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Bucknell Institute for Public Policy Poll Finds Few People Seek Health Care Pricing

Amid recent health care reform proposals meant to encourage consumers to take more control of their health care spending, a new Bucknell Institute for Public Policy (BIPP) national poll conducted last month shows that just over a quarter (27.6 percent) of Americans seek pricing information about health care/medical procedures. The survey data suggests that most consumers are likely to have difficulty in finding the prices necessary to make more informed decisions.

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