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How to pay.

Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio is proud to offer our patients the following options to pay for their expert health care:

  • Cash
  • Credit Card (with proof of ID)
  • Medicaid
  • Medicaid HMOs
  • Payment Plan (patients pay a portion of their balance at the time of service and coordinate installment payments for the remaining balance.)
  • Private Insurance
  • Prompt Pay (discounted pricing for patients that are able to pay their total balance at the time of service.)

Payments may also be mailed to: Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio, P.O. Box 933407, Cleveland, OH 44193.

Additional Information

Trained Planned Parenthood staff are available to discuss your individual, unique financial situation, as needed.

We offer an interpreter during your visit at no cost to you.  To schedule to have an interpreter during your visit, please call us at 800-230-PLAN.

Health Insurance

Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio accepts most health insurance plans. Some charges associated with your services may or may not be covered. If you want to use your insurance be sure to bring your insurance card, pharmacy billing card, and photo ID at the time of your visit. Medicaid, Medicaid HMO, and community and state insurance plans are also accepted.

Medicaid

Ohio Medicaid offers family planning insurance coverage to eligible consumers. The Family Planning Initiative extends limited family planning and disease treatment to those individuals not meeting eligibility requirements for any other Medicaid program.  Application for this program is available online.

Information you will need to complete the application:

  • Your Social Security Number

  • Information about your income/finances: All the money that you and the people in your home receive such as earnings from employment, child/spousal support, disability benefits, retirement benefits, Workers’ Compensation, Social Security, SSI, Veterans Benefits, etc.

  • Information about your expenses: rent, utilities, medical expenses, etc.

  • Information about any assets you may have: for example bank accounts (including account numbers) for savings and/or checking.

Planned Parenthood Accepts Private Insurance Plans.

Private health insurance is often offered through employers or other organizations. Some employers offer only one type of health insurance plan. Others may allow you to choose from more than one plan. Some insurance plans work with certain health care providers and facilities, which are part of the plan's network, to provide care at lower costs. 

Planned Parenthood Accepts Medicaid Plans.

Medicaid provides health coverage to hundreds of thousands of Ohioans, including eligible low-income adults, children, pregnant people, elderly adults, and people with disabilities. Medicaid is administered by states, according to federal requirements. The program is funded jointly by Ohio and the federal government.

Good Faith Estimate

You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate (GFE) explaining how much your medical care will cost, before you receive an item or service. Patients are entitled to request a Good Faith Estimate that do not have health insurance or who are not using health insurance in accordance with the Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight.  Patients in Federal health care programs are not eligible to receive a GFE, as there are other billing protections under these programs.

The Good Faith Estimate is an estimate and subject to change. You can receive a GFE for the total expected cost of any non-emergency items or services. The information provided in the GFE are estimates and not the final overall total charges. Additional items and/or services recommended by the rendering provider, as part of the course of care or that require separate scheduling are not reflected in the Good Faith Estimate.

Our patients have the right to expect a Good Faith Estimate in writing at least one business day before your medical service or item. You can also ask us (and any other provider you choose) for a Good Faith Estimate before you schedule an appointment for health care services.

You have the right to initiate the patient-provider dispute resolution process if the actual billed charges are $400 more than the expected charges included in the Good Faith Estimate. The Good Faith Estimate is not a contract and does not require the uninsured or self-pay individual to obtain the items and services from any of the providers or facilities identified on the GFE.

For questions or more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate, call 216-446-6232.


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