Your insurance carrier may require you to pay the copayment at the time of service.
After you've been seen by the doctor, your bill is sent to your insurance company. Then your insurance company will send you an explanation of benefits detailing the amounts they paid, any discounts negotiated, non-covered services, denied services and remaining balances you owe.
You may be required by your insurance carrier to make a copayment at the time of service. Check with your insurance company to learn if you are responsible for copayments.
If you still have questions, contact your insurance company or Marshfield Clinic at 1-888-258-9775, option 2.
Marshfield Clinic offers a number of convenient ways to pay your bill.
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Your insurance company may require payment for part of your services. Be prepared to make a copayment when you check in for an appointment. You may be asked to pay for non-covered services in full before care is provided. For questions about copay, coinsurance, deductible or non-covered services, contact your insurance company.
Marshfield Clinic submits claims to primary insurance and, if applicable, secondary insurance, including Medicare and Medicaid. Patients receive a bill when an amount is due and payable, responsible for the amount in the “AMOUNT DUE” box. Balance due is payable when the statement is received.
For your convenience, payments can be made by cash, check or money order; credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express); and online.