Making it easier for people to access healthcare price information (such as the services we provide at Compass) is making a difference. Consumers are comparing price information in order to make smarter healthcare decisions. Public Agenda, a non-profit policy research organization, published an article entitled, “Still Searching: How People Use Health Care Price Information in the United States,” that examined the results of a survey it conducted with Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (one of THE biggest names in healthcare policy research) and the New York State Health Foundation that looked at how people use healthcare price information and whether this information1Read Our Blog
"Does that mean what I think it means?? I’m about to shed happy tears if so. $20 is definitely doable. Thousands upon thousands was not. Words just can’t explain how outstanding you guys have been through everything. Thanks so much!"