State weighs adding data to health transparency site | News4Jax

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – There is no “launch date” for new data to be uploaded to a Florida website aimed at improving health-care price transparency, a top state official told members of an advisory council on Thursday.

Molly McKinstry, deputy secretary for health quality assurance at the Agency for Health Care Administration, said the state hasn’t decided when to make the updated cost information about care at local hospitals available on the FloridaHealthPriceFinder website.

“That’s something we’re considering,” McKinstry told members of the State Consumer Health Information and Policy Advisory Council when asked about the agency’s plans.

The council assists the agency in how the state collects and shares health care data and recommends improvements.

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State weighs adding data to health transparency site.