The White House has proposed a rule that would force hospitals that accept Medicare to disclose prices they’ve negotiated with insurers. Medical centers that fail to comply could be fined up to $300 a day under the proposed rule. If finalized, it could take effect in January. (CNBC)

Novartis heart-failure treatment Entresto failed in a new-use trial, missing objectives when used by patients with preserved ejection fraction heart disease. The drug has been approved for reduced fraction heart failure, but a new approval could add $2 billion in annual sales, the company said. (Reuters)

State and local governments are at odds over how to divide any settlements resulting from opioid lawsuits. Some are insisting verdict money must be spent on opioid-related solutions, trying to avoid the situation that arose two decades ago when tobacco-related settlements often went to projects that had little to do with smoking. (Associated Press)

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) released a healthcare proposal that stops short of the full “Medicare for all” reform of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT). Harris’ proposal leaves room for private insurers that would work with the federal government. Another round of Democratic debates is set for this week. (Associated Press)

Add 16 to the number of measles cases recorded in the U.S. this year. This year’s measles outbreak is showing signs of slowing, with the number of new American cases up only 1.4% from the week before. Cases have been recorded in 30 states. (Reuters)