Patient Billing FAQs
Understanding Your Bill at Mile Bluff Medical Center
Mile Bluff Medical Center utilizes two separate billing offices: the hospital
division and the clinic division. The hospital division files your claims
for hospital inpatient and outpatient services (i.e. rehabilitation, audiology,
etc.), laboratory services, and radiology services provided at any Mile
Bluff facility. The clinic division files claims for professional services
provided at any Mile Bluff facility.
Visiting Specialist Bills
Mile Bluff Medical Center works with many visiting specialists and outside
resources to provide the best care for patients locally. This could possibly
result in additional billings from those other providers. For example,
if you have an appointment at the UW Health Specialty Clinic located at
Mile Bluff Clinic in Mauston, you will also receive a bill from UW Health.
If you provide Mile Bluff with accurate information, your medical claims
will be filed to Medicare, Wisconsin Medicaid and commercial insurances.
The insurance market is constantly changing, so you are encouraged to
read your coverage policy and check with you insurance company to confirm
that Mile Bluff Medical Center is within your network. Mile Bluff's
experts are always happy to serve you, but receiving care within your
network will be to your financial advantage.
Any balance left after your insurance company processes the bill, is your
responsibility to pay.
Frequently Asked Questions
Click below to read some frequently asked questions and answers that will
help you understand Mile Bluff's billing process.