During your visit, you or your child may receive physician services from a provider of Connecticut Children’s Specialty Group (Specialty Group) and/or hospital services from Connecticut Children’s Medical Center (Medical Center). You may also receive services from other community based physicians and specialist not employed by Connecticut Children’s which may bill patients separately. To help you understand how the services your child receives may affect your bill, we are providing estimated charges for inpatient and outpatient services provided most frequently by the Medical Center and Specialty Group. Please consult your benefit plan to understand what your financial liability may be and contact your insurer to determine the co-pay and/or deductible for which you may be responsible.
We understand the healthcare system can be complex and that your child’s health is your top priority, so please don’t hesitate to contact us at 860.545.8086to discuss charges and cost estimates either in planning for treatment or retrospectively to better understand the services provided. Here are some key points for you will want to be aware of, as well as links to examples of the various Medical Center and Specialty Group most frequent and typical charges:
- Actual services rendered may be different based upon clinical evaluation/assessment during the visit and may result in different final charges from the estimates provided.
- The Specialty Group estimates do not include any office visit services typically associated with an office co-payment.
- You could incur a deductible/co-insurance liability to the Medical Center that you would not incur if the department providing the service was not a hospital outpatient department.
Please click here to download our typical charges for Inpatient Services
Please click here to download our typical charges for Outpatient Services
Please click here to download our typical charges for the Specialty Group Services
Please click here to download our typical charges for use of our Hospital Pharmacy
Please click here to download our Federal Pricing Transparency Requirements
Try our online patient estimate tool for a better understanding of pricing related to hospital based services.
You should contact your insurance company for information about what your insurance covers and your financial responsibility for the services. If you have questions about (i) the services your child received or is scheduled to receive, (ii) your bill, (iii) financial assistance, or (iv) financial billing arrangements, our financial counselors are available to assist you Monday — Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m and can be contacted at 860.545.8086.