Hospitals charge highly variable prices, CMS data show

Hospitals charge the government vastly different prices for the same procedure performed on Medicare patients, CMS data show, and often people who are uninsured bear the heaviest cost burden under the system. Experts say the data fuel questions about how providers determine prices for care.

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