Use the tools below to see your costs for certain hospitalsAn institution whose primary function is to provide diagnostic and therapeutic inpatient services, for a variety of surgical and non-surgical medical conditions. In addition, most hospitals provide outpatient services, including emergency care. , plans, or treatments:
Coverage AdvisorSM' Provided by WebMD
Use this tool to compare Out-of-PocketCopayments, deductibles, or fees paid members for health services or prescriptions. , copaymentsThe amount that a plan member must pay the provider at the time of service. Also called a copay, this amount varies depending on the specifics of a given health plan contract. , deductiblesThe dollar amount that a member must pay for health care services before a health plan will cover eligible services. For example, if a member's deductible is $500, the member will pay that amount, out of pocket, before the health plan will cover any eligible services. , or fees paid members for health services or prescriptions.
MyHealthCareOptionsTM for local provider comparisons
Use MyHealthCareOptions to search cost and quality information for health care providers across the state of Massachusetts. You can sort by location, medical condition, and procedure. Information comes from state and federal databases, as well as other independent and trusted sources such as the Massachusetts Health Quality Partners. For the most accurate cost of care information, PPO members should log in and use the Medical Cost Compilation Guide. Members of other plans should use MyHealthCareOptions.
Medical Cost Comparison Guide for PPO Members
Members can compare the costs of specific treatments at hospitals, clinics, and imaging centers in your area to make more effective decisions about where to receive care.