You have reached the state and federally-required section of our website that contains the charges for the services we provide within our facility. While we provide this information to comply with federal regulations, healthcare billing is complex. It is extremely important for you, as the consumer, to understand that standard charges may not be a relevant starting point for estimating what costs you may incur during an episode of care, and the amount actually paid by a patient will depend on that patient’s insurance coverage, policy provisions and other factors. Everyone’s case is different based on that patient’s medical condition. Please contact the Animas Surgical Hospital Financial Counseling Department directly at 970-403-1330 for more information regarding your specific financial responsibility.
How is Pricing Determined?
The pricing information displayed here is representative of the median charges and self-pay charges for the most common procedures at Animas Surgical Hospital. If you have insurance, you will also be interested in the amount you will be responsible for – coinsurance (the amount of covered charges you are responsible for) and deductibles (the amount you must pay before the insurance company begins to pay). The actual charges on the statement you receive from the hospital will vary from the charges reported here and will not include implants. And what you will actually be responsible paying will depend on your insurance policy and factors such as whether you have satisfied your insurance plan’s deductible, the amount of charges your plan does not cover, etc.
What Services are Included in my Hospital Bill Estimate?
The estimates provided are only related to your hospital bill. Your personal physician or other physicians providing you with services related to your hospital stay or visit will bill you separately. This can include fees related to specialists, anesthesiologists, pathologists, and radiologists.
Self-pay is a term used to describe a situation in which a patient chooses to pay for hospital or clinic services directly rather than using a private health insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid. Other common terms used when referring to self-pay are “uninsured patients” and “private pay."