At Beaumont, we agree that transparency about the costs of healthcare is important. We are dedicated to helping you navigate cost and billing issues. Listed below are lists of our standard hospital charges, also known as a “chargemaster”,
to help you understand and compare costs.
The information contained in the chargemaster may not reflect your actual out-of-pocket costs. Actual costs vary based on different factors, such as:
- Your health insurance, such as deductibles, co-pays or coinsurance amounts, and other requirements specific to your health insurance
Specific items or services you may need during your visit based on your medical needs, which vary and may
not be accounted for by these resources
- Charges from health care providers who are not employed by Beaumont but may be involved in your medical care
- Financial aid, discounts or payment plans
It is Beaumont’s goal is to provide all patients with the highest quality health care services regardless of where they live or their financial circumstances. We understand the stress that comes with paying for medical care. If you do not have insurance
or your insurance does not cover all of the costs, there may be other options to assist you. Our financial counselors can assist with:
- Other coverage plans
- Payment plans
- Charity care eligibility
- Medicaid eligibility
- Insurance plans
You can call and speak with an advisor to discuss the options that better fit your needs. Learn more»
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To improve price transparency, all U.S. hospitals are required to provide lists of standard hospital charges, also known as a “chargemaster”, to help patients compare costs. Below are some considerations as you view our List of Standard Charges
- These charges rarely are the price that patients pay. The chargemaster lists amounts for each service prior to any adjustments or discounts being made. In other words, you may pay less than these charges depending upon your health insurance.
- Charges will vary based on whether items or services are bundled or charged separately, which depends upon your health insurance.
- Comparing hospital charges does not provide any indication of quality or outcomes.
Hospital charges address the cost of providing all other aspects of your care, such as nursing staff, supplies, medications, services provided by support staff, others who provide care during your visit, and any other additional expenses which may be incurred during your visit. The negotiated prices displayed are average dollars, which provides a more accurate depiction of payment, considering variations in services and other complexities related to patient care.
Physician and other health care professional fees address the cost of care you receive from a Beaumont employee who is qualified by education, training, licensure/regulation (when applicable) and facility privileging (when applicable) who performs a professional service within his/her scope of practice and independently reports that professional service. Services performed by these physicians and other health care professionals will result in a separate bill.