Covering more than nine million individuals in what is the most widespread managed care business in the country, Kaiser Permanente plays a major role in the medical industry in the United States. It is interesting to note that despite its reach, Kaiser Permanente only has a presence in nine states as well as Washington DC. Likewise, even though it is an American-focused organization, the international community has taken note of the exceptional service provided by Kaiser Permanente, and this has led to medical organizations around the globe adopting many of the organization’s policy’s.
With that all being said, it should be easy to surmise just how good the medical provider’s health coverage is, and many people have come to learn that over the years. If you’re covered by Kaiser Permanente and need to pay your premium or you’ve recently been seen by their medical professionals and have to make a one-time payment, you’ll find instructions for both in this simple guide.
Paying Your Premium Online
- With your browser, visit the website kp.org/paypremium (link is on the bottom of this page)
- Enter your account number, invoice number and your last name as listed on your payment coupon. Click the green Continue button when you are done putting in your login credentials
- Navigate to the premium payment portion of the site
- Enter how much you would like to pay as well as your preferred payment dates into the system followed by your payment information like bank account and routing numbers. Submit the payment after you have made sure that everything you’ve put in is correct
- After receiving a confirmation screen, go ahead and close the window or browse away from the Kaiser Permanente website
Where to Go for a One-Time Payment
To pay for a single invoice, you’re going to want to go to the Kaiser Permanente KaiserPay Online website. There is an option on this page to sign up for an account which you can manage some of your medical profile through, but if you want to just make a single payment, click the button on the right-hand side of the screen that says “One Time Payment.”
You will be asked a series of simple questions like what state you live in and your billing ID number, so it’s advisable that you have your bill handy before heading to the site. You’ll also need your family account number and, of course, any information that pertains to your payment method itself.