U.S. out-of-pocket per capita spending for insureds with diabetes by gender 2012-2014

This statistic shows the out-of-pocket per capita spending on health services for insured individuals in the U.S. with diabetes from 2012 to 2014 by gender, in U.S. dollars. It was found that in 2014 insured men with diabetes spent an average 1,845 dollars out-of-pocket on health services, while women spent 2,060 dollars.

Out-of-pocket per capita health spending in the U.S. for insured individuals with diabetes from 2012 to 2014, by gender

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Release date

June 2016


United States

Survey time period

2012 to 2014

Age group

0-64 years

Supplementary notes

All data weighted to reflect the national, younger than 65 ESI population.
Data from 2013 and 2014 adjusted using actuarial completion.
All per capita dollars from allowd amounts.
All figures rounded.

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