Minnesota Statute 62J.812 Primary Care Price Transparency

In 2018, the Minnesota legislature passed a new policy (Minnesota Statute 62J.812) which requires the prices for certain health care procedures be made available to patients. If any provider in your clinic specializes in family medicine, general internal medicine, gynecology, or general pediatrics you must comply with this statute. Beginning July 1, 2019, the state of Minnesota is requiring providers to maintain the list on their website.

Please note: Patient covered by commercial insurance companies or Medicare Advantage plans have rates specific to their particular company and policy. The amounts posted on our list do not necessarily reflect the amount individual patients or their health insurance plan will owe for the services listed. For specific information about the amount you will owe for the services you receive, please contact your insurer.

Please click below to see our current list.

Price Transparency List