Health care prices high in Colorado, study shows reports Daily Sentinel

NRHI’s recently published benchmark report findings on national healthcare costs was featured in The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel, with a focus on Colorado’s costs.

“Colorado’s total cost for health care is significantly higher than some other states, and Grand Junction and western Colorado residents pay $100 more than the median price for the state per month, according to a multi-state study.

The five-state study, led by the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement and funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, revealed that Colorado’s health care costs across all services are 17 percent above the average of the other states.”

Read the full article and view the report.


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