You want to make the right choices about where you receive your care. This requires knowing how much that care will cost. But you're not alone if you find healthcare pricing and insurance coverage confusing.
We're committed to providing the information you need to make healthcare decisions you feel good about.
Create a Price Estimate Yourself
You can use MyChart to create a personalized price estimate yourself. You don't have to have a MyChart account.
We don't yet have all of our services included in this tool. Check back often, as we're always adding services.
Create a price estimate yourself using MyChart.
Get a Personal Price Estimate
Get an individualized, out-of-pocket cost estimate. It's the best way to understand the price you'll have to pay after insurance.
Ask us for a price estimate now.
Paying for Healthcare 101
This guide has everything you need to know about paying for healthcare, insurance issues, and asking the right questions.
The price information contained in these large files is NOT an estimate of the costs you have to pay. These files are not intended for patients and do not reflect your out-of-pocket costs.
If you are a patient, you can get an estimate by:
Read more about patient cost estimates.
Prices Listed by Item
The Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) requires hospitals to make available standard charges for the items and services they provide accessible to patients.
The term "standard charges" can be misleading. They will not match the amount you will owe.
How to Read the Standard Price List
You should read this list of standard charges as a list of single, individualized items. This file shows our standard charges, discounted cash price, and negotiated payor rates. Your care may include many of these items combined together.
Prices are valid as of July 1, 2022.
View the list of machine-readable standard charges listed in a TXT file (txt).
View our Charge Description Master (csv).
Prices of Provider Services
In addition to the hospital charges listed above, you're responsible for paying the doctors and other providers who perform services and procedures.
You can see how much providers charge for performing medical services. These prices reflect estimates provided by the University Physicians Group.
Still have questions? See our price and cost FAQs.
Need Help Paying for Care?
We can help you find financial aid to cover your medical expenses. Our financial aid services are free.
These prices are effective July 1, 2021 and are in accordance with the CARES Act. The high throughput test is the most common test we use.
If you have health insurance, we’ll charge your insurance company:
- High throughput – $110
- Antibody test – $47
- Rapid antigen test – $42
Without insurance, the tests cost:
- High throughput – $66
- Antibody test – $28.20
- Rapid antigen test – $25.20
If we provide other tests and screenings at the same time of your COVID-19 test, your total bill will be different.