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Your financial responsibility will vary depending upon whether you are covered by insurance and the specific selections within your plan. Regardless of your insurance situation, Mercy strongly encourages contacting both your insurance provider (if you have insurance) and our financial advocate team at (319) 369-4505 or via email at email@example.com to fully understand what a service at Mercy will cost you.
In compliance with federal law, Mercy provides this price list containing our charges for room and board, emergency department, operating room, delivery, physical therapy and other procedures. The hospital’s charges are the same for all patients, but a patient’s responsibility may vary depending upon payment plans negotiated with individual health insurers. Uninsured or underinsured patients should consult with our billing staff to determine whether they qualify for discounts. These prices are effective January 1, 2019.
We want to make sure that you receive the full benefits of your insurance coverage as well as consideration under our financial assistance programs, if applicable. Before we bill you, we bill your insurance provider, including Medicare and Medicaid, and any secondary insurance providers. We do not charge interest on any balance due after insurance payments are received. We will send an easy-to-understand billing statement showing the most current balance owed by your insurance provider as well as any balance due from you. If you are not able to pay the amount you owe in full, you may contact us regarding applying for Financial Assistance or being set up on a payment plan. Emergency service will never be delayed or withheld on the basis of a patient’s ability to pay.
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Emergency Department charges are based on level of emergency care provided to our patients. The levels, with level 1 representing basic emergency care, reflect the type of accommodations needed, the personnel resources, the intensity of care and the amount of time needed to provide treatment. The following charges do not include fees for drugs, supplies or additional ancillary procedures that may be required for a particular emergency treatment. They also do not include fees for Emergency Department Physicians, who will bill separately for their services.
The following list does not include charges for anesthesia, drugs, or supplies required for a particular delivery room procedure. Fees for physician services or anesthesia administration are also not reflected, and will be billed separately by your physician.
The following charges reflect the hospital’s 30 most common laboratory procedures.
The following charges reflect the most common services offered by our Occupational Therapy department. Patients may have additional charges, depending on the services performed.
Operating Room charges are based on the complexity level, with Type 11 being the most basic. The following list does not include charges for anesthesia, drugs, or supplies required for a particular operating room procedure. Fees for physician services or anesthesia administration are also not reflected, and will be billed separately by your physician.
The following charges reflect the most common services offered by our Physical Therapy department. Patients may have additional charges, depending on the services performed.
The following charges reflect the hospital’s 30 most common X-ray and radiological procedures.