How Much Will It Cost?
Prospective patients in the Texas Health
Resources family of hospitals are welcome to request a cost
estimate for any hospital procedure. Estimates are based on
hospital charges for anticipated routine care and recovery,
taking into consideration insurance coverage, co-payments,
deductibles, coinsurance and other information that may affect
personal out-of-pocket costs.
Get a Cost Estimate
Looking for information about charges involved in a
hospitalization? Texas Health Resources is pleased to offer
patients two quick and convenient options:
- Request a cost estimate for a procedure at any facility in
the Texas Health family of hospitals.
You may request an estimate
online or call 1-877-PRE-ADMT (1-877-773-2368).
- Compare average charges at a Texas Health facility with those
at other hospitals in the same county and across the state.
Texas PricePoint is a user-friendly resource
sponsored by the Texas Hospital Association. Data presented
includes charges on the most common inpatient services, links to
quality data and general information for Texas hospitals.
Actual charges on the final hospital bill may vary from the
estimate, based on the patient's medical condition, unknown
circumstances or complications, final diagnosis, and recommended
treatment ordered by the attending physician(s). Persons with
insurance should also contact their health benefits administrator
for the most accurate information regarding plan structure,
deductibles, co-payments and any other factors that might affect
personal liability for anticipated health care services.
Estimates provided by Texas Health hospitals cover hospital
charges only, and do not include professional fees for services
such as those provided by a physician, surgeon, radiologist,
pathologist, anesthesiologist, nurse practitioner or other
independent practitioner. Even though physicians and other
independent practitioners are members of each Texas Health
facility's medical staff or allied health professional staff,
they are neither employees nor agents of the hospital. All
professional fees are billed separately.
Physicians or other practitioners who provide professional
services may not participate in an individual patient's health
benefit plan. Patients should contact their plan administrator to
determine the contract status of hospital-based providers such as
pathologists, radiologists or anesthesiologists.