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With our groundbreaking price surveys, our partnerships and the consumer information on our blog, we have become a go-to source for health care pricing information.

You’ll gain access to:

  • People actively shopping for health care
  • Thought leaders and influencers
  • Journalists and academics
  • Health care industry players of all sorts — hospitals, doctors, insurers


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We’re at the top of search results for common queries: How much does an MRI cost? Cost of an IUD? How much does a vasectomy cost? How much does an STD test cost?

Our readers are ready to buy. They’re savvy about shopping on the web. More women than men. Educated and affluent. Many are 18-44 (demographics below).

We’re experts: We are getting a ton of press attention. The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and The Los Angeles Times write about us.  We were in the Harvard Business Review and JAMA Internal Medicine.

We’re on the air with our partners at I The Times-Picayune  and WVUE FOX 8 Live television in New Orleans, and WLRN in Miami, WUSF in Tampa Bay and their partnership, Health News Florida. Other partners: The Philadelphia Inquirer, the Daily News, and 6ABC Action News in Philadelphia; KQED public radio in San Francisco; KPCC in Los Angeles;  and WHYY in Philadelphia.

We’re often seen on national NPR. We’re in USA Today frequently, as well as Parade magazine, the AARP Bulletin and multiple industry publications (The Health Care Blog, MedPage Today, Becker’s Hospital Review).

We’re also being seen on new media sites like Reddit, GotAGirlCrush, The Billfold, Business Insider, Lifehacker, TheHealthCareBlog,, Brokelyn and Jezebel, and praised by thought leaders at Columbia Journalism Review and NiemanLab.

Here’s a sampling of our great press. Click on the logos at right to read, or scroll down for more!

You can be certain your message will be seen by influencers and thought leaders, as well as by consumers.


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What People are Saying About

“Now health care is getting its Kayaks and Trulias.” Tina Rosenberg, The New York Times.


“Lowering health care costs: Some benevolent geniuses are on it.” Ester Bloom, The Billfold.


“Some change in transparency is happening anyway, thanks to innovative websites such as and, which have begun to uncover comparative prices.” Editorial Board, USAToday


“…What an important project ClearHealthCosts is.” Gary Schwitzer, Health News Review


“If you’re paying out of pocket, that’s a whopping $1,445 savings to you. …If you’re paying most or all of your health costs out of pocket, ClearHealthCosts is a solid resource.” Lisa Aliferis, KQED Public Radio


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In the press

“Now health care is getting its Kayaks and Trulias.” Tina Rosenberg, “Revealing a Health Care Secret: The Price,” The New York Times.

“People are demanding control over health expenses and treatments, trying to manage out-of-pocket costs and confusing bills, and seeking the care they need at prices they can afford.” Jeanne Pinder, “It’s Absurd That Health Care Costs Are So Confusing,” Harvard Business Review/New England Journal of Medicine.

“Pinder in her testimony told lawmakers that more California residents are ‘actually shopping for health care.’ ” California Healthline, California State Senate hearings on health care prices.

Lowering health care costs: Some benevolent geniuses are on it,” Ester Bloom, The Billfold.

“The cash price for a lower-back MRI without dye ranges from $475 at the Castro Valley Open MRI to a whopping $6,221 at the University of California, San Francisco at Mt. Zion.” Jayne O’Donnell, “Huge health care price differences,” USAToday,

“When people see this data, [Pinder] says, ‘they don’t behave the same way in the marketplace again.’” Melinda Beck, “How to Cut Your Health Care Bill: Pay Cash,” The Wall Street Journal.

“PriceCheck Florida: What’s It All About?” Health News Florida.

“If you want your audience to talk with you, you have to give them a good reason,” Ariana Tobin, M.J. Bear fellows blog, Online News Association.

Our Philadelphia partner, Elana Gordon at WHYY public radio, won the Public Service gold medal for work done via our PriceCheck partnership at the Pennsylvania AP Broadcasters Association awards banquet.

“It is time to take off the blindfold and embrace transparency in pricing for medical care and services.” Lisa Aliferis, our PriceCheck partner, “Variation in Prices for Common Medical Tests and Procedures,” JAMA Internal Medicine.

“I hope to continue to see these programs expand as part of an effort to provide essential information for patients and clinicians to make wise and informed choices in health care.” Rita F. Redberg, MD, MSc, “A New Program for Sharing Medical Cost Information,” Editor’s Note, JAMA Internal Medicine.

“‘There is something for everybody here. Even if we don’t happen to be in your metro area, we will give you some useful information,’ Pinder says.” Lisa Zamosky, “Shopping tools help patients find cash prices for medical procedures,” The Los Angeles Times.

“5 places consumers are looking for health care prices,” Becker’s Hospital Review.
“According to [the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation], its support is also intended to ‘help underwrite partnerships with other regional and national media efforts, such as NJ Spotlight and’” Paul M.J. Suchecki, “How RWJF Is Using Radio to Advance a ‘Culture of Health,’” Inside Philanthropy magazine.

“17 projects receive funding through the Knight Foundation Prototype Fund.” The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation blog.

PriceCheck cited  in a Stanford Health-Anthem Blue Cross contract dispute. Lisa Aliferis, “Stanford Terminates Anthem’s Contract,” KQED public radio.

“Sites like let you compare prices for various medical procedures in your area.” Tim O’Reilly, “When health care institutions are charging outrageous prices, we need to stand up and say, ‘That’s insane.’”

“We’d like to see all the prices public,” [Pinder] said. “The idea we have consumer-directed health care is a big fat joke if you don’t have a road map for costs.” Laura Ungar and Jayne O’Donnell, “Health care costs vary wildly, report shows,” The Courier-Journal and USA Today.

“Efforts to inject greater price transparency into healthcare continue to gain momentum.” David Schleifer, AJMC.

“Thanks to your organization and what I learned on NPR, I will shop around next year and maybe just pay cash.”  “Project crowdsourcing health costs finds partners in pubmedia,”

“Consumers are in flames” about health care costs, said Jeanne Pinder at a Politico Pro health care breakfast briefing. “Waste, errors in health care remain huge issues,” Politico Pro (Full video is here.)


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