For your convenience and in compliance with state law, The Christ Hospital is providing this price list containing our usual and customary charges for room and board, emergency department, operating room, delivery, physical therapy and other procedures that you may be interested in. Click this link to browse our price list: Usual and Customary Charges. These prices are effective as of July 1, 2018.
In addition, you may also download a CSV copy of our standard charges for hospital services as required under the Affordable Care Act. This list contains current prices for billable services charged by the hospital for services rendered.
In connection with hospital services, patients may use and be charged for certain supply items, devices and/or drugs. The quantity and selection of drugs and supplies used is customized to each patient’s needs. The price charged for these drug, supply and device items will be dependent on many variables including: size, quantity used, and dosage, as well as the actual cost of the item consumed, which can fluctuate as frequently as daily, based upon market conditions. The price listed herein for drugs, supplies and devices is the most current price of the supply, device or drug as of 12/19/2018; actual charges may vary based on the items utilized and cost on the day of service. Click this link to download our price list: Standard Charges for Hospital Services. Or browse a PDF version of this list.
In addition to posting our list of standard charges, per instructions in the IPPS final rule, hospitals are required to make public a list of the hospital’s standard charges for each diagnostic-related group (DRG). Charges for DRGs vary from one patient to the next. Based on the 2019 IPPS final rule, The Christ Hospital Health Network has calculated an average DRG charge over a 12 month period and is making that information public. Please browse The Christ Hospital Health Network Average DRG list.
While the hospital’s charges are the same for all patients, these prices do not reflect what patients actually pay for services rendered. A
patients financial responsibility is dependent on individual insurance
coverage, including deductibles and co-pays. Because this can sometimes be confusing for patients and their
families, we encourage you to reach out to our financial support team to
receive the most accurate estimates. Uninsured or underinsured patients should consult with our admitting and billing staff to determine whether they qualify for discounts.
If you’re interested in receiving an estimate of your costs for future hospital services, please call 513-585-0700. We can provide you with an estimate of your potential costs based on the information you provide, including your insurance coverage. To receive the most accurate estimate, please be ready to provide your insurance information and the “CPT” code for the service you’re being schedule for; the CPT code can be obtained from your physician’s office.
Please note that any cost estimates you are given are truly estimates based entirely on the service you are scheduled for and the information provided by your insurance company, including your deductible and out of pocket payment requirements. If there are changes in your insurance or the medical services provided, your cost may be different than originally estimated.
Additionally, if you have insurance, we encourage you to contact your insurance plan to investigate your potential costs for services with The Christ Hospital Health Network. Your insurance company can provide you with your current out-of-pocket liabilities for services you may receive.