Find 2021 ER visit and urgent care prices for common visits to WI emergency departments (ER) or hospital-based urgent care. Examples of typical charges: mood disorders, urinary tract infection (UTI), abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting or teeth problems. Shows median (middle) price for ER (2021) WITHOUT the physician’s fee. It also shows how many cases the hospital treated. If the hospital has on-site urgent care, it will show that price also. Example: Statewide, hospitals charged $2,910 (median charge during 2021) in the ER for urinary tract infection (UTI), but a lower $530 in its urgent care service. Free-standing community Urgent Care clinics are not included in these prices. Fifty (50) services are listed. The tool did not provide information for every hospital, when tested May 24, 2022. Nor did statewide or county results show every time. It also may be difficult to find what you’re looking for, since common problems such as “breathing problems” are not listed. Still, Wisconsin Hospital Association’s PricePoint makes comparing hospital prices possible. This site is one of the more timely sites for healthcare price transparency. Compare hospitals downtown vs. those in the suburbs. Consumers may wish to add at least 2.5% medical inflation, depending on the hospital, to estimate 2022 prices. The average hospital price increase for WI hospitals that raised prices in 2021, was 4.46% (reported Jan. 14, 2022). But 4 hospitals raised prices more than 15% last year. Updated 2022.