‘The trust is not there,’ said Yale cardiologist Harlan Krumholz.
State officials have reported overall numbers of nursing home cases. But loved ones, barred from visitation, want more specific information.
A bill designed to help Connecticut officials peer into the black box of drug pricing won final approval from a unanimous state Senate early Wednesday, and will now go to the governor. Proponents of the measure called it a necessary first step toward curbing expensive prescription drug prices.
Without transparency of quality data and health care costs, patients cannot make informed decisions nor be fully engaged in their own health care.