New Studies Identifies Driver’s Of Colorado’s High Health Care Article

new multi-state study shows Colorado could save more than $48 million annually across 102 adult primary care practices if prices for health care services were closer to the average across Colorado’s participating practices. Results found that Colorado’s total costs across all health care services were 17% higher than other states, and substantially higher with respect to outpatient services (30% higher). Colorado’s overall high costs were driven by both higher use of health care services and higher prices for those services when compared to other states.

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