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GoodFaith Estimate


Beginning January 1, 2022, the No Surprises Act requires that providers give a Good Faith Estimate to those individuals that are self-pay or uninsured in order to prevent unexpectedly high medical bills. A good faith estimate is an estimate of the cost of services for a condition based on the information known at the time the estimate was created. This may not take into account unexpected charges that may occur.  The good faith estimate is not a contract and does not require a consumer to pursue the items or services listed on the Good Faith Estimate. If your bill is more than $400 over the estimate provided, federal law allows you to dispute the bill.  A good faith estimate is provided when a service is scheduled with a provider or upon request.

If you plan to use self-pay for our services, please call 847-979-0910 to discuss the cost of services and to request your Good Faith Estimate.

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