The federal government requires each hospital to post on its website a list of its standard charges for each inpatient and outpatient service and item provided by the hospital. The list is available in a machine-readable format here.
If you have health insurance, the amount you will be billed and expected to pay for your services depends on your specific health insurance coverage and your insurance company’s contract with Spooner Health. If you do not have health insurance, you may be eligible for reduced costs under Spooner Health’s financial assistance policy, or you may be eligible for Medicaid coverage.
For information that would help you estimate the cost of your care or the amount you might owe for your care, please contact our patient financial services staff at 715-939-1609. You can find information about our Financial Assistance Polices at www.spoonerhealth.com/patients-visitors/patient-visitor-info/financial-assistance/.
To help our patients better understand healthcare services, the cost of their care, and comparison shop between hospitals, additional information is available at www.wipricepoint.org.
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