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Individual Provider Prices vs State Market Prices

Search individual physicians, hospitals and healthcare provider prices and compare to state market prices.


Type in a physician, hospital, medical center or allied health professionals name.  Wait for the autocomplete options, which may take a couple of seconds to load.  Use the state and specialty buttons to narrow down providers with the same names.


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Each price tag is listed along with the Medicare price and the State Market Price.

  • The medicare price is what the government pays for the service through Medicare.  Typically, providers do not charge below this rate.
  • The state market price is the price charged by the average provider in that specialty within that state.


Each price tag is evaluated on a 5 point scale:

  1. GREAT PRICE: Prices more than 40% below the market price
  2. Good Price: Prices 10-40% below market price
  3. Average Price: Prices within -10% to 10% of market price
  4. High Price: Prices 10-40% above market price
  5. VERY HIGH PRICE: Prices more than 40% above market price