Of Americans have tried to find out before getting care how much they would have to pay out of pocket—not including co-pays—and/or how much their insurers would pay.

Of insured people with deductibles above $3,000 say they have tried to find price information before getting care.

Of Americans say there is not enough information about how much medical services cost.

Source: Public Agenda, “Still Searching: How People Use Health Care Price Information in the United States”