Insurance Information

Johns Hopkins providers are participating with many commercial health insurance plans, including many of those offered by the companies listed below. There are exceptions to Johns Hopkins’ participation in these plans based on the insurance product type, employer benefit design, and physician location or specialty.

For Bill-Related Questions Call —— 855-662-3017

Insurance Plans We Accept

To confirm coverage of your specific physician or provider, please contact the insurer directly.

  • Aetna
  • CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield
  • Cigna Healthcare*
  • First Health
  • Geisinger Health Plan
  • Humana
  • Johns Hopkins Health Plans
  • Kaiser Permanente of the Mid-Atlantic States
  • MultiPlan/PHCS/Beech Street
  • UnitedHealthcare**

* No Johns Hopkins Medicine physician, provider or facility participates with the Cigna Connect and Cigna SureFit network plans.

**Johns Hopkins physicians and physician groups are not participating with the MDONEX or VAONEX plans, which are offered on the Maryland and Virginia health exchanges. Johns Hopkins physicians and physician groups are also not participating with the Core, Compass, Navigate, Value or Balance plans, which are also offered on state health exchanges.

Each Johns Hopkins hospital and member organization has its own accepted insurances. In some community hospitals and clinics, you may receive care from outside private practice providers who may not participate with your insurance plan.

There may be other exceptions to the above list, based upon the type of plan, network, provider group or other factors that are specific to each patient. Please contact your insurance company directly to confirm that your Johns Hopkins medical provider is in-network with a specific health plan.

All patient cost shares and charges for non-covered benefits are due at the time of service. Please note that your insurance company may not pay for all of your services. For example, you may be required to pay out-of-pocket expenses (such as deductibles, copayments and coinsurance) or you may be required to seek services (such as lab and radiology services) at specific locations/providers.

Medicare Coverage

Please be advised that Johns Hopkins Medicine hospitals and most Johns Hopkins University physicians participate with Medicare, but we are not contracted with most Medicare Advantage Plans. If your Johns Hopkins Medicine hospital doesn’t participate with a Medicare Advantage Plan, you can use out-of-network benefits if your plan has them.

How to Prepare For Your Visit or Admission

Estimate Your Hospital Bill

Johns Hopkins Medicine now offers an online tool to help you estimate the hospital fee portion of you bill. The estimates are available for 300 services across our six hospitals.

What Happens After Your Visit

After each visit, the Johns Hopkins Medicine facility/member organization will file health insurance claims directly with your primary payer and, if appropriate, your secondary insurance payer. By signing the Agreement for Care Form, you agree that your Johns Hopkins Medicine health care provider can be paid directly by your insurance.

If you are not able to pay your bill in full, you may qualify for a payment plan and/or financial assistance.

Have Questions About Your Bill?

Contact customer service at 1-855-662-3017.

Patient/Guarantor Payment Responsibilities

Maryland Health Connection

Maryland Health Connection is the state’s health insurance marketplace that makes it easier to shop for, compare and enroll in quality health coverage. We are committed to informing, educating and assisting people in our communities to enroll in quality health coverage.

Visit website