WERE YOU REFERRED BY YOUR HEALTHCARE PROVIDER?

Hospitals and healthcare providers understand that with the increase in medical deductibles, many people may need more time to pay their portion due after insurance. That’s why your provider sponsors CarePayment.

If you were referred to CarePayment by your provider, it means the healthcare provider would like to offer a payment option that
allows you to pay your outstanding balance due after insurance—over time and without interest charges.

Health systems, hospitals and medical groups understand that with medical deductibles increasing, many people may need more time to pay their portion due after insurance. To help people pay off their medical bills, healthcare providers sponsor the CarePayment payment plan. CarePayment allows you to pay off your balance owed over time with affordable monthly payments and without interest charges (0.0% APR).

Participation in the CarePayment program is voluntary, with no application. If you don’t want to use the CarePayment program to pay your balance due over time, your healthcare provider may require you to pay your balance in full.