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Hospital Charge

Free
iPhone / iPad
Genres:
  • Health & Fitness
  • Medical
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HospitalCharge is a App that provides public the necessary information about costs of medical procedures that includes the cost to treat specific diagnoses. The main goal of the app is to ensure that the public has in its hands the vital tool to compare hospitals, physicians, and other providers’ healthcare services and related charges across the United States to make informed decisions on how much they will spend on health services.
Medical doctors, nurse practitioners, occupational therapists, physical therapists and other providers: HospitalCharge.com is your platform to freely advertise your services. If you are a healthcare provider who is not listed on this website, you can register and you will be able to post your services on a dashboard, which then will be made available to the public as well. HospitalCharge.com will need to verify your credentials before you can have full access to this website and be able to post your services.HospitalCharge.com presents diagnoses and procedures data of more than 3,000 hospitals and nearly 1 million healthcare Providers in the United States.

Healthcare cost reimbursement: Who pays and how much?
HospitalCharge App provides medical diagnoses and procedures costs comparison.
Visitors to this site need to remember that the average submitted charge amount is not what the actual price or cost of the service will be. The average submitted charge amount is what the facility or provider would charge you for the service.

MEDICARE:
The hospital or provider's average submitted charge amount is different from what Medicare will pay. For example, if a procedure charge is $4000.00, Medicare may pay $650.

PRIVATE HEALTH INSURANCE:
Your private insurance company negotiates lower rates with providers so that your costs will be lower than the average submitted charge.

NO INSURANCE:
If you are not insured, the average submitted charge amount may not be the actual cost to the patient in the event that the hospital or provider has policies in place to make costs more affordable.