Fees, Billing and Insurance
The clinic's fees reflect the cost of tests and procedures as well as the time required for examination and treatment. Mid Dakota Clinic is committed to providing the best healthcare possible at the lowest possible cost. If you have questions about our fees, please call the business office at (701) 530-6004, toll-free 1-800-472-2113.
The clinic's insurance department has a knowledgeable staff to assist you in filing your insurance claims; however, you are ultimately responsible for the cost of your medical care. In order to ensure that your claim is processed quickly and correctly, it is important that you bring your insurance card with you, and that you notify the clinic's insurance department of any changes in your coverage.
If you are uninsured, you will be required to make a pre-payment upon check-in that will applied to your total bill. The remainder of your bill will appear on a monthly account statement and the balance will be due within 30 days unless payment arrangements have been made with the credit department.
Account statements are mailed after insurance processes or charges are posted if you are uninsured. Payments received from you and your insurance company are listed, along with any outstanding balance. If you have any questions regarding fees and billing, our staff will be happy to talk with you. If hospitalization is required as part of your treatment, you will receive a separate billing from the hospital for hospital charges.
For your convenience, cashiers are available at the clinic entrances to process payment of your account or you may make a secure payment online. The clinic accepts MasterCard, VISA and the Discover Card. If you have any questions regarding a payment, please call the cashiers at (701) 530-6065, toll-free 1-800-472-2113. If credit arrangements are necessary, the credit department will assist you. Please call (701) 530-6070, toll-free 1-800-472-2113.
Please call us with questions at the following numbers depending on the insurance covering your claim:
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Workforce Safety and Insurance (WSI)/Disability
WorkLife Occupational Medicine