On May 6, 2010, the House Energy and Commerce Health Subcommittee has scheduled a hearing on health care pricing transparency legislation, focusing on H.R. 4700, the "Transparency In All Health Care Pricing Act of 2010"; H.R. 2249, the "Health Care Price Transparency Promotion Act Of 2009"; and H.R. 4803, the "Patient’s Right To Know Act." The broadest of these bills, H.R. 4700, would require all hospitals, physicians, nurses, pharmacies, pharmaceutical manufacturers, dentists, insurers, and other such entities to publicly disclose, on a continuing basis, all prices for health care related items, products, services, or procedures. The disclosure, which would be available at the point of purchase, in print, and on the internet, would be required to include all wholesale, retail, subsidized, discounted, or other such prices the entity accepts as payment in full. The HHS Secretary would be authorized to impose civil fines or other civil penalties “as determined appropriate by the Secretary” for failure to comply with this requirement.