What is compassionate billing?
Compassionate billing is intended to eliminate or minimize out-of-pocket expenses for ambulance transport services received by York County citizens and visitors. York County regards taxes paid by its residents as co-pays and/or deductibles for ambulance transport service, for all persons residing in York County households. Non-County residents will be assessed normal deductibles and co-pays in addition to the amount the insurance companies approve for payment. Uninsured or under-insured patients who demonstrate financial hardship will be eligible for a hardship waiver, sliding scale deductibles, or a payment plan that may require moderate payments with no interest or penalties.

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1. What is Emergency Medical Services (EMS) transport cost recovery?
2. What is compassionate billing?
3. What are the guiding principles of the York County EMS Transport Cost Recovery Program?
4. Who do I call if I have a question regarding billing or insurance coverage?
5. What are the schedule of service fees?
6. Who can I contact for additional information about the fees or the York County EMS transport cost recovery program?
7. Can I be denied Emergency Medical Services because of a lack of insurance or an inability to pay?