We welcome quality content from guest contributors of all backgrounds, including providers.
In order to maintain the quality of our brand, we have high standards for content. All submissions must be useful, relevant, and well-written.
Please read our detailed guidelines below before submitting to our editorial team.
About Our Posts
Our site attracts patients, providers, researchers, policy makers, and others interested in affordable, quality healthcare.
Article proposals should therefore be aimed at healthcare topics relavant to these groups. We're especially looking for posts in the following categories:
- healthcare costs generally, or for a specific procedure or modality
- financing or payment options for patients
- healthcare transparency (of pricing, outcomes, quality, service, qualifications, and most anything else healthcare-related)
- tools, services, and resources that can help patients receive affordable, quality care
- differentiating factors among healthcare providers or types of facilities
- new developments or discoveries around technology, procedures, how care is practiced, or care options
- how competition and/or cost structure affect patients
- any other meaningful content that adds value in the space of healthcare pricing and access
We do not publish posts construed solely as link-building schemes or posts that are inappropriate, offensive, biased, inaccurate, misleading, or primarily commercial / promotional.
We don't write about crowdfunding campaigns, nor do we publish posts primarily aimed at airing grievances against individuals or organizations.
If your submission includes any of the above, it will be ignored and deleted.
Cost. The cost to have an article posted on Pricing Healthcare's site is a one-time fee, paid in advance, of $30 USD if a client writes the post themselves,
$130 USD if written by one of our staff.
If you have any questions, please reach out to us at .
Thank you again for your interest in writing for Pricing Healthcare. We're excited to hear from you!