Kaiser Permanente is a healthcare organization. They provide members with a variety of services, including routine medical care, urgent care, and behavioral health services. The company has been in business for more than 60 years.
Kaiser Permanente Pay My Bill Online
To complete Kaiser Permanente pay my bill online, start by visiting their website.
If you haven’t paid your bill online before, you’ll need to start by registering. Click on the word “Register” in the upper right-hand corner of their website.
Register for Kaiser Permanente Pay My Bill Online
Start the registration process by selecting your preferred language and clicking “Continue”.
Click the button next to “I have a Kaiser Permanente plan and want to use online services” and then click “Continue”.
Enter your name and birth date, and then select your preferred language and area. Type in your health/medical record number and then click “Submit”.
Follow the prompts to finish setting up your account. You’ll need to set up a user ID and password.
Log into Kaiser Permanente Pay My Bill Online
Now that you’ve registered, visit the homepage and enter your user ID and password in the upper right-hand corner. Click “Sign on” and follow the prompts to pay your bill.
Other Ways to Pay Your Kaiser Permanente Bill
You can also use other options to pay your Kaiser Permanente bill.
- Pay by phone: Call 1-800-390-35-07 between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. to make a phone payment with your credit or debit card.
- Pay by mail: Send a money order or check to the address on your bill.
- Pay by app: Download the Kaiser Permanente app on App Store or Google Play and use it to make your payment.
Kaiser Permanente Customer Service
If you have questions about your bill, contact Kaiser Permanente at 1-800-390-35-07.
Kaiser Permanente FAQs
Why do I have a bill if I paid at check-in?
You may have a bill if you received additional services at your appointment. Your doctor or nurse may not know in advance what tests you need, so these will be billed to you after your appointment.
I thought preventative services were covered. Why do I have a bill?
Sometimes you receive preventative and non-preventative services during the same visit. If you receive non-preventative care, you may be responsible for copays, co-insurance, or a deductible.
What types of bills will I receive?
If you have been in the hospital, you’ll receive a hospital bill for the services you received during your stay. If you’ve been to a doctor’s office, you’ll receive a professional services bill for any services or tests that took place.
When will I get my bill?
It can take up to 125 days for you to be billed.
What are my options for paying my bill?
In addition to paying by check, money order, credit card, or debit card, you may also be able to pay with a health savings account, health reimbursement arrangement, or flexible spending account.