Doylestown Hospital is committed to providing current and prospective patients pricing information for healthcare services so they can better understand their financial responsibility.
With more people beginning to shop for price and quality of healthcare services, Doylestown Hospital offers a Pricing Hotline to help prospective patients make informed healthcare purchasing decisions.
For inquiries, call 215.918.5515 and leave a message with your name, insurance number and the procedure or service. A Doylestown Hospital associate will respond within one business day.
Please note: Pricing information provided is an estimate, not the actual charge. There may be additional charges related to physician, laboratory and pathology, anesthesia and pharmaceutical costs that may be independent of the Hospital.
Doylestown Hospital is providing links to its list of "standard charges" for inpatient and outpatient services in compliance with CMS Rule 1694-F. The charges are valid as of Dec. 1, 2018 and are subject to change.
Doylestown Hospital has not substantially changed its standard charges for 10 years, except for pharmacy charges, the pricing of which suppliers change frequently such that there is no consistent standard charge.
No-one pays these specific charges, including uninsured patients and those who pay their own costs out-of-pocket. Medicare and virtually all other health insurance companies pay inpatient and outpatient costs based on various fee schedules, and their policies have different requirements for deductibles and co-payments or coinsurance.
Contact your health insurer to determine what your out-of-pocket costs are for services at Doylestown Hospital. Your insurer might be willing to give you comparative costs for other hospitals in the area.
Doylestown Hospital charge description master is provided in three components:
Doylestown Hospital's pricing hotline: 215.918.5515, is designed to assist patients understand and estimate of their specific out-of-pocket costs depending on their insurer, insurance coverage, deductible and copayment or coinsurance, and medical condition.
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