Maui Health System is committed to providing programs that facilitate access to care for vulnerable populations. This commitment includes providing financial assistance to qualified low income, uninsured, and underinsured patients when the ability to pay for services is a barrier to accessing emergency and medically necessary care. Patients must meet certain eligibility requirements.
The Maui Health System financial assistance program helps low-income, uninsured, or underinsured patients who need help paying for all or part of their medical care received from Maui Health System. Patients are eligible for financial assistance when their family income is at or below 250% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines (FPG). Patients should consult with a counselor to determine eligibility and for assistance applying. Patients who have experienced unusually high medical expenses may be eligible for the program, regardless of household income. Refer to the Maui Health System Financial Assistance Policy for a complete description of the program eligibility requirements.
The Maui Health System financial assistance program covers emergency and medically necessary health care services, pharmacy services and products, and medical supplies provided at Maui Health System facilities or by providers that are subject to the Maui Health System financial assistance policy. Services that are not considered emergent or medically necessary as determined by Maui Health System include, but are not limited to cosmetic surgery or services, retail medical supplies, and services related to third party liability, or workers’ compensation cases.