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What does a visit cost?
Based on nearly 30,000 patient claims over the last three years, on average a patient pays the following amount out of pocket for their DispatchHealth visit. Please keep in mind the total amount you’re responsible for varies based on your specific insurance plan. For COVID-19 test pricing, visit our COVID-19 page.
TOTAL COST OF CARE FOR A DISPATCHHEALTH VISIT
Your bill may show charges that are higher than these numbers. Medical charges are different than what is allowed by your insurance company and what you may pay out of pocket. DispatchHealth payment methods include credit, debit, health savings account (HSA), health reimbursement account (HRA) and flexible spending account (FSA). At times, third-party service providers may be recommended including imaging, labs, prescriptions or other healthcare services. In these instances, the patient will be billed separately by those services.
Explanation of benefits (EOB)
Typically, you should receive an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) from your insurance company 30-45 days after your visit. This will explain what they covered based on the services rendered at the time of the visit.
Your services bill
You may then receive a bill from DispatchHealth. The amount is based on your insurance plan / deductible and is determined by your insurance company. Your bill is based on the level of care provided. Bills are submitted to your insurance company using the DispatchHealth billing team.