Metro areas highest out-of-pocket healthcare per capita costs U.S. 2015

This statistic shows the metro areas in the U.S. with the highest out-of-pocket healthcare spending per capita during 2015. In that year, the highest out-of-pocket healthcare spending was reported for the Dallas metro area with some 1,043 U.S. dollars per capita on average. The average for the total U.S. stood at 813 dollars per capita of out-of-pocket spending.

Metro areas in the U.S. with the highest out-of-pocket per capita healthcare spending in 2015

Per capita spending in U.S. dollars
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Source

Release date

August 2017

Region

United States

Survey time period

2015

Age group

0-64 years

Supplementary notes

The statistics is based on population aged ages 0 through 64 and covered by employee-sponsored insurance (ESI) for 40 core-based statistical areas (CSBAs) for 2015.

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