Bill would require Fla. urgent care centers to disclose charges

02/29/2012 | Sun-Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)

The Florida House on Wednesday passed a bill requiring urgent care centers to post service charges in lobbies including notifications about whether they charge as much as hospital emergency departments. The measure follows an earlier effort to mandate posting of cost information in physician's offices, testing labs and other outpatient centers. That bill was shut down in committees.

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