Insurance & Billing
As your healthcare provider, we are concerned not only with your physical well-being, but also with your peace of mind. We understand that making financial arrangements for health care services can be stressful.
For answers to insurance, billing and payment questions please view our Frequently Asked Questions.
Contacting Your Insurance Provider
Contact the Customer Service Department at your health insurance company to find out the details of your policy. They should be able to tell you about your coverage and financial responsibility for your care at National Jewish Health.
Accepted Insurance Plans
Financial Assistance Policy
National Jewish Health believes in providing access to care for all patients, including those of limited means. No patient will be denied admission to or outpatient treatment from National Jewish Health on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, or ability to pay. National Jewish Health retains the right in its sole discretion to determine a patient’s ability to pay.
View our Financial Assistance Policy.
Patient Financial Responsibility
National Jewish Health is committed to providing quality healthcare and service to all patients. We understand that billing and payment for health care services can be confusing and complicated. Knowing your insurance policy is vital to receiving the maximum benefits possible. Failure to meet your insurance requirements may result in partial or complete claim denial and/or a higher co-payment/or deductible. We request that you pay any insurance co-payments, deductible, and/or co-insurance at the time of registration. Learn more.