Patient Financial Services
At Livingston HealthCare, we understand that healthcare expenses can have
a significant impact on your budget. We have patient financial service
representatives on our staff to help you create a solution that works
for you. We also have several payment options available, as detailed below.
Affordable Care Act
Livingston HealthCare has Certified Application Counselors on staff to
assist you in applying for and enrolling in the Affordable Care Act's
health insurance exchanges. The Certified Application Counselors can help you with:
- Insurance choices
- Answering any specific questions about the Marketplace
- Referrals to the correct state agencies for Medicaid or CHIP programs
All Affordable Care Act assistance is completely free of charge.
To set up an appointment with a Certified Application Counselor, please
call Livingston HealthCare's Patient Financial Services Department
Prompt Pay Discount
If you can pay your balance due in full, we offer you a 10 percent discount
(must be paid in full within 20 days of first statement date).
Please note that the prompt pay discount does not include co-pays or
The Patient Financial Services team will work with patients who have balances
related to urgent, emergent or medically-necessary services and cannot
pay the balance in full within 30 days of the statement date.
Options may include:
- Application to apply for state financial assistance programs (e.g. Medicaid, CHIP).
A short-term payment agreement with Livingston HealthCare.
Payment timeline from date of service to:
3 months $5.00 to $500.00
6 months $501.00 to $1,000.00
9 months $1,000.00 to $2,000.00
12 months $2,001.00
- Application to apply for Livingston HealthCare's Financial Assistance Program.
Livingston HealthCare accepts cash, personal checks, Visa, MasterCard,
American Express and Discover cards. Call
406.823.6414 to speak with a Patient Financial Services customer service representative.
Patient Financial Assistance
Livingston HealthCare also provides patient financial assistance for uninsured
or underinsured patients who qualify. Based on family income levels, your
services may be provided at a deeply discounted rate. If you are requesting
financial assistance, please
download the financial assistance application here. For more information and/or to request an application, call
Financial Assistance Plain Language Summaries
Montana Medicaid will pay for COVID-19 testing and treatment for uninsured
Montanans—effective Monday, March 23.
Governor Bullock announced this week that uninsured Montanans, who receive
a recommendation from a provider, will be eligible to receive coverage
for COVID-19 testing and treatment. To access this benefit, please contact
DPHHS at 406.444.7605 or
Please call a Patient Financial Services representative at
406.823.6414 if you have any questions about your bill, or to get more information.
We look forward to speaking with you!