Transparency in Healthcare
Florida Health Price Finder
The Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (Agency) launched Florida Health Price Finder, a new health care transparency tool for consumers. The new website allows consumers and caregivers to look up the average amounts paid by Florida insurance plans for a specific service, giving them a better estimate of their total out-of-pocket expenses. The average amounts paid by insurance plans are based on billions of lines of claims data from three Florida health plans. Claims data from additional health plans are expected to be added to the database in 2018.
- The website lists the services as “care bundles”. A care bundle includes the steps and procedures that are part of a typical treatment plan for that specific care bundle. For example, the care bundle for Knee Replacement includes an office visit with a specialist, surgery, outpatient physical therapy/rehabilitation and follow-up visits.
- Since 2007, Floridians have been able to use FloridaHealthFinder.gov to look up un-discounted hospital charges, however, this is rarely the amount that individuals or insurance companies are expected to pay. Now, with this new tool, and in conjunction with working with their respective insurance plans, Floridians have the opportunity to get a much better estimate of out-of-pocket costs for specific services.
Patient Health Record
Upon request and after discharge from Jacksonville Center for Endoscopy, Jacksonville Center for Endoscopy will make available the patient record that may be necessary for verification of the accuracy of your patient statement.
List of Health Insurers and Health Maintenance Organizations
Click here for a list of names and web addresses of health insurers and health maintenance organizations (HMO) contracted as a network provider or participating provider.