As our patient, you are very important to us. We understand that coming to the hospital for care can be an anxious time and that the bills associated with your care can be difficult to understand. We hope the information provided here will be helpful. If you ever have questions about hospital charges, please call 607-547-3480.
Please understand that this information is meant to explain how hospital charges are determined and provide a general idea of prices for the most common inpatient, outpatient and diagnostic procedures at A.O. Fox Hospital - Tri-Town Campus. The charges listed are average estimated prices for medical procedures and subject to change.
The amount a patient is responsible for paying is determined by your insurance plan. Click here for participating insurances. We encourage you to contact your insurance carrier in order to fully understand your health care coverage, including deductibles and copays. For patients who have little or no health insurance, Bassett Healthcare Network offers a variety of services. Learn more here. Bassett Healthcare Network also provides support to patients who need help determining their eligibility for Medicaid and other financial support services, including guidance on the insurance products available through the New York State Insurance Exchange.
Factors Influencing Hospital Charges
Prices reflect not only the cost of a particular item or procedure, but the entire human and facility resources required to provide the care. Among the variables are the type of procedure you are undergoing, the cost of the technology used in your care, medical supplies, the wages and benefits of the staff providing your care, and your health insurance coverage.
Price is only one consideration in making decisions about health care and does not equate with quality and outcomes. As you make healthcare decisions for yourself and loved ones, we encourage you to get to know Tri-Town Regional Hospital and Bassett Healthcare Network by reviewing the wealth of information about our health system on this website, speaking with others about their care experience and speaking with the providers who may be involved in your care.
Procedures & Prices
On this page are the average estimated prices for some of the most common medical procedures performed at A.O. Fox Hospital - Tri-Town Campus. These charges are subject to change. We have also included the average payment from Medicare for each procedure. It is important to understand that the figures listed are not what a patient may pay for the service/procedure. The amount you will owe depends on your insurance plan; please contact your insurance company to find out what your financial obligation will be.
Please be aware that the hospital prices listed do not include physicians’ fees, such as the surgeon, anesthesiologist and radiologist charges. Prices may also vary due to the medical complexity of a specific case.
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Please Note: A.O. Fox Hospital - Tri-Town Campus is a satellite location of A.O. Fox Hospital in Oneonta, and therefore Tri-Town campus charges and pricing are the same as A.O. Fox Hospital's.
Frequently Asked Questions
The amount you owe depends on your insurance plan. Please contact your insurance company directly to determine what your financial obligation will be. You may be asked to provide a procedure code, which can be obtained from your physician's office. For participating insurances, click here.
The prices for the procedures listed on this website are estimates. The amount you will be billed for may vary depending on such things as: Additional testing, medications, services or procedures that may be required Pre-existing conditions, such as smoking, diabetes and obesity that may impact your medical needs. How are prices established for Tri-Town Regional Hospital’s services? Tri-Town Regional Hospital reviews its charges annually, taking into consideration the following factors: The cost of providing staff, equipment, facilities, medications and other supplies. The amount of time our facilities and staff are needed to provide the necessary services. Information provided by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the federal agency that manages the Medicare and Medicaid program. Prices that other hospitals and health systems in the region list for the same service or procedure.
If you would like more information including payment options or possible financial assistance, or have questions about a procedure or price that is not listed on our site, please contact us. You may also want to review information on this website about financial assistance options.
Tri-Town Regional Hospital participates with a number of insurance and managed care plans, but it is always advisable to verify participation in your specific health plan through your insurance carrier. Click here for participating insurances.