Price lists for the top 50 inpatient and outpatient procedures can be downloaded from this page. This price information primarily applies to patients who do not have insurance.
The Direct Pay Price is the maximum price that a patient would pay for the standard treatments for the specified diagnoses/services regardless of insurance status, if paid directly by the patient or the patient’s employer.
The actual charges incurred will vary based on a variety of factors, such as severity of illness, selected medical devices, and length of stay. If the actual charges incurred for a patient’s care are less than the Direct Pay Price, the patient will only be responsible for the actual charges. The Direct Pay Price does not include the charges for care related to complications or exceptional treatment. The Direct Pay Price also does not include fees charged for physicians working in the hospital, such as surgeons, radiologists, pathologists, hospitalists, and anesthesiologists.