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Costs to treat select acute conditions in 2015, by setting

Out-of-pocket costs to treat selected acute conditions in 2015, by setting

by Matej Mikulic, last edited Jul 6, 2017
Costs to treat select acute conditions in 2015, by setting This statistic displays the out-of-pocket costs to treat selected acute medical conditions in three settings in 2015. Out-of-pocket costs can be defined as costs that an insured person must pay directly to a health care provider, without assistance from a third party (government or insurance). According to the study, out-of-pocket treatment costs for an ear infection are around 36 U.S. dollars in a retail clinic, compared to 414 dollars in an emergency room setting. Per the study, almost 30 percent of conditions treated in an emergency room could have been treated in a retail clinic at much less cost.
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Out-of-pocket costs to treat selected acute conditions in 2015, by setting

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by Matej Mikulic, last edited Jul 6, 2017
This statistic displays the out-of-pocket costs to treat selected acute medical conditions in three settings in 2015. Out-of-pocket costs can be defined as costs that an insured person must pay directly to a health care provider, without assistance from a third party (government or insurance). According to the study, out-of-pocket treatment costs for an ear infection are around 36 U.S. dollars in a retail clinic, compared to 414 dollars in an emergency room setting. Per the study, almost 30 percent of conditions treated in an emergency room could have been treated in a retail clinic at much less cost.
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