Health care costs vary widely, study shows

For a pelvic CT scan, they found that within one town in the Southwest, a person could pay as little as $230 for the procedure, or as a much as $1,800. For a brain MRI in a town in the Northeast, a person could pay $1,540 ”” or $3,500.

“It was eye-opening,” said Howard McClure, CEO of Change:healthcare.

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One comment on “Health care costs vary widely, study shows

  1. Dan Crawford says:

    “Eye-opening”? Please.