Billing

The following is a list of frequently asked questions (FAQs). To read the answer to each question, please click on the question.

Questions:

What are my payment options?

Payment in full is expected within 30 days from the date of service. We accept: • Cash/Check/Money Order • Visa/MasterCard/Discover • Workers’ Compensation • Private Insurance • Medicare/Medicaid/Champus • Monthly Payment Plans, by arrangement We offer a 10% discount on accounts paid in full within ten (10) days of receipt of the initial bill.
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I have had multiple visits to Clark Fork Valley Hospital/Family Medicine Network and am now receiving multiple bills. Why can’t everything be combined into one bill?

Each visit to the doctor or hospital is unique. Insurance companies look at each visit separately to determine how it is covered by your policy. Every time you receive services at Clark Fork Valley Hospital or from one of our Family Medicine Network locations, you will be assigned an account number specific to that visit. This helps your insurance company consider each claim and helps you receive the maximum benefits from our policy’s coverage.
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I am on a very limited income with little or no insurance coverage. Is there anyone I can talk to about financial assistance?

Absolutely! Any time you feel that you may have difficulty paying your hospital bill, you are invited to call us. We can help find a solution that is tailored to your specific needs. You can reach our Finance Specialist (A-L) 826-4962 and (M-Z) 826-4912.
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Why am I receiving bills from several different places for one visit to Clark Fork Valley Hospital or one of the Family Medicine Network offices?

Clark Fork Valley Hospital & Family Medicine Network will bill you for the hospital/physician portion of the services you receive. You may also receive a bill from an affiliated provider who provides services at Clark Fork Valley Hospital or one of our Family Medicine Network offices. Examples of affiliated providers include radiologists, surgeons and pathologists. You can expect a seperate bill for their services. Please contact these providers directly with questions about bills you receive from them.
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