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Average Medicare Charges for Hospital Outpatient Services

Find the average price in calendar year 2016 for various types of hospital outpatient charges to Medicare patients. File should show charges by physician name, state average and national average prices. Extremely difficult to use, even if somewhat familiar with using Excel files.  From CMS updated 2019.

Colorado Diabetes and Cardiac Care Costs 2016

Find the general average cost of diabetes care and cardiovascular care in Colorado in 2016.  Scroll to page 11 where the cost summary begins. Shows costs in seven different markets including Denver, Colorado Springs and Fort Collins, as well as overall average for Colorado. Retail drug costs are not included. Click on 2017 Healthcare Data Summary. Published by Colo. Business Group on Health (CBGH), 2017.

Montana Hospital Outpatient Surgery and Test Costs

Compare MT hospital charges for ambulatory surgery and diagnostic tests such as colonoscopy, sigmoidoscopy, breast biopsy, cardiac stress tests, cardiac catheterization. All prices EXCLUDE surgeon fees and other physician costs. PricePoint system shows facility prices in the past, for common surgical procedures such as tonsillectomy, cataracts, ear tubes, knee cartilage, bunions (median $5483, $2000 more for big toe), child’s appendix removal, carpal tunnel, skin lesions, upper GI endoscopy; x ray, CT, MRI and other radiology imaging prices listed; 2015 costs

Texas – Diabetes Patient Charges and Quality of Care, 2017 (TBGH)

2017 report on Type 2 Diabetes shows average 2016 charges for inpatient hospital, outpatient, office visits, ambulatory surgery, emergency room, insulin and other drugs, for diabetes patients in Austin, Bryan/College Station, Dallas, El Paso, Ft. Worth/Arlington, Galveston, Houston, Lubbock, San Antonio,  Tyler, TX and Overall Texas avareg. Quality results and national comparisons also shown. Click on press release to access the full report. Published by Texas Business Group on Health, 2018

Virginia Healthcare Prices (2015)

Find average price ALLOWED in 2015 for 30 common healthcare services, including hospitalizations (maternity), outpatient xray/imaging, CT and MRI tests; colonoscopy, mammogram; inpatient or ambulatory surgery (e.g. hernia, gall bladder, knee replacement, tonsillectomy, kidney stones); and ER or office visits. Shows costs but doesn’t identify if it’s facility cost only or INCLUDES the surgeon or other physician fees. Each service shows the average allowed amount that you or your insurance plan paid in 2015. More relevant than most pricing information, but confusing because of the doctor fee questions. From Virginia Health Information (VHI), updated Dec. 2016

Self-Reported Average Costs – Medica (Health Plan Contract Rates) Editor's Pick

Main Street Medica provides average cost ranges by hospital or clinic name, for 19 common hospital inpatient stays, 29 outpatient surgery procedures, over 50 diagnostic imaging tests, nearly 80 types of office visits; medical equipment, prosthetics, & supplies for diabetes & ostomy care, chiropractors. Also gives comparative costs for a few generic vs. prescription drugs. General range of lab test costs are in the Choosing Quality Care section. Includes Minnesota, Fargo, Bismark and Grand Forks, ND, Sioux Falls, SD and many WI hospitals and clinics. Reported price estimates apply to Medica Choice Network services, not necessarily the general public. Dates of prices are not disclosed.Links to quality reports from MN Health Scores and Hospital Compare. Site is very responsive and easy to use if you search by Procedure, Disease or Condition. Medica is a Twin Cities-based NCQA-accredited health insurance plan serving 1.2 million people.

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Medical Cost Advocate Editor's Pick

If you need help negotiating your bills, this commercial company will help get the price down. They take 35% of the savings.

Prevention Makes Common "Cents"

Detailed report by US Department of Health and Human Services (September 2003) addressing the cost of disease and illness. Specific sections are included on Overweight and Obesity, Diabetes, Cardiovascular (Heart) Disease, Asthma, and Tobacco Use. Metabolic Syndrome also discussed

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