CMS requires hospitals to comply with the Transparency Requirement of the Affordable Care Act. Since January 2019, hospitals, including critical access hospitals like Tomah Health, must make available a list of their current standard charges to the public.
Care Compare - Easy-to-understand information about nursing homes, hospitals, doctors, and other health care providers. CLICK HERE
A Consumer Guide to Health Care Prices CLICK HERE
A Guide to Avoiding Surprising Medical Bills CLICK HERE
CMS's Frequently Asked Questions Page CLICK HERE
Wisconsin Hospital Association's PricePoint CLICK HERE
Tomah Health’s Standard Pharmacy Charges (Excel file) CLICK HERE
Tomah Health's Price Transparency File (Excel file) CLICK HERE
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (“CMS”) implemented new price transparency rules that went into effect on January 1, 2021. The rules are intended to provide consumers with more information related to Hospital pricing and contracted third-party payer rates.