At Kansas City Orthopaedic Institute, our commitment to patient care excellence stems far beyond our exceptional outcomes. We are dedicated to providing clear, concise pricing information to help you better understand the cost of your orthopedic care.
Kansas City Orthopaedic Institute has made available a copy of its standard charges for items and services provided by KCOI Here. Prices are effective as of 1/1/19 and are subject to change at any time. This list is provided in order to help patients understand what their potential financial liability might be for services obtained at Kansas City Orthopaedic Institute and to compare charges for similar services across hospitals.
The amount that is paid for items and services provided to a particular patient may differ significantly from these standard charges, depending upon several factors such as the patient’s insurance coverage, deductibles and co-pays. Insurance plans may negotiate rates for in-network providers that are substantially lower than standard charges. In some cases, items and services may be “bundled” by an insurance plan to reflect expected treatment for certain diagnoses or surgical procedures, notwithstanding the actual charges. Many other variables may also affect the amount that is actually paid by or on behalf of the patient. Consistent with our community focus, KCOI offers financial assistance for demonstrated need in appropriate cases.
We recognize hospital billing can be complex. If you have questions about the cost of a particular procedure or test, please contact us at 913-253-8951. We will provide you with an answer to your question within two business days and follow up with a written price estimate. In addition, our financial counselors can help you make payment arrangements or obtain financial assistance if needed.
If you have questions regarding a billing statement you have received, please contact our billing office at 913-253-8932 or email@example.com.
To provide the most accurate pricing information, please request the anticipated procedure code(s) from your physician.