What will my Michigan Medicine services cost?
Figuring out what health care is going to cost can be difficult and confusing. Variables include the charge for the service, what your insurance approves and pays, and what amounts are applied to your deductible, copay or coinsurance. At Michigan Medicine, we want to help you determine what your out-of-pocket cost is going to be so that you can make informed choices about your healthcare. Please keep in mind that the amount we calculate is an estimate, and that your actual out-of-pocket cost may be more or less depending on the care you receive and how your insurance company processes your claims.
If you are uninsured, or if you are receiving medically necessary services that are not covered by your insurance, we will discount your services to make them more affordable.
Whether you are insured or uninsured, our Patient Financial Counselors can explore financial options that may be available to you, including our Financial Assistance Program, MSupport. Please contact us at (877) 326-9155 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday-Friday, or email us at PFC-Counselors@med.umich.edu.
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- Out of Pocket Costs for Uninsured Patients, or Insured Patients Receiving Non-Covered Services: I have no insurance, or I am receiving medically necessary services that are not covered by my insurance plan.
- Out of Pocket Costs for Patients with Insurance: I have insurance (for example, Medicare, Medicaid, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, or a commercial plan) and I expect my services to be covered under my plan.