New research reveals that Americans are still searching for price information, but obstacles remain to helping them find the information that can help them save money. Public Agenda, with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the New York State Health Foundation, set out to explore how Americans are trying to find and use health care price information and how residents of four states—New York, New Hampshire, Florida and Texas—are doing so. Findings from the report show half of Americans have tried to find price information before getting care. People who have to pay more out of pocket are more likely to have tried to find price information. The report also shows that only some Americans have tried to compare prices. Of those who have tried to compare prices, more than half say they saved money.