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Jan 2022

COVID-19 Cost Tracker Brief from FAIR Health Provides Insights into COVID-19 Patient Population

In a state-by-state analysis of private healthcare claims data from 2020 to 2021, New Jersey emerged as the state with the highest average allowed amount for complex hospitalizations for COVID-19, while Maryland had the lowest. These and other findings are reported in the FAIR Health brief COVID-19 Treatment and Hospitalization Costs: A Descriptive Analysis of the FAIR Health COVID-19 Cost Tracker.

FAIR Health to Release Report on National Surveys of Older Adults and Family Caregivers

On February 14, FAIR Health will release a report on two national surveys of older adults (those aged 65 and older) and family caregivers/care partners. Conducted as part of an initiative generously funded by The John A. Hartford Foundation, the surveys revealed critical insights into the needs of older adults and family caregivers/care partners concerning healthcare navigation and decision making.

FAIR Health Data Repository Approaches 36 Billion Private Claim Records

Already the largest repository of private healthcare claims in the nation, the FAIR Health data repository is now approaching the threshold of 36 billion claim records. Growing at a rate of more than two billion claim records a year, the repository is the foundation for all that we do with our data, from standard benchmarks to custom analytics, consumer resources, support for government programs, research studies, and more.