Good Faith Estimate
Estimated session costs for Private Pay clients.
Get a good faith estimate
If you aren’t using insurance to pay for your care, let your health care provider know in advance. Usually, the provider must give you a good faith estimate of expected charges.
This applies when you don’t have insurance, or are choosing not to use it. You may choose not to use insurance if the service you need isn’t covered, or it’s less expensive if you pay out of pocket.
In most cases, providers and facilities must give you an estimate when you schedule care at least 3 business days in advance, or if you ask for one.
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