Thank you for choosing Ivinson Memorial Hospital for your health care needs. Our goal is to provide exceptional service to our patients! This mission extends to Patient Financial Services, where our staff is happy to help you understand any questions you may have regarding your bill.
We want to make it as easy as possible for you to manage the costs of your services. The information on this page is intended to help you better understand our billing process, payment options, and the financial assistance that Ivinson offers to qualified individuals.
the billing process
The billing process starts when you provide your insurance and demographic information at the time of registration. Please make sure you have provided the Admitter with your most current insurance information.
The charges applied to your account are coded based on the physician order and chart documentation.
As a courtesy, Ivinson will submit claims directly to your insurance company. Ivinson will work with you and your insurance company to resolve any issues that may arise. If you have more than one plan Ivinson will also bill your secondary/tertiary insurance.
Once your insurance has processed a claim they will send you an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) informing you of our charges, their payment amount and the amount for which you are responsible. Ivinson will also receive an EOB and/or payment from your insurance company.
Patient Statements — If you are uninsured or have a patient balance after an insurance payment or denial you will receive a statement from our billing agency (Clear Health Financial Solution — CHFS). THIS IS NOT A COLLECTION AGENCY.
Your accounts will be considered resolved once we have received full payment. If you are uninsured, underinsured or having financial difficulty, please contact our Financial Counselor at (307) 755‑4389 to discuss payment plans or financial assistance that may be available.
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