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JPMCI HOSP Geographic Data Visualization Tool

JPMCI HOSP GEOGRAPHIC DATA VISUALIZATION TOOL

Explore out-of-pocket healthcare state and county spending trends for different demographic groups with our interactive data visualization. Click multiple U.S. states to compare data on the line graph, or double-click a state to see county-level data. Browse Featured Views to display notable datasets. Slide the year selector to visualize annual changes across the country, or switch to monthly data for a deeper look into spending.
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Map showing average out-of-pocket healthcare spending from 2014 to 2017, see table version for data
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Line graph showing average out-of-pocket healthcare spending from 2014 to 2017, see table version for data

Source: JPMorgan Chase Institute.

Note: We provide standard errors for estimates at the state and county level. We do not display any estimates that have relative standard errors (RSE) larger than 50 percent. We calculate RSE as standard error / estimate.

1 Ranges of take-home income quintiles in 2017: Quintile 1 (<$14K), Quintile 2 ($14K – $25K), Quintile 3 ($25K – $42K), Quintile 4 ($42K – $72K), and Quintile 5 (>$72K).

    Ranges of take-home income quintiles in 2016: Quintile 1 (<$14K), Quintile 2 ($14K – $24K), Quintile 3 ($24K – $41K), Quintile 4 ($41K – $69K), and Quintile 5 (>$69K).

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    Ranges of take-home income quintiles in 2015: Quintile 1 (<$14K), Quintile 2 ($14K – $23K), Quintile 3 ($23K – $39K), Quintile 4 ($39K – $66K), and Quintile 5 (>$66K).

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    Ranges of take-home income quintiles in 2014: Quintile 1 (<$13K), Quintile 2 ($13K – $22K), Quintile 3 ($22K – $38K), Quintile 4 ($38K – $64K), and Quintile 5 (>$64K).

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2 Data represent the pooled weighted average across all low-sample counties in this state