Patients who are being billed for services that are not covered by their health insurance can make payments on those services online at patientaccounts.net. The Patient Accounts web portal is available for customers to view their account information and pay their bill online. Customers can utilize the site 24 hours a day 7 days a week and it is accessible via mobile devices and smartphones.
If you’ve recently received a bill that indicates you still owe on services that weren’t covered by your healthcare provider individual payments on those services can be made online at Patient Accounts. Before making any online payments it is a good idea to speak with someone and allow them to explain the services you’re being billed for so you fully understand what you’re paying. There should be a phone number for customer service on your bill.
Your billing account information is available at Patient Accounts so you can easily login to your account and view your non-covered charges. To login simply click the Log in button at the top right of the screen. You will need to enter your account number, access code, and the last 4 digits of your social security number to access your account.
Once logged in to the system you can view your bill electronically along with your balance information, dates of service, description of services, and they type of charges you owe for. Charges owed are typically deductibles, co-payments, or any other non-covered charges.
Patient Accounts Bill Pay
The site is a convenient and fast way for patients to submit their payments as in comparison to mailing in your payment, paying online is a much faster way for payment processing. Customers are allowed to pay by Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Diners for remaining balances. Other payment options are paying by phone or mailing in a check or money order for the amount owed. Patients can refer to the phone number and address on their billing invoice.
Patient Accounts Billing Questions
Patients who have questions about their portion of the bill should always utilize the 1-800 number on their billing statement to speak with someone in the Billing department. You will want to know exactly why you are being charged and why your insurance didn’t cover the amount owed. Depending on how much your portion of the bill is you may even want to ask about payment arrangements. Most Billing departments will work with their patients and offer different types of payment arrangements that are affordable and can be spread out over a few months.
Before making your first payment online at patientaccounts.net please speak to someone to review your charges and ensure they were processed correctly.