Motley Fool September 26, 2022
Kailey Hagen

That dreaded doctor bill is a little less painful in these states.

Key points

  • Your health insurance costs depend on where you live as well as what kind of care you need.
  • Cost isn’t the only factor you should consider when evaluating a healthcare provider.
  • Consider the quality of the care on offer by researching options beforehand when possible.

Healthcare has been top of mind for a lot of people since the COVID-19 pandemic began over two years ago. It’s something we all hope we don’t need too often — both because we want to stay healthy and because we don’t want to deal with the huge bills that come from even the simplest visits.


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Topics: Govt Agencies, Healthcare System, Insurance, Patient / Consumer, Pricing / Spending, Provider, States, Survey / Study, Trends
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