Normal Delivery is more common among the female young and middle-age adults. It is expensive, and is likely to incur hospital admissions. Adult patients see doctors more frequently.
  The patients have annual medical cost around $21,859
  In one year, the patients are expected to see doctors 34 times
  There are 77 diagnosis codes containing Normal delivery
  Based on 13,500+ patients
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Popular Medication for Normal Delivery
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Popular Medical Services

Popular Medical Services for Normal Delivery
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Medical Services : Dominance (%)
Popular Medical Services for Normal Delivery
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Statistics

$21,859
Annual Medical Cost
1.18
Annual Hospital Adms
34
Doctor Visits
38
Services Used
16
Doctors Used
$32,207
Annual Medical Charge
Drug Prevalence Average Charged Average Dispensed Average Supplied Days Average Supplied Quantity
  Oxycodone 19.28% $37 1.80 12 69
  Ibuprofen 12.86% $20 1.52 21 80
  Amoxicillin 10.84% $38 1.67 17 107
  Azithromycin 9.29% $68 1.68 9 15
  Hydrocodone 8.72% $35 2.10 14 83
  Prenatal 6.28% $57 4.03 201 202
  Cephalexin 5.98% $34 1.54 13 55
  Fluconazole 4.90% $57 1.66 11 8
  Nitrofurantoin 4.61% $45 1.53 15 27
  Sertraline 4.54% $303 4.78 179 209
  Ondansetron 4.15% $827 2.78 31 88
  Acetaminophen 3.22% $16 1.52 7 52
  Levothyroxine 3.11% $95 6.26 252 253
  Camila 3.06% $129 3.05 111 112
  Zolpidem 3.05% $197 2.69 71 75
  Sulfamethoxazole 3.03% $21 1.51 18 55
  Errin 3.02% $123 3.11 110 110
  Fluticasone 2.81% $150 1.93 61 40
  Mirena 2.74% $628 1.53 23 1
  Proair 2.72% $99 1.90 45 19
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
59400 30.40 77% 7.0% $3,876 $273 $2,721 $3,794 $2,930 1.01
Routine obstetric care including antepartum care, vaginal delivery (with or without episiotomy, and/or forceps) and postpartum care
01967 16.19 65% 7.4% $1,809 $134 $1,039 $1,780 $1,154 1.00
Neuraxial labor analgesia/anesthesia for planned vaginal delivery (this includes any repeat subarachnoid needle placement and drug injection and/or any necessary replacement of an epidural catheter during labor)
59510 25.36 74% 5.0% $4,479 $224 $3,099 $4,391 $3,258 1.01
Routine obstetric care including antepartum care, cesarean delivery, and postpartum care
59514 7.94 27% 2.3% $1,439 $33 $359 $1,375 $374 1.02
Cesarean delivery only;
01961 7.38 65% 6.4% $1,350 $86 $787 $1,264 $818 1.04
Anesthesia for cesarean delivery only
99464 2.13 46% 9.7% $308 $30 $111 $290 $132 1.02
Attendance at delivery (when requested by the delivering physician or other qualified health care professional) and initial stabilization of newborn
59025 1.83 59% 4.7% $384 $18 $209 $231 $137 1.60
Fetal non-stress test
58611 2.16 25% 2.5% $597 $15 $133 $431 $107 1.31
Ligation or transection of fallopian tube(s) when done at the time of cesarean delivery or intra-abdominal surgery (not a separate procedure) (list separately in addition to code for primary procedure)
99479 5.16 56% 6.2% $2,168 $134 $1,089 $415 $234 4.81
Subsequent intensive care, per day, for the evaluation and management of the recovering low birth weight infant (present body weight of 1500-2500 grams)
88307 1.99 59% 4.8% $333 $16 $181 $330 $195 1.00
Level v - surgical pathology, gross and microscopic examination
36415 0.26 41% 3.6% $27 $1 $10 $25 $10 1.07
Collection of venous blood by venipuncture
59410 11.14 68% 7.5% $2,265 $169 $1,369 $2,238 $1,520 1.01
Vaginal delivery only (with or without episiotomy and/or forceps); including postpartum care
01996 2.20 60% 3.9% $410 $16 $232 $272 $165 1.49
Daily hospital management of epidural or subarachnoid continuous drug administration
59409 11.73 56% 6.4% $2,463 $158 $1,232 $2,390 $1,349 1.00
Vaginal delivery only (with or without episiotomy and/or forceps);
99469 18.33 60% 5.1% $7,315 $376 $4,028 $1,294 $779 4.65
Subsequent inpatient neonatal critical care, per day, for the evaluation and management of a critically ill neonate, 28 days of age or younger
76816 1.97 64% 6.7% $546 $36 $312 $302 $193 1.73
Ultrasound, pregnant uterus, real time with image documentation, follow-up (eg, re-evaluation of fetal size by measuring standard growth parameters and amniotic fluid volume, re-evaluation of organ system(s) suspected or confirmed to be abnormal on a previous scan), transabdominal approach, per fetus
85025 0.58 60% 3.5% $84 $3 $47 $76 $45 1.10
Blood count; complete (cbc), automated (hgb, hct, rbc, wbc and platelet count) and automated differential wbc count
99460 0.88 55% 6.1% $183 $11 $89 $171 $94 1.04
Initial hospital or birthing center care, per day, for evaluation and management of normal newborn infant
59515 13.74 59% 6.4% $3,125 $201 $1,632 $3,066 $1,799 1.02
Cesarean delivery only; including postpartum care
01968 4.37 56% 2.3% $941 $21 $510 $914 $516 1.00
Anesthesia for cesarean delivery following neuraxial labor analgesia/anesthesia (list separately in addition to code for primary procedure performed)

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Sample Distribution for Normal Delivery
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Which group is risky?

Prevalence for Normal Delivery
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Which group cost more?

Annual Cost ($) for Normal Delivery
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Which group has more hassle?

Annual Doctor Visits for Normal Delivery
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