In addition to publishing annual Health Care Cost and Utilization Reports, HCCI supports and conducts cutting edge non-partisan research that focuses on a variety of topics that deal with the drivers of US health care costs. Independent academic and actuarial researchers who meet appropriate qualifications can apply for access to the data to perform specific research projects.


Current Report

The 2015 Health Care Cost and Utilization Report shows that spending per privately insured person grew by 4.6 percent, faster than in previous years. Price increases were the primary driver.

Explore the 2015 Report