Your National Jewish Health care team can renew prescriptions and answer questions for medications prescribed by any National Jewish Health provider. Request a renewal from your doctor for an expired prescription. View, download or share your current list of prescription medications. Contact your care team with questions about your medications.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, National Jewish Health is now offering telehealth appointments for existing patients located in Colorado. View Patient Safety & Care Learn about the our world-class care for respiratory, cardiac, immune and related conditions.
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National Jewish Health is the only facility in the world dedicated exclusively to groundbreaking medical research and treatment of patients with respiratory, cardiac, immune and related disorders. Patients and families come to National Jewish Health from around the world to receive cutting-edge, comprehensive, coordinated care.
Billing and Insurance. National Jewish Health will work with your insurance company to limit your out-of-pocket expenses however your insurance company makes the final decision. In the case of self-pay, a deposit is required before any medical services can be scheduled. A financial Counseling Representative will contact you to schedule a payment.
International patients need to make a deposit up front before being able to schedule an appointment. Some insurance plans might be accepted, but usually patients get reimbursed through their insurance provider later. View more information on insurances we accept, pricing and expense estimates, FAQ's and more.
National Jewish Health wants to help you understand the billing and collection process. We also want to share resources that are available to you and your family. We will try to collect patient balances in a fair and timely manner. We try to offer the highest level of customer service.
National Jewish Health uses a collection agency to collect unpaid balances. If you don’t pay your bill for 120 days or more you may be sent to a collection agency. If you have a payment plan arrangement and it is not paid for 2 months or more, your account may go to a collection agency.
National Jewish Health will begin extraordinary collection actions (ECA). These actions include: Postponing, denying, or requiring a payment before providing medically necessary services.