Intermountain encourages patients to receive hospital cost estimates before scheduling non-urgent hospital services.
To get the most accurate out-of-pocket cost estimates, patients with insurance coverage are encouraged to contact their insurance provider directly. Insurers can help their members understand current benefits and any copayments or deductible requirements that are important in determining accurate out-of-pocket cost estimates.
Uninsured and underinsured hospital patients may qualify for discounts, financial assistance, or other payment options. More information can be found on Intermountain’s financial assistance website.
Intermountain’s Cost Estimate Team is an additional resource all patients may use in getting pre-service cost estimates.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) requires hospitals to publish a Hospital Standard Charge list. However, the services referenced above are recommended as the most helpful and most accurate resources for patients to understand their estimated costs.
PLEASE NOTE: A Hospital Standard Charges list is not a price list and should not be used to estimate patient payment. The information in a Hospital Standard Charges list does not constitute a quote nor a price guarantee for any service. The charge amounts in the Hospital Standard Charges list rarely reflect what you will be asked to pay for medical services and supplies on a final bill. What patients actually pay varies depending on insurance - or will also vary for those that are uninsured. Pricing may also fluctuate during the year for certain medical and pharmaceutical items. Given that, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of this posted pricing information. You should understand that a final bill may differ substantially from the information provided by this website.
For questions regarding a current or past bill, please contact Billing Customer Service.
No Surprise Billing and Good Faith Estimate
Patients are protected from surprise billing or balance billing when receiving emergency care at an out-of-network facility or receives emergency treatment by an out-of-network provider at an in-network facility. Health care providers must also provide a cost estimate for medical items and services to patients who do not have insurance or are not using insurance.