Estimate the cost of your care using Mayo’s online estimate tool.
To request an estimation of services, please contact the Patient Estimating Service within Patient Account Services. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Prior to your call, you will need to have the following information:
- Description of services — you will need to provide the CPT procedure code, which can be obtained from your physician
- Name of your insurance
- Type of insurance, for example, PPO, HMO, POS, Medicare, Medicaid, self-pay
The pricing information provided is a best estimate based on the information we currently have available at the time of the request and is not a guarantee of what the patient will be charged.
Please understand that in many cases it is impossible to predict the final charges that will result from your services, as there are many variables involved in the actual services, such as the length of time spent in surgery or recovery, specific equipment used, supplies and medications required, additional tests ordered by the physician, or any unusual special care or unexpected conditions or complications that may occur during the course of service.
Arizona price transparency
Mayo Clinic has prepared a Direct Pay Pricing statement (PDF) in response to Arizona law requiring certain licensed health care facilities and licensed health care providers to make available the direct pay prices for a certain specified number of their most commonly used facilities or services.
Florida price transparency
On July 1, 2016, two bills related to health care price transparency became law in Florida. House Bill (HB) 1175 sets forth new and expanded requirements for hospital websites. The bill also requires the Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) to contract with a vendor to create a database using claims payment data submitted from health plans. HB 221 was developed to address "surprise bills," which may occur when patients go to a hospital in their health plan's network and are treated by an "out-of-network" provider. In this type of scenario, patients are subject to out-of-pocket fees. HB 221 requires hospitals, providers and health plans to post information about health plan network participation on their websites. Additional details may be found at the following link: House Bill (HB) 1175 (PDF).