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Contracted Insurance Carriers

We will bill all Health Insurance plans for inpatient and outpatient services, if you provide proof of insurance (i.e. an insurance card) at the time of service.

Many insurance plans require prior approval for services by patients and/or their Primary Care Providers (PCPs) before services can be covered. This is often called pre-authorization.

Commercial Insurance plans also generally have deductibles, co-pays, and/or coinsurances.
- A deductible is an annual expense that you must pay before your insurance benefits can begin. This amount can vary depending on your plan and on the location where you receive service (i.e. your doctor’s office vs. a large hospital). Supplemental Insurance Plans may cover this cost.

- Coinsurance is the portion of the total bill (usually a percentage) that is the patient’s (or guarantor’s) responsibility to pay. This amount can vary depending on your plan and on location where you receive service (i.e. your doctor’s office vs. a large hospital). Supplemental Insurance Plans may cover this cost.

- A Co-pay is a set amount paid each visit, based on your insurance policy. This usually does not count toward your deductible.

Before your visit to Inland Hospital , please review your health-plan booklet or call your benefit office or insurance company to clarify your specific policy benefits and requirements. Many insurance carriers also have their own web sites – information about your company’s web site can be found in your insurance policy handbook, on your insurance card, or at your benefits office.

Our staff is not able to answer questions regarding specific plan details.You can find your insurance company’s customer cervice telephone number on your insurance card.

Below is a list of insurance carriers/networks that participate with Inland Hospital . Participation with Inland Hospital or other Eastern Maine Healthcare affiliated hospitals is determined by your employer, and your specific insurance carrier/network. The best way to find out if your Insurance carrier participates with Inland Hospital is to call your insurance carrier.

This list is not all-inclusive and is subject to change: