Other government insurance

TRICARE/CHAMPUS

After each visit, Mayo Clinic will send you an itemized statement of charges detailing the services and charges for the visit and, separately, a monthly statement of account listing the payments and adjustments made on each visit since your previous monthly statement. Your personal financial responsibility, as noted on your TRICARE/CHAMPUS explanation of benefits (deductibles, cost-share and noncovered charges), is due when you receive your monthly statement of account.

Mayo Clinic has agreed to accept the established TRICARE/CHAMPUS fee schedule for your services. Mayo Clinic will bill full fees to TRICARE/CHAMPUS. As payment is received, your account will be adjusted to the established TRICARE/CHAMPUS fee schedule. You'll be responsible to pay for deductibles, cost-share and noncovered services. TRICARE/CHAMPUS usually doesn't pay for your services in full.

Medicaid/AHCCCS

In Arizona, the state Medicaid program is called Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS). Mayo Clinic's campus in Arizona doesn't contract with AHCCCS except for transplant services. Medicaid/AHCCCS is treated as an HMO requiring authorization prior to delivery of service. Mayo Clinic isn't a provider for out-of-state Medicaid plans and is unable to file insurance claims to out-of-state Medicaid plans.