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Financial Information

Financial Assistance

COVID-19 Financial Assistance

COVID-19 Payment Plans

COVID-19 Financial Assistance Application

For the Patient Financial Assistance Policy:

Patient Financial Assistance Policy

For the Financial Assistance Form:

Manning Regional Healthcare Center Financial Assistance Form

For the Financial Assistance Provider List:

Financial Assistance Provider List

For information about the amount that is generally billed:

AGB Form (FY21)

Standard Charges

Manning Regional Healthcare Center charge data is being provided as part of a federal regulatory policy effective January 1, 2019 mandated by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and is updated annually or as appropriate. THIS DATA IS NOT REPRESENTATIVE OF A PATIENT’S EXPECTED OUT-OF-POCKET COSTS. Each patient’s out-of-pocket costs are dependent on the patient’s medical conditions and patient’s contract with their insurance company. The charge data is the amount Manning Regional Healthcare Center bills for a service and in the majority of instances, Manning Regional Healthcare Center is reimbursed at a rate that is considerably less than the amount charged. Patients should contact their insurance company to understand which costs will be covered and which will be the patient’s responsibility. Charges can include unlisted procedures, services, supplies and tests as well as any fees associated with services, such as equipment fees and room charges. Certain items and or services have a zero dollar price in the standard charges for a variety of reasons – contracted billing services that drop charges externally, no cost supplies, charges based on real-time formularies, explosion codes and other system limitations.  Such items and services will appear with zero dollar charges and are not reflective of the actual charge. In addition, items and or services are sometimes assigned a one penny price to reflect, for example, a state provided medication or drug, contrast items, or therapy status codes used for CMS reporting and are not reflective of the actual charge contained outside of the chargemaster. If you want an estimate for a specific test or procedure please contact our business office at 712-655-2072.

For the current standard list of charges click here.