lawmakers are considering a range of responses , from regulating prices to finding ways to move beyond traditional fee-for-service medicine. But while legislators mull those changes, one easy step insurers could take on their own would be to help price-conscious consumers help themselves save money by providing more transparency on prices .
Health care | Editorial
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