According to a new study from FAIR Health, nationally, the median charge amount (the amount for people without insurance or who went out-of-network) for COVID-19 inpatient care was $45,683 for people aged 51 to 60 and $34,662 for those in the 23 to 30 age bracket. Nationally, people aged 51 to 60 were charged the most, according to this study. The highest average allowed amount paid to the provider under an insurance plan was $24,012 for people aged 51 to 60 and, at its lowest, $17,094 for people above age 70. The study by FAIR Health examined private insurance claims associated with COVID-19 diagnoses from the beginning of the year through mid-May. It also analyzed data related to location of care and patient comorbidities. According to the report:
The full report is available here.