Published on August 07, 2020

Changes to LMH Health billing systems brings ease in paying bills 

Amy Northrop, LMH Health

LMH Health is changing its hospital and clinic billing systems to bring greater ease to patients and their families in paying their bills, and increase internal efficiencies. Effective August 1, new billing platforms have gone live as our teams simultaneously close out the older systems.

As LMH Health begins its transition to the new billing format on August 1, patients may receive several statements in their mailbox.

“It will be important for patients to review their statement closely,” said Deborah Ice-Turner, Patient Accounts manager. “Account numbers and the date of service will help identify which program generated the bill, and how to appropriately apply any payment through our online bill pay options.”

Patients can submit their payment by mail, or by visiting lmh.org/billpay to make a secure online payment for hospital or clinic statements. This site is a safe payment option directly connected to LMH Health systems; no third-party billing site is required.

LMH Health offers several unique programs that can help those struggling to pay for services.

“We have a wide variety of financial assistance platforms at the hospital and our clinics. We also participate in the MD Save program which can help patients with high deductible plans or who are underinsured or uninsured secure discounted rates for services – sometimes up to 60 percent on imaging and lab services, for example,” said Ice-Turner.

When a provider orders a procedure, a patient can visit www.mdsave.com to find LMH Health and pricing information. The patient can add the test or service to their cart, pay, and receive an electronic voucher as a receipt, which they take to the hospital at the time of the service or procedure. There are no hidden fees or additional bills for the patient.

Patients can also proactively call LMH Health and speak with a member of the Pre-Service Center team to get an estimate of charges for services or procedures beforehand. Contact the Pre-Service Center at 785-505-3760 to receive an estimate within 24 hours of your call.

“Members of our Patient Accounts department are also available to review your statement, discuss payment options, and identify if a financial assistance program may be an option for you,” said Ice-Turner.

To reach the Patient Accounts department, please call 785-505-5775 to speak with a customer service representative, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. You can also go online for assistance at lmh.org/billpay.

LMH Health continues to be a community-owned, not-for-profit hospital that serves the health care needs of the community regardless of an individual's ability to pay. As part of our mission, LMH Health provides $25 million in charitable care each year.

In 2005, the LMH Health Foundation established the Help and Healing Fund to help any patient in need with expenses for medications, medical equipment or other necessities for healing and recovery after a hospital stay. This assistance, which is critical to ensure patients stay on the path to healthy living and safe healing, is funded through gifts to the LMH Health Foundation.


Amy Northrop is director of communications, marketing and community relations at LMH Health.


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Changes to LMH Health billing systems brings ease in paying bills