Mira Healthcare Resources
Our in-house team synthesizes scientific research and translates them into easy-to-digest content for you to get educated on the latest health and healthcare information.
How Much Does Cataract Surgery Cost Without Insurance in 2023?
On average, we found that laser-assisted cataract surgery costs $2,338.40 per eye. This cost can be affected by the type of lens replacement, the technology used, and the surgeon’s experience level.
How Much Does Anesthesia Cost Without Insurance in 2021?
The total costs of your anesthesia can range from just $200 to $3,500 and the cost depends mainly on the type of anesthesia, whether that be local, regional, general anesthesia, or sedation.
How Much Does Primary Care Cost Without Insurance in 2021?
The cost of a primary care visit without insurance generally ranges from $150-$300 for a basic visit and averages $171 across major cities in the United States.
How Much Does Adderall Cost Without Insurance in 2021?
On average, it costs $284.54 for thirty tablets of 20mg name brand Adderall. This price can be affected by the dosage strength, taking a generic brand, and if the medication is immediate or extended-release.
What is Inpatient vs. Outpatient Care?
Inpatient facilities require overnight hospitalization so the patient can remain under the supervision of a healthcare provider, while outpatient facilities do not require patients to stay overnight.
Is Telemedicine Covered by Health Insurance?
The five big providers— UnitedHealthcare, Cigna, Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Humana— all have some form of coverage for telemedicine.
How Much Does COBRA Insurance Cost in 2021?
The average monthly COBRA premium cost ranges between $400 to 700 per person.
How Much Should I Spend on Health Insurance in 2021?
In 2020, the average national cost for health insurance was $456 for an individual and $1,152 for a family per month.
How Much Does Acetaminophen Cost in 2021?
On average, we found that extra strength acetaminophen caplets cost $6.26 per pack, but the price can be affected by the strength, brand, and type of capsule.
What’s the Difference Between a Deductible vs. Copay?
A deductible and copay are terms used to describe the costs associated with maintaining your health insurance. A deductible is the amount of money you are required to pay out-of-pocket before your insurance takes over and covers the costs. A copay is a fixed amount you must pay for medical care at the point of service.
How Much Does Ibuprofen Cost in 2021?
The average retail price for 30 tablets of 800 milligrams (mg) generic ibuprofen is $13.39, but a bottle of ibuprofen can cost anywhere from $2 to $31 depending on the type of pill, the brand, dosage, quantity, and where you buy it. Higher doses of ibuprofen are often prescribed by doctors and cannot be purchased over the counter.