Information about how the billing process works at Johns Hopkins All Children’s and the type of bill you may receive, depending on the services your child receives.
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital will bill your insurance provider as a courtesy, as long as you’ve given us your most recent insurance information.
After the claim has been submitted to your insurance provider, your insurance provider will usually respond to us within 30-45 days, and should provide you with an explanation of benefits (EOB) that explains how the claim was paid or will be paid. The EOB will also inform you of the portion of the bill you’re responsible for paying. If your insurance provider does not cover the full cost of your medical services, you may receive a bill from us.
Costs for hospital services will be billed under Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.
Costs for physician services may be billed under Pediatric Physician Services (PPS), West Coast Neonatology, OB/GYN Specialists, PPS Cardiovascular Surgery, PPS Psychiatry or PPS Neurosurgery, depending on the services received. It’s common to receive multiple bills when medical services are rendered.
University of South Florida physicians and other private physician practices also provide care to patients at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. You may receive a separate bill from them for the services they provided.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding your health insurance policy, please contact your insurance provider directly to discuss your benefits plan, deductible, co-payment and co-insurance amounts.
If you have any questions about our billing process, please call us at 727-767-4410, and we’ll be happy to assist.