Paying For Your Care
Frequently Asked Questions
Insurance coverage may change what services and providers are covered throughout the year, so be sure you stay up to date so there’s no surprises. Your insurance provider can also detail any co-payments, deductibles, or other out-of-pocket costs that will be your responsibility.
When you receive care in one of Fairview’s clinics, you will receive one bill for all services. The bill will include any lab work or provider charges.
When you receive care at one of our hospitals, you will receive a separate bill for each service and from each doctor who treated you.
We have payment plans to help you pay your bills and you may qualify for financial help. Call the number on your bill or one of our financial counselors for more information. Learn more about financial assistance for patients.
If you would like to pay your balance in full, there are four ways to pay:
Online: You may pay your bill and account summary in your MyChart account. If you do not have an account, you can also sign up for one here: https://mychart.fairview.org/MyChart.
By phone: You can pay by phone using a debit or credit card. Call the phone number on your bill to make a payment.
By mail: Send in your payment with the statement.
In person: You can make a payment in person at the hospital or clinic where you received care.
You can also set up a payment plan or combine payments by logging into your MyChart account, or by calling the number on your bill.
Prior to your visit, find out what your insurance company does and does not cover. You are expected to pay for any charges your insurer does not cover and are expected to pay your balance within 30 days of receiving your statement in the mail.