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Pricing - The Women's Hospital

The pricing information displayed below is representative fees for diagnosis, testing, treatment, surgery and/or hospitalization.

As a patient you may ask for an estimate of charges for non-emergent medical health care services provided in our facility.  All estimates will be provided within 5 business days. 

If you have insurance, your costs may vary, depending on your insurance plan and coverage.  For example, you may be financially responsible for deductibles (the amount you must pay before the insurance company begins to pay) and coinsurance (the amount or percentage of covered charges you pay after insurance also begins to pay).

The actual charges on the statement you receive from The Women's Hospital may vary from the charges reported here. The amount you will be responsible for paying will depend on your insurance coverage. To learn more about billing services and payment expectations visit our Financial and Insurance Information page. 
We offer detailed price quotes related to inpatient and outpatient services. 


Call The Women's Hospital Patient Financial Services at 812-842-4240.


The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a final rule (CMS-1717-F2) to help patients through better access to price information, improve the use of electronic health records and make it easier for providers to spend time with their patients.

The chargemaster and price transparency information provided below is meant to serve as a tool for comparison shopping between hospitals.  We encourage all patients seeking information about the specific cost of care to please contact our Patient Financial Services staff at 812-842-4240.   

The Women's Hospital Chargemaster and Price Transparency
 


Hospital charges
Pharmacy charges
Professional Charges
Diagnosis Related Groups charges

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The Women's Hospital chargemaster information - updated 1/1/2021

Public notice:  A patient may ask for an estimate of the amount the patient will be charged for nonemergency medical services provided in this facility.  The law requires that an estimate be provided within 5 business days.

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