Do you have questions about your hospital bill and insurance? Below are answers to some common questions.
How can I pay my bill?
In person: We accept all major credit/Debit cards, cash and DD payable to Faith Multispecialty hospital. Check or money orders are not accepted. Credit and Debit cards will carry extra 2.5% of the total amount billed.
Do I need to pay a co-payment when I register for my hospital visit?
Yes, you may be asked to pay your co-payment, deductible, or estimated patient portion.
Does Faith Multispecialty hospital bill my insurance for services?
Yes, we bill all insurance companies for which you provide us information. View a list of insurance Companies we accept.
Do I need pre-certification for hospital services?
Most insurance plans require you to obtain pre-certification/authorization; however, it is up to you to find out whether your insurance requires pre-certification/authorization for any care provided at the hospital. If pre-certification/authorization is required and you or your doctors do not take steps to ensure that this authorization is obtained, reduced benefits or the denial of your entire claim by your insurance company are possible.
If you are scheduled for a test or procedure and do not have insurance, you may be asked to pay all or a portion of the expected charges prior to the procedure, with the balance of the charges due within day of discharge after the procedure. Emergency care is always provided regardless of ability to pay. You will be billed for any non-covered services or items that are your responsibility.
What if my insurance doesn't cover the entire cost of my care?
You are requested to pay the remaining bill cost.
When will I receive my bill?
You should receive an initial bill approximately every day and the final bill just after your Doctor informs of than you can be discharged.
What if there is a mistake on my bill?
We try to be accurate in all our billing, but if an error has been made, please contact the front office right away.