In Gobeille v. Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, the U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled on a challenge to a Vermont law requiring disclosure of payments relating to healthcare claims and other information relating to healthcare services to a state agency. We believe that advocates of healthcare transparency may need to adjust their data collection strategies as a result of the Supreme Court ruling that ERISA pre-empted the Vermont statute as it applies to ERISA plans. We analyzed the decision in their article “Supreme Court decision impacts price transparency efforts,” published April 12, 2016, by Managed Healthcare Executive magazine.

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