October 25, 2016

HCCI To Make "Care Bundle" Methodology More Widely Available To Promote Price Transparency

Setting the stage for new public reporting standard for calculating health care prices

September 12, 2016

Study Finds Consumer-Driven Health Plan Enrollees Spend 1.5 Times More Out of Pocket Than Those with Traditional Coverage

HCCI’s First Look at Health Care Spending For People Enrolled In Consumer-Driven Health Plans Illuminates Spending and Use of Health Care Service Trends

June 20, 2016

Rise in Health Care Spending for People With Diabetes In 2014, Increase in ER Visits and Use of Generic Prescriptions, Finds New Report

Spending for people with diabetes is over $10,000 higher per capita than for those without

May 16, 2016

Higher Prices for Children’s Health Care Drove Spending Growth in 2014, While Use of Services Declined

New Report Points to Price Hikes for Prescriptions Drugs, Hospital Stays, and ER Visits;
Examines State Trends in Spending for Children’s Health Care

April 27, 2016

Some States Pay Twice the Price For Health Care, Finds New Report

Large Commercial Claims Dataset Sheds Light on Price Variation for Common Medical Services

March 2, 2016

Modest Benefit Derived When Consumers Shop For Non-Urgent Care

Contrary to expectations, giving consumers prices so they can shop for health care services may only have a modest effect on reducing health spending

February 25, 2016

HCCI Releases New Independent Research Assessing National and State Health Policies

Examines impact of provider consolidation and nurse practitioners on spending; opioid use among patients seen by physical therapists, and more

October 29, 2015

New Report: Health Care Spending Grew 3.4 Percent in 2014, With More Dollars Going to Brand Drugs

HCCI’s Five Year Analysis Shows Steady Growth in Health Care Spending, Even As Use of Services Declined

September 30, 2015

HCCI Releases New Data to Assess Health Care Markets Across the Country

Healthy Marketplace Index Measures Health Care Prices, Productivity, and Competition from 2011-2013; Allows for Local and National Comparisons to Assess Market “Health”

July 8, 2015

Spending for Children’s Health Care Rising Faster Than Total ESI Population, Finds New Report

July 8, 2015, Washington, DC—Spending on health care for children (ages 0–18) covered by employer-sponsored insurance (ESI) grew an annual average of 5.7 percent per year between 2010 and 2013, compared to 3.9 percent for the total population (ages 0–64) with ESI, finds a new report from the Health Care Cost Institute (HCCI).

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