Infinite Health Collaborative (“i-Health”) is a group of independent physician practices who have joined together to offer a solution for your healthcare needs. Our goal is to provide a network of physicians that are closely aligned to deliver value-based care. Twin Cities Orthopedics (“TCO”) is proud to partner with other independent physician groups in Minnesota and western Wisconsin. The orthopedics division of i-Health will continue to operate under the Twin Cities Orthopedics name, however all of your billing and insurance explanation of benefits (EOB) will display the legal business name of “Infinite Health Collaborative.”
Pay Your TCO Bill
TCO/i-Health makes it easy and convenient to pay your bill. Please click on the button below to pay your TCO bill. You can pay online by eCheck, VISA, American Express, MasterCard or Discover. Be sure to have your statement and payment method readily available when making your payment.
NOTICE: TCO’s online bill payment is powered by InstaMed®. TCO does not have an affiliation with any other online bill payment directory or processor. Patients have reported third party services fees and other issues based on their use of unaffiliated online bill payment directories or processors.
If you have any questions regarding your billing statement, please call our Customer Service Team at 952-512-5625.
Pay Your Bill Through CareCredit
CareCredit is a healthcare credit card designed for your health and wellness needs. It’s a way to pay for the costs of many treatments and procedures and allows you to make convenient monthly payments. Click on the button below to pay your TCO bill through your CareCredit account or to set you a new account.
For questions regarding your CareCredit account, please contact them directly at 800-365-8295. For any questions regarding your TCO billing statement, please call our Customer Service Team at 952-512-5625.
Click here to read additional information and frequently asked questions (FAQs) about paying your bill.
Good Faith Estimate
You have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your medical care will cost. Under the law, health care providers need to give patients who don’t have insurance or who are not using insurance an estimate of the bill for medical items and services.