You are responsible for the total charges for the care and treatment you received at Lansdale Hospital. In most cases, the Hospital will accept your assignment of insurance benefits and will forward your hospital bill directly to the insurance company. We will allow 90 days from the date that we bill the insurance company for payment. If you have not received a notice of payment from your insurer within 60 days of receiving a copy of your hospital bill, we recommend that you contact the insurer directly and encourage speedy payment. If the insurance company has not sent payment to the hospital within 90 days, the status of your account will change from "insurance pay" to "patient pay." At that time, you will be expected to make prompt payment.
All patients should familiarize themselves with the terms of their insurance coverage. This will help you understand the hospital's billing procedures and charges.
If there is a question about your insurance coverage, a member of the Patient Access will contact you or a member of your family while you are here. Information may be needed in order to process your claims.
Accepted Health Plans
Lansdale Hospital has managed care contracts and arrangements with many health insurance companies. Please check with your insurance company to determine whether healthcare services at Lansdale Hospital are covered by your plan.
The Health Insurance Marketplace:
Where you can go for Health Insurance
The Affordable Care Act was designed to help people without insurance gain access to quality, affordable health care. Central to this goal is the creation of Health Insurance Marketplaces where people can compare the plans that are available. Individuals can access the Health Insurance Marketplace online or by phone. Visit https://www.healthcare.gov/ or call 800-318-2596, and speak to a trained counselor 24/7.
For more information about the Health Insurance Marketplace, see Important Things to Know.