Allergy To Radiographic Dye is more common among the adults. It is expensive. Adult patients have higher medical expense. Adult patients see doctors more frequently.
  The patients have annual medical cost around $33,629
  In one year, the patients are expected to see doctors 57 times
  Based on 100+ patients
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Popular Medication

Popular Medication for Allergy To Radiographic Dye
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Medication : Prevalence (%)
Annual Cost ($)

Experienced and Focused Doctors

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Focus Score measures the dominance of the related services over other services performed.

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Popular Medical Services

Popular Medical Services for Allergy To Radiographic Dye
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Medical Services : Dominance (%)
Popular Medical Services for Allergy To Radiographic Dye
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Medical Services : Prevalence (%)
Annual Cost ($)

Statistics

$33,629
Annual Medical Cost
0.56
Annual Hospital Adms
57
Doctor Visits
53
Services Used
22
Doctors Used
$59,428
Annual Medical Charge
Drug Prevalence Average Charged Average Dispensed Average Supplied Days Average Supplied Quantity
  Oxycodone 39.60% $175 3.40 45 209
  Hydrocodone 26.73% $76 4.44 62 244
Procedure Provider Unit Charge Provider Paid Ratio Provider Paid by Patient Ratio Patient Charged Patient Pays Patient Covered Per Claim Charged Per Claim Paid Services Per Patient
85025 0.34 57% 6.0% $64 $4 $33 $54 $31 1.19
Blood count; complete (cbc), automated (hgb, hct, rbc, wbc and platelet count) and automated differential wbc count
99284 3.71 60% 9.9% $831 $82 $417 $554 $333 1.36
Emergency department visit for the evaluation and management of a patient, which requires these 3 key components: a detailed history; a detailed examination; and medical decision making of moderate complexity.
80053 0.74 68% 18.1% $126 $23 $62 $107 $72 1.18
Comprehensive metabolic panel
36415 0.09 43% 5.1% $21 $1 $8 $16 $7 1.29
Collection of venous blood by venipuncture
93005 1.10 65% 0.9% $224 $2 $143 $171 $111 1.00
Electrocardiogram, routine ecg with at least 12 leads; tracing only, without interpretation and report
96374 0.89 75% 12.9% $142 $18 $88 $131 $98 1.08
Therapeutic, prophylactic, or diagnostic injection (specify substance or drug); intravenous push, single or initial substance/drug
96375 3.22 68% 9.2% $424 $39 $249 $389 $264 1.09
Therapeutic, prophylactic, or diagnostic injection (specify substance or drug); each additional sequential intravenous push of a new substance/ drug (list separately in addition to code for primary procedure)
85610 0.12 63% 8.4% $30 $3 $16 $23 $14 1.11
Prothrombin time;
84484 0.54 53% 11.6% $104 $12 $42 $94 $49 1.00
Troponin, quantitative
99283 2.34 60% 7.2% $565 $40 $297 $411 $246 1.25
Emergency department visit for the evaluation and management of a patient, which requires these 3 key components: an expanded problem focused history; an expanded problem focused examination; and medical decision making of moderate complexity.

High Risk Diagnoses

  • 100% Allergy to radiographic dye

On every hundred of patients

Sample Distribution for Allergy To Radiographic Dye
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Which group is risky?

Prevalence for Allergy To Radiographic Dye
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Which group cost more?

Annual Cost ($) for Allergy To Radiographic Dye
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Which group has more hassle?

Annual Doctor Visits for Allergy To Radiographic Dye
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What diagnosis incurs the most expansive out-of-pocket payment for a patient?