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Heading to hospital?

Find out about some common hospital procedures for different life-stages and the costs involved.

Adulthood

Childbirth (vaginal) - hospital admission only

An in-hospital procedure for the birth of a baby through the vagina.

69% of the time there are no additional medical out-of-pockets for the hospital admission. But where there are, approximate costs look like the donut chart displayed.**

  • Out-of-pockets for this procedure typically don’t exceed $580.
  • Excess is based on your policy and varies from $0 - $500.
  • Some policies may also have a per-day payment arrangement.

procedure cost graph for childbirth

 


Colonoscopy

A procedure to examine the bowel using a flexible tube containing a small camera and light.

74% of the time there are no medical out-of-pocket expenses for this in-hospital procedure. But where there are, approximate costs look like the donut chart displayed.**

  • Out-of-pockets for this procedure typically don’t exceed $550.
  • Excess is based on your policy and varies from $0 - $500.
  • Some policies may also have a per-day payment arrangement.

procedure cost graph for colonoscopy