Becker's Healthcare May 16, 2022
Jakob Emerson

Castlight Health analyzed more than 160 million commercial medical claims nationwide to reveal insights about healthcare utilization patterns from 2018 to 2021. 

The San Francisco-based healthcare navigation company provides comparison tools that show price and quality measures for services from providers.

States ranked by average commercial medical spending per member in 2021:

  1. Alaska: $5,739
  2. Wyoming: $5,216
  3. Maine: $5,134
  4. Vermont: $5,029
  5. Connecticut: $4,915
  6. Georgia: $4,687
  7. South Dakota: $4,591
  8. New York: $4,587
  9. New Hampshire: $4,552
  10. West Virginia: $4,542
  11. Wisconsin: $4,502
  12. Illinois: $4,473
  13. Nebraska: $4,393
  14. ...

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