Minnesota price transparency
Minnesota law requires clinic price disclosures. Primary care clinics are required to annually post the top 25 procedures over $25, including the top 10 evaluation and management and preventive medicine services. Any provider-based clinic that charges a separate facility fee for routine clinic visits must disclose that there may be separate facility fee billing which may result in a higher out-of-pocket expense. Mayo Clinic supports the intent of this law to educate patients on the cost of health care and the patient financial responsibilities.
Mayo Clinic can provide patient estimates for services to be performed. The amounts posted in this document do not reflect the amount(s) each clinic patient will pay for the services listed.
Minnesota price transparency (PDF)
For specific information about the amount you will owe for the services you receive, please contact Patient Account Services:
No Surprises Act
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has instituted regulations to protect patients from surprise medical bills. More details on the No Surprises Act can be found at https://www.cms.gov/nosurprises. The No Surprises Act protects patients with insurance through an employer, individual health plan or Health Insurance Marketplace from balance billing for designated services. Details of these balance billing protections can be found in this CMS Disclosure (PDF). Patients with no insurance will be provided a good-faith estimate for pre-scheduled appointments.
- Feb. 03, 2022