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Patient Price List

Want better insight into the cost of care at York Hospital? Download our service price lists.

Patient price list

Shoppable services list

FAQs for Patient Price List

As of January 1, 2021, each hospital operating in the United States is required by the federal government to provide clear, accessible pricing information online about the items and services they provide. The information includes:

  • Gross charge: The charge for an individual item or service that is reflected in the Hospital’s service listing, absent any discounts.
  • Payer-specific negotiated charge: The charge the Hospital has negotiated with a third-party payer for an item or service.
  • De-identified minimum negotiated charge: The lowest charge the Hospital has negotiated with all third-party payers for an item or service.
  • De-identified maximum negotiated charge: The highest charge the Hospital has negotiated with all third-party payers for an item or service.
  • Uninsured price: The charge that applies to an individual who is uninsured and pays cash (or cash equivalent) for the Hospital item or service.

To meet these requirements, we’ve provided comprehensive machine-readable files with all items and services in the Hospital’s service listing and 300 shoppable services in a consumer-friendly format.

These files are updated once a year, but prices and contracted rates are updated during the year and may not be reflected in these files.

Our service listing may not include charges for services provided by the doctors who treat you while you’re at the hospital. You may receive separate bills from York Hospital and the doctors involved in your care.

The estimates in the provided files don’t include any fees for independent practitioners who perform physician services. This includes but isn’t limited to:

  • ENT
  • Gastroenterology
  • Imaging
  • Orthopedics
  • Plastic surgery
  • Podiatry
  • Pathology

For PET scans, you’ll be billed separately for the facility fee portion of the exam.

The list of charges is the same for all patients. However, the total charges for an individual patient often vary from one patient to another for a number of reasons, including but not limited to:

  • How long it takes to perform the service or how long it takes you to recover in the hospital
  • Whether the service or procedure you receive is more or less difficult than expected
  • What kinds of medication you require
  • Whether you experience complications and need additional treatment
  • Other health conditions you may have that may affect your care

As mentioned above, service listing amounts are almost never billed to a patient or received as payment by York Hospital.

For more information on the Transparency in Coverage Final Rule issued by the U.S. Department of the Treasury, the U.S. Department of Labor, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, visit this website.

Have other questions?

For additional information or to talk to someone about York Hospital’s “Caring For All” Financial Assistance Plans, please call toll free at 1 (877) 363-4321, and ask for extension 2389 or 2398.

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