Colorado hospitals will have to hand over more financial information under two new laws

Colorado Public Radio: Hospitals will have to give the public and the state government more information about their finances and operations under a pair of bills to be signed by Gov. Jared Polis today.

The bipartisan proposals build on earlier measures that required hospitals to report financial details to the state, including audited financial statements.

One of the new measures, HB23-1226, adds additional disclosure requirements. For example, starting next July, hospital chains will have to provide details about their acquisitions of new practices, their plans for major construction projects and details about how they shuffle money around.

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