What people spend out-of-pocket on healthcare in 23 states

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In 2017, patients in Utah faced the highest out-of-pocket healthcare costs compared to 22 other states, according to a report from global think tank JPMorgan Chase Institute.

The report analyzed data on 4.7 million Chase customers in 23 states between January 2013 and December 2017. Researchers found the average annual out-of-pocket healthcare spending climbed 8.5 percent in 2017 compared to the year prior.

Here is how average annual out-of-pocket spending stacked up among the 23 states featured in the report, listed from highest to lowest:

Utah: $863.70
Colorado: $797.30
Connecticut: $782.20
Texas: $730.10
New Jersey: $702
Idaho: $701.70
Wisconsin: $691.70
Illinois: $674.30
Oklahoma: $667.80
Arizona: $659.10
Washington: $652.10
Indiana: $608.50
Louisiana: $605.40
Florida: $590.20
California: $582.30
Nevada: $574.30
Oregon: $573.70
New York: $558.10
Georgia: $557.10
Ohio: $550.60
Michigan: $540.10
Kentucky: $540.10
West Virginia: $495

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