Your Rights Regarding a Good Faith Estimate
Uninsured and self-pay patients can receive a Good Faith Estimate of Costs
Your rights under the law
As of January 1, 2022, a new law was enacted that ensures you have the right to a written estimate of your medical bill. This is the “Good Faith Estimate”. You have a right to this good faith estimate when:
- You schedule your appointment 3 or more days in advance AND
- You will not be using insurance to pay for the visit or if you do not have insurance.
Your rights extend to providers not affiliated with Nura. A good faith estimate will include expected charges, including but not limited to lab charges, imaging, procedures, and supplies.
If you receive a bill from us that is more than $400 greater than your estimate, you can dispute your bill within 120 days of receiving it. If you have questions regarding this process you can contact our business office by calling 763-537-6000 extension 4.
Additional information regarding your rights to a Good Faith Estimate can be found at: