The price list available by download below has information that includes the de-identified minimum and maximum negotiated charges along with the standard charge, the cash discount, and the negotiated charge for major payors. A payor is a company, like an insurance company or Medicare, that pays for an administered medical service. The amounts provided by each specific payor are derived from historical claims data and reflect averages. This averaging methodology can provide a base line for cost estimates. Just as no two patients are alike, no two services will be the same.
Given the many services provided by hospitals 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the price list contains thousands of services and related charges.
Standard charges are the same for all patients across all insurers and health plans, but the amount a patient is responsible to pay varies as it is dependent on payment plans negotiated with individual health insurers.
Uninsured or underinsured patients should consult with our patient representatives to determine whether they qualify for discounts; read more about financial assistance. These prices are correct as of January 1, 2021. Charges may vary from the hospital price list, due to a variety of reasons including, but not limited to, medical complications.
This price list in CSV format is posted in compliance with federal regulations that require hospitals to provide clear, accessible pricing information online about the services they provide beginning January 21, 2021.