Why is health care expensive?
For information about the cost of your specific care, please contact Reid Patient Financial Services at (765) 983-3358.
Billing from a hospital visit:
You can expect to receive at least 2 bills for each hospital visit.
- at least one bill will include the physician charges - charges for the actual doctor's services.
- at least one bill will include the facility charges - charges for the use of the room, equipment, supplies, etc.
Additionally, there are often other bills associated with services provided by a healthcare professional who may not work directly for the hospital. These may include anestesiologists, laboratory work, reading of x-rays/MRI, etc.
For example, if you came to the emergency room and had an x-ray and laboratory test, you may receive a bill from:
- the hospital for technical resources
- the emergency room physician for professional services
- the radiologist for interpreting any x-rays
- the pathologist for analyzing any specimens taken
This is because when a physician specialist performs a service, he or she is generally required to submit their bill separate from the hospital's bill.
For more information about billing at Reid Health, or to request a hospital price estimate:
The information provided below is a comprehensive list of facility charges for each inpatient and outpatient service or item provided by Reid Health, also known as a chargemaster. It is not a helpful tool for patients to comparison shop between hospitals or to estimate what health care services are going to cost them out of their own pocket.
For more information about the cost of care, please click the Indiana Hospital Association button below. The Indiana Hospital Association's mycareinsight.org website was created to inform health care consumers about various aspects of pricing, as well as quality information.
Diagnosis Related Group Pricing
We've also provided our pricing information in the form of a Diagnosis Related Group (DRG). A DRG covers all charges associated with an inpatient stay from the time of admission to discharge. DRGs categorize patients with respect to diagnosis, treatment, and length of hospital stay. DRGs depend on the following variables:
- Principal diagnosis
- Secondary diagnosis
- Surgical procedures performed
- Comorbidities and complications
- Patient's age and sex
- Discharge status
Click the links below to view Reid Health's pricing per DRG. If you'd like to compare Reid Health's pricing to other Indiana hospitals, click the Indiana Hospital Association link below.
Reid cares for the community
Did you know in 2017 Reid Health Community Benefit gave over $48 million to the communities we serve through Medicare/Medicaid shortfall, charity care, and community health grants?
The community health grants sponsored programs and services benefiting 110,943 people in the counties of Wayne, Fayette, Preble, Union, Randolph, Henry, and Darke. Reid provided $219,998 in grants to fund 23 community programs focusing on mental health and substance abuse, physical activity, nutrition, and weight.