Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital is a 501(c) 3, not-for-profit hospital that relies on prompt payment of bills to continue providing services to the community. When you are admitted, we ask that you make arrangements for the payment of your bill. This may involve providing necessary insurance information during the admission procedure or establishing another payment arrangement with the Patient Financial Counselor. MasterCard, American Express, Discover or Visa may be used for settlement of the outstanding balances.
Hospital Billing Office: (772) 563-4774
Physician Billing Office: (772) 794-5611 or [email protected]
Patients are responsible for the charges for services received. However, to assist patients in meeting their financial obligations, the hospital will bill their health insurance carrier(s) for them, as long as a valid ID card and/or information regarding insurance coverage is presented at the time of registration.
The hospital accepts assignments of benefits and maintains an active follow-up program with all insurance carriers. Insurance is billed as a courtesy to the patient and the patient remains responsible for contacting their insurance carrier to ensure prompt payment of their accounts. Accounts with balances due after 90 days may be billed to the patient, regardless of pending insurance benefits. Accounts with delinquent balances or without adequate payment arrangements may be forwarded to a collection agency or attorney.
At the patient’s request, a detailed bill may be provided. The hospital will send periodic statements to the patients or responsible party in an effort to keep them informed as to the status of all open accounts.
AHCA’s Florida Health Price Finder provides estimated payments for over 200 bundles of care, showing the payment information by each component of care. Health plan claims data are the source for the data on the pricing website.
This publication contains hospital financial data filed with the Agency by hospitals and includes an analysis of hospital financial trends. Click here, then select the section labeled: Florida Hospital Financial Data.
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The information provided below is a comprehensive list of charges provided by our hospitals. In accordance with CMS regulations, we have also provided information on payer-specific negotiated rates, as well as the minimum and maximum negotiated charges by service, and the estimated self pay amount. The hospital’s charges are the same for all patients, but a patient’s financial responsibility may vary due to a variety of factors, such as negotiated rates with individual health insurance companies and a patient’s out of pocket costs (i.e. deductible, co-insurance, copays, etc.). Uninsured or underinsured patients should consult with our patient financial advocates to determine whether they qualify for financial assistance.
|U0002||2019-nCoV Coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2/2019-nCoV (COVID-19), any technique, multiple types or subtypes (includes all targets), non-CDC||$76.00|
|87635||Infectious agent detection by nucleic acid (DNA or RNA); severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) (Coronavirus disease [COVID-19]), amplified probe technique||$76.00|
**Patient will not have to pay co-insurance nor deductibles for the COVID-19 Test.
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