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New Study Finds Huge Price Differences For Mammograms & Other Critical Women’s Health Procedures in the 30 Largest U.S. Cities

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Castlight Health, Inc. released its second annual U.S. Costliest Cities Analysis, a comprehensive look at what employers and employees actually pay for common healthcare procedures in the 30 most populous U.S. cities. This year, Castlight Health added analysis of four women’s health procedures to the study, examining the prices of OB/GYN follow-up visits, preventative gynecological exams, mammograms, and HPV tests.

In 2015, the study found that consumers across the country continue to pay wildly different prices for standard medical services – ranging from primary care check-ups, to radiology tests and common blood work – not just from state-to-state, but within the same city. The addition of women’s health services to the U.S. Costliest Cities Analysis sheds light on the prices women and their employers have to bear just to stay healthy.

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