Options to Determine Your Costs
Knowing how much you’ll have to pay for health services can make it easier to plan for health care expenses. But estimating how much you’ll have to pay out-of-pocket can be complicated.
University of Utah Health is trying to make this process easier by providing you a tool that helps you calculate how much you’ll have to pay out-of-pocket for common health care services.
Don't have a MyChart account?
Use our online tool to get an estimate.
Have a MyChart account?
MyChart also gives estimates for how much you'll pay out-of-pocket for common health care services using your actual insurance information.
Call a financial advocate at 801-581-2957
Learn How U of U Health Can Help You With Your Out of Pocket Costs
Full Care Pricing: Know the Full Cost for Services
University of Utah Health is unique in providing full care pricing, making it easier to estimate your out of pocket cost for a procedure or visit to the doctor. Our estimates include full scope of care cost, as demonstrated below.
What's Included in Your Out-of-Pocket Estimate?
If you have health insurance, our pricing transparency tool will tell you:
- average allowable amounts, and
- an estimate of how much you’ll have to pay out-of-pocket after your insurance is billed. Your out-of-pocket costs are based on your insurance plan.
Don’t Have Insurance? Discounts for Self-Pay Patients
When selecting an estimate as a self-pay patient, you’ll get an estimate of how much the services will cost, minus a 30 percent discount. This discount is University of Utah Health's way of helping you with your health care expenses.
If you have more questions or don’t see your particular procedure on our procedure list, please contact us.
Financial Advocate Team: 801-581-2957
View Our Standard Charges & Negotiated Rates
In accordance with the CMS 2019 IPPS final rule, University of Utah Health has published its list of standard charges and negotiated rates. Date effective: 9/21/2022
The below hyperlink includes a .CSV format of CMS’ requirement for a machine readable format, opening this file through popular formats such as Microsoft EXCEL or Microsoft Access will not accommodate a full download of the file. Our recommendation is to use a robust Database Management Application, this will accommodate a full download of the file.