In New Hampshire Healthcare Market, It Pays to Shop Around – New Hampshire Business Review via Concord Monitor

Read article - Continued coverage of comments by Elliot Fisher, professor of the Dartmouth Institute, medicine, and community and family medicine, in an article about the great cost variation between New Hampshire’s health care organizations. Fisher states that higher costs of care are almost always passed on to patients. “All of it is either passed on in terms of the price they pay through their high-deductible health plan because they have to pay the first perhaps five or ten thousand dollars,” Fisher said. “Otherwise, it’s built into their premiums.”