Financial considerations should be the least of your worries when preparing for a medical procedure of any kind. So we take the time to walk you through every aspect of billing and payment, ensuring you understand your coverage and any co-pays, deductibles or differences you may owe.
Following your procedure, our business office staff will bill your insurance carrier(s) directly; your insurance carrier(s) will then send you an â€œexplanation of benefitsâ€ (EOB) statement. The EOB is not a bill; instead, it itemizes all services you received at Aspen Mountain Medical Center, explains what portion of the costs are paid by the insurance carrier, and then highlights what you will owe our hospital.
Once the EOB is processed, we will bill you for the amount still owed, which will be due upon receipt. Please note that Aspen Mountain Medical Center will bill you only for hospital services, so you may receive separate bills from other providers, including the surgeon or anesthesiologist.
Any deductible or co-pay that is required by your insurance carrier(s) will be due on or before your day of treatment. If you do not have insurance, the full procedure amount will be due at that time; however, you are welcome to contact our business office before your procedure date and our staff will work with you to develop a monthly payment plan.
Aspen Mountain is committed to fulfilling its mission to provide quality and compassionate health care services to people from all walks of life. Our goal is to help you understand the charge, billing, and payment process prior to your visit so you can make an informed decision regarding your health care out of pocket costs. Aspen Mountain Medical Center accepts cash, cashier’s checks, major credit cards and personal checks with a valid ID.