This paper examines two key fee schedules for health care services, one public and one private. Both public and private fees are old and dating from 2004 and 2008, respectively. The “units” being costed, and the health care services and procedures themselves, do not share standard definitions. These “home grown” definitions are different between sectors in Jordan. While private sector fees cover professional services only, the public fees cover both the professional and facility components of a service.