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Patient Health Cost Calculator

Giving You the Tools to Make Better Health Care Decisions

Planning for good health should be simple. And you should have all the tools you need to make the best, most informed decisions about your health care.

That’s why Campbell County Health offers an online health cost calculator for our patients. It gives you hospital price estimates for most routine test and procedures, including:

  • Imaging exams
  • Labs
  • Surgeries

Click Here for the health cost calculator

Can't see the button? Click or copy and paste this link: https://campbell-county.msph.recondohealth.net/#/

Please note: the health cost calculator works best in the Google Chrome web browser.

Why Estimate My Health Care Costs?

Knowledge is power. Knowing your estimated costs for health care services can help you plan for the future. It can also help you have more informed talks with your doctor about the tests and treatments you need.

You can use our health cost calculator to:

  • Compare prices across other providers and networks.
  • Decide on procedures that fit your needs, medically and financially.
  • Find out how prices for the same procedure vary across CCH facilities.
  • Learn about out-of-pocket costs after insurance.

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to frequently asked questions about our health cost estimator here.

You can also contact Pre-Access Services at (307) 688-1491 between 8 am-4 pm, Monday-Friday, or email questions to ptransparency@cchwyo.org.

Why can't I find my procedure in the cost calculator tool?

The estimated hospital costs for some procedures may not be listed in the health cost calculator tool. You can still get a price estimate by contacting Pre-Access Services at (307) 688-1491 between 8 am-4 pm, Monday-Friday, email questions to ptransparency@cchwyo.org or send questions here.

Send Questions Here

Can't see the button? Click or copy and paste this link: https://www.cchwyo.org/contact-us/

Will my price estimate match my final bill?

No. This is a good faith estimate only. The amount of your final bill will likely be different. It can depend on several things, including:

  • More tests may be needed.
  • Non-hospital related fees, such as those for the surgeon, anesthesiologist or radiologist.
  • Possible complications.

Will I need my health insurance information to get the estimate?

Yes. Please have your health insurance plan name and policy number ready when you fill out our online cost estimator tool. This helps us give you the most accurate estimate. That way, you can make the best medical cost comparison.

If you are filling out the form for someone else, please have the policy holder’s information on hand.

How is my price estimate determined?

We use data to see what other patients have paid for the same procedure at the same facility. Based on this, we take your personal insurance information (coinsurance amount and deductible amount) into account. Then we calculate your estimated hospital out-of-pocket expenses.

What is a procedure code?

A procedure code, or Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code, is a five-digit number that identifies medical, surgical and diagnostic procedures. We don’t need a procedure code for a cost estimate, but it can help us provide the closest estimate. Your doctor can give you the procedure code.