In an effort to help patients make more informed decisions when selecting a hospital for treatment, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services requires hospitals to post their charges of standard procedures online.

This pricing information is known as a chargemaster or charge table. The amounts listed in the charge table do not factor in insurance, deductibles, copays, coinsurance, out-of-pocket maximums or other variables.

Therefore, the charges listed are never what the patient pays. Even if you do not have insurance, these charges are not what you pay.

Why are hospital charges different than what I owe?

Every detail of treatment has an impact on the patient’s out-of-pocket expense, from healthcare benefits and types of providers down to the unique services each patient requires.

Since the charges listed in the table are not tailored to your specific treatment, physicians or insurance, do not use the charge table to make decisions that would affect your health or care plan. Instead, we recommend you contact us for a cost estimate so that we can help you get a more accurate quote:

Call us at 775-982-3993 Monday – Friday: 7:00am – 6:00pm

The example below illustrates how two patients who received the same service would end up being responsible for two different charges depending solely on the insurance and the included benefits:

Example Scenarios

Example 1

CT Scan Head/Brain w/o Contrast

Renown CDM/Fee Schedule $2,450
Insurance Allowable Amount: $1,250

Patient Benefits: ($1,250*20%
Patient owes 20% of insurance allowable amount)

Real Patient Out-of-Pocket Cost: $250

Assumes patient has no deductible which may
increase the real patient out-of-pocket cost

Example 2

CT Scan Head/Brain w/o Contrast

Renown CDM/Fee Schedule $2,450
Insurance Allowable Amount: $1,270

Patient Benefits: ($500 Co-pay per CT)

Real Patient Out-of-Pocket Cost: $500

Assumes patient has no deductible which may
increase the real patient out-of-pocket cost

*The insurance allowable amounts above are examples only and not from any proprietary information.

 

Financial Assistance

The amounts listed in the charge table are not what the patient pays. However, many people make healthcare decisions based entirely on cost. At Renown, we are proud to offer the best healthcare in the region to our community, and we never want a fear of cost to prevent a person from seeking or receiving care.

We can help you navigate your way to an accurate financial estimate for future services you have planned and have a number of patient financial assistance programs and self-pay discounts available.

Learn about Renown's Financial Assistance Program

 

Care at Renown Health

Renown is continually growing, broadening services, improving the care we provide, seeking out the best and brightest and collaborating with the most influential and innovative - all to build healthier communities and a stronger Nevada.

Our aim is to provide unparalleled quality care. Thanks to our dedicated employees, doctors and partners, we have met that goal. It starts with research and the latest in medical innovations as we fulfill our vision of inspiring better health in our communities.

U.S. News & World Report ranked Renown Regional Medical Center as High Performing - the highest rating possible - in heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD) and colon cancer surgery. Renown South Meadows Medical Center was named to the Becker's 100 Greatest Community Hospitals and Truven 100 Top Hospitals lists, and won the 2016 Everest Award - presented to only 17 hospitals nationally.

When you choose Renown, you are choosing the best care in the region.

Access Renown's Charge Table

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