Cesarean section delivery costs without insurance in the U.S. in 2016, by state

Cost of c-section delivery without insurance in the U.S. in 2016, by state (in U.S. dollars)

Cesarean section delivery costs without insurance in the U.S. in 2016, by state This statistic depicts the average cost of having a baby delivered via cesarean section without health insurance in the U.S. as of 2016, by state. According to the data, Alaska had the highest cost for c-sections without insurance with an average cost of over 28 thousand dollars.
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Cost of c-section delivery without insurance in the U.S. in 2016, by state (in U.S. dollars)

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Cost in U.S. dollars
Alabama12,593.6
Louisiana13,225.1
Arkansas13,602.12
Rhode Island13,610.95
Maine13,761.92
Ohio13,820.24
Utah13,887.42
Nebraska13,893.06
Hawaii14,147.39
Delaware14,367.51
Idaho14,405.24
West Virginia14,508.64
Kentucky14,518.31
Michigan14,530.95
Iowa14,590.62
Montana14,641.75
Kansas14,651.73
New Mexico14,677.68
Mississippi14,955.9
Oklahoma15,055.99
South Carolina15,103.24
Minnesota15,231.75
South Dakota15,406.29
Missouri15,534.41
North Carolina15,670.46
Maryland15,820.97
Washington16,439.41
Tennessee16,465.34
Colorado16,574.7
Indiana16,602.23
Georgia16,711.12
New Hampshire16,803.04
Virginia16,970.82
Oregon16,973.33
North Dakota16,993.96
Arizona17,198.69
Pennsylvania17,452.53
California18,088.29
Wyoming18,184.22
Nevada18,299.01
Texas18,425.98
Massachusetts18,461.72
Florida18,864.02
Illinois19,001.81
Vermont19,525.8
Connecticut20,410.99
New York20,706.77
New Jersey21,297.28
Wisconsin21,703.62
Alaska28,491.95
Cost in U.S. dollars
Alabama12,593.6
Louisiana13,225.1
Arkansas13,602.12
Rhode Island13,610.95
Maine13,761.92
Ohio13,820.24
Utah13,887.42
Nebraska13,893.06
Hawaii14,147.39
Delaware14,367.51
Idaho14,405.24
West Virginia14,508.64
Kentucky14,518.31
Michigan14,530.95
Iowa14,590.62
Montana14,641.75
Kansas14,651.73
New Mexico14,677.68
Mississippi14,955.9
Oklahoma15,055.99
South Carolina15,103.24
Minnesota15,231.75
South Dakota15,406.29
Missouri15,534.41
North Carolina15,670.46
Maryland15,820.97
Washington16,439.41
Tennessee16,465.34
Colorado16,574.7
Indiana16,602.23
Georgia16,711.12
New Hampshire16,803.04
Virginia16,970.82
Oregon16,973.33
North Dakota16,993.96
Arizona17,198.69
Pennsylvania17,452.53
California18,088.29
Wyoming18,184.22
Nevada18,299.01
Texas18,425.98
Massachusetts18,461.72
Florida18,864.02
Illinois19,001.81
Vermont19,525.8
Connecticut20,410.99
New York20,706.77
New Jersey21,297.28
Wisconsin21,703.62
Alaska28,491.95
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This statistic depicts the average cost of having a baby delivered via cesarean section without health insurance in the U.S. as of 2016, by state. According to the data, Alaska had the highest cost for c-sections without insurance with an average cost of over 28 thousand dollars.
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