Although understanding your healthcare charges and costs can be overwhelming, HMC wants our patients to be aware the price you see is very seldom the final price you will pay.
Many variables come into play regarding your hospital bill and the actual amount you will pay. The length of your hospital stay, the medications you receive, and changes to your plan of care can all affect the final bill. Insurance deductibles, co-insurance, and pre-negotiated allowable service charges by insurance companies further influence the bill.
More often than not, hospital charges are additionally reduced by discounts determined by the government through Medicare and Medicaid, discounts negotiated by commercial health plans with each individual healthcare provider, or internal hospital discounts provided through uninsured discounts and financial assistance policies.
After the layers of discounts, allowable charges remain. At this point, your individual health insurance plan defines the deductible, co-payment and coinsurance you will be responsible for paying the hospital.
Below you will find links to the HMC procedure charge listing. For more information or if you have questions, please call the HMC Billing Department at 731-926-8000 for assistance.
Note: The downloadable information on this web page contains hospital procedure and service charges only. You may receive separate bills for services from physician groups, such as primary care physicians, anesthesiologists, radiologists, pathologists, Emergency Department physicians, or other specialty physicians. If you have medical insurance, HMC will bill your insurance company for you as a courtesy. After your insurance company has processed your claim, they will let you know what charges remain to be paid, and you will receive a statement from our medical billing service. In some cases, the physician group may not be in network with your insurance company, in which case, you may be responsible for any unpaid balances.
Effective January 1, 2019