Colonoscopy price for 30 largest US cities

Of the 30 largest cities in the U.S., colonoscopies cost the most in New York City, with Milwaukee not far behind, according to Healthcare Bluebook.

The price for colonoscopies includes the reasonable expectation for the outpatient procedure costs, including anesthesia and physician services. The prices outlined below represent average prices for each city, selected based on population from the 2010 U.S. Census and arranged from most to least expensive.

1. New York City: $2,712
2. Milwaukee: $2,511
3. Houston: $2,218
4. Austin, Texas: $2,110
5. Charlotte, N.C.: $2,092
6. Dallas: $2,050
7. Fort Worth, Texas: $2,050
8. Boston: $2,033
9. Columbus, Ohio: $2,024
10. Louisville, Ky.: $1,903
11. El Paso, Texas: $1,894
12. Portland, Ore.: $1,815
13. Indianapolis: $1,805
14. Seattle: $1,800
15. Chicago: $1,715
16. Denver: $1,696
17: Washington, D.C.: $1,636
18. Baltimore: $1,622
19. Jacksonville, Fla.: $1,620
20. Los Angeles: $1,560
21. San Diego: $1,560
22. Phoenix: $1,545
23. San Jose, Calif.: $1,543
24. San Francisco: $1,543
25. Memphis, Tenn.: $1,508
26. Detroit: $1,471
27. Philadelphia: $1,455
28. Las Vegas: $1,414
29. San Antonio: $1,373
30. Nashville, Tenn.: $1,141

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