Bon Secours Bill Pay

Welcome to the Bon Secours blog post on Bill Pay! At Bon Secours, we understand the importance of taking care of your bills on time, so we make it our mission to offer easy and convenient payment options. Our goal is to make sure our customers have the best experience possible when it comes to paying their bills. Whether you’re using our online bill pay system or our more traditional methods, we will provide you with the best service available. In this blog post, we will cover everything you need to know about how to make bill payments with Bon Secours. We will answer any questions you may have about signing up for bill payments, making payments, and more. By the end of this blog post, you will have an understanding of how to make payments with Bon Secours and how to manage your billing account.

To make a payment, you may use this official links below:

Bill Payment

You can pay bills for inpatient and outpatient visits with MyChart. MyChart gives you 24/7 access to bill payment and accepts Visa, Mastercard,

Billing and Payment FAQs

You can view and pay hospital bills online or by phone or mail. What materials will I need to pay my bill online? You will need to have a copy of your bill.

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Choose the Type of Bill You’re Looking to Pay:

  • Call 877-342-1500 to reach hospital billing customer service and make a phone payment.
  • Call 888-835-9905 for Virginia Physician Billing Customer Service and to make a phone payment.
  • Call 864-603-6080 for South Carolina Physician Billing Customer Service and to make a phone payment.

What is MyChart?

Through MyChart, you have direct online access to certain sections of your doctor’s electronic medical record (EMR). You can access your lab results, appointment details, medication information, immunization records, and more for free in addition to paying your bills online.

You can access MyChart online or through the MyChart app, which is available for both iPhone and Android, on your smartphone.

With MyChart, you can pay for both inpatient and outpatient visits. The following credit cards are accepted by MyChart: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, and electronic checks.

New MyChart Site for Greenville Patients

You might receive billing in both Bon Secours MyChart locations as a result of the change to our MyChart experience. In the old MyChart location, billing statements for services rendered before May 21 will be accessible. Billing statements from Bon Secours will be accessible in our new MyChart site for services rendered after May 21. By linking an existing MyChart account to the new website, you can quickly view or compare billing statements. Link any current accounts once you’ve logged into the new website by clicking Open Sharing.

The highest standard of care is provided in response to the health needs of our community by Bon Secours Health System. However, we also understand that for some of our patients, the cost of healthcare can be a sizable, unforeseen expense. For urgent care and other medically necessary services, Bon Secours will not bill patients more than the average allowed amounts from Medicare and commercial payers.

How do I get the discount if I am uninsured?

At the time of billing, the uninsured discount is automatically deducted. Your statement will reflect the adjustment’s application when the balance is billed.

Who can I talk to about questions or problems with my bill?

To oversee and guarantee the accuracy of our hospital bills, Bon Secours has a skilled team of nurse auditors. Additionally, health maintenance organizations (HMOs) and insurance providers regularly review our hospital claims. We are confident that we provide the highest level of accuracy because of these and other procedures that are in place.

Please get in touch with our customer service centers if you have any inquiries about your bill or think it is incorrect.

  • Hospital Billing Customer Service: 877-342-1500
  • Virginia Physician Billing Customer Service: 888-835-9905
  • South Carolina Physician Billing Customer Service: 888-538-3832

Patients must make sure that the facility where they are receiving services accepts their insurance plan. Although Bon Secours participates in your insurance plan, not all services will necessarily be covered by it. A referral or certification is frequently required by HMOs and PPOs before admission or outpatient services. Your insurance company might deny the hospital claim if you don’t have a valid referral or certification, in which case you might be liable for the costs of the services. To ascertain whether your treatment will be covered, speak with your specific insurance provider.

One of our extended business partners, such as radiology, anesthesia, or laboratory, to name a few, may provide services to patients who receive services from a Bon Secours Facility. Patients might receive a bill from Bon Secours and another bill from one of our extended business partners, depending on the services they received.

If you have any questions about your bills, call Bon Secours Customer Service even though each billing statement includes the contact information for the relevant billing office.

Why did my insurance only pay part of my bill?

You must typically pay a deductible and/or coinsurance under most insurance plans. Additionally, you might be liable for any services that your policy does not cover. For specific responses to your questions, please get in touch with your insurance provider. Your insurance provider ought to provide you with an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) detailing the sums they have paid out and the balance you are responsible for.

A copayment is a set amount that a member must pay at the time of service to providers. Emergency room visits, hospital admissions, office visits, etc. all require copayments.

A common insurance policy clause known as the “deductible” requires the insured to pay a predetermined amount in medical expenses before insurance benefits are paid. For instance, before the insurance company will start to pay benefits, the member must accumulate and pay the $500 deductible specified in their policy. Once the patient meets the deductible, the insurance provider typically covers a portion of the bill.

Coinsurance is a form of cost sharing. After you’ve paid your deductible, your insurance will start covering a portion of your medical expenses. The remaining sum, referred to as coinsurance, represents the patient’s obligation.

How can I get a copy of my itemized bill?

To obtain an itemized bill, please contact our customer service centers.

  • Hospital Billing Customer Service: 877-342-1500
  • Virginia Physician Billing Customer Service: 888-835-9905
  • South Carolina Physician Billing Customer Service: 888-538-3832

By phone, Bon Secours accepts payments made with electronic checks, American Express, MasterCard, VISA, and Discover. Additionally, you can benefit from online payment through MyChart or https://www personapay. com/bonsecoursHB/login.

Please visit www for questions about Bon Secours Billing, Collections, and Financial Assistance Policies. fa. bonsecours. com.

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