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Nov
12

POLITICO Pulse: Health Care Cost Institute Finds More Evidence of Wild Price Swings

HCCI's Past the Healthy Marketplace Index reports were mentioned in POLITICO's Pulse Newsletter.  From the newsletter: "In reports set to be released this morning, the institute digs into the varying prices of procedures across the country, and even within the same area. For instance, one report probes the actual prices paid for common services across 100 metro areas; the same blood test in T...
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Oct
31

Modern Healthcare: Caring for oldest, sickest patients now a growth business

HCCI's research on spending for individuals with employer-sponsored health insurance was featured in an article for Modern Healthcare. From the article: "Spending per person with employer-sponsored insurance was about $5,900 in 2018, according to the Health Care Cost Institute's latest data." Caring for Medicare Advantage patients now a growth business Medicare Advantage patients are the unlikely ...
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Oct
26

GAO: Anesthesia Services: Differences between Private and Medicare Payments Likely Due to Providers’ Strong Negotiating Position

HCCI's 2018 HCCUR report was cited in a GAO study on Medicare payments for anesthesia services.  From the report: "The Health Care Cost Institute calculated that in 2017 private insurance payments ranged from 2 to 7 times Medicare payments, on average, across six common services provided by anesthesiologists in 33 states. Wide state-to-state variation within specific services was reported." U...
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Oct
19

KFF: Trends in Overall and Non-COVID-19 Hospital Admissions

HCCI's research on the utilization of preventive health care during the coronavirus pandemic was featured in an issue brief by KFF.  From the article: "An analysis of data from 18 states that was published by the Health Care Cost Institute found similar patterns for childhood vaccinations and cancer screenings." Trends in Overall and Non-COVID-19 Hospital Admissions – Issue Brief – 9560 | KFF...
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Oct
15

Modern Healthcare: 1.9 Million Years of Life Have Been Lost During the Pandemic

HCCI's research in conjunction with the Berkeley Research Group on years of life lost during the coronavirus pandemic was featured in Modern Healthcare. From the article: "About 1.9 million years of life have been lost from April to August, which is a 13% increase over the historical average, according to a Health Care Cost Institute analysis that compared obituary and life exp...
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