How Much Does an MRI Cost?
Just like all medical procedures, MRI price varies depending on several factors. The type of magnetic resonance imaging procedure you have performed, what body part is scanned, and whether any dyes or contrasts are needed during the scan all contribute to the cost of an MRI. In addition, the cost to have the test results read by a radiologist adds to the MRI cost. Looking for a low-cost MRI option? Our MRI cash price is an alternative to high insurance deductibles.
At SUMA MRI, we believe the cost of an MRI should not break the bank. We understand that rising healthcare costs affect both patients with high insurance deductibles and those without insurance. We strive to offer affordable MRI to every patient at SUMA MRI.
MRI Cash Price
Due to the number of patients with high deductibles on their health insurance, we are now offering a reduced MRI cash price of $600, which includes a report by a Board-Certified Radiologist. The report includes images showing the problem areas, along with circles and arrows pointing them out.
You can refer yourself for an MRI, no doctor referral necessary.
If you are in an automobile accident, an MRI may be necessary to treat your injuries. As an automobile accident victim, your MRI scan cost can be billed directly to the auto insurance company.
If you are injured at work, the cost of your MRI scan will be billed directly to the Worker’s Compensation insurance company.
We accept all insurance, including in-network with Blue Cross. Patients may also use an HSA account for payment.
It’s imperative to get the best MRI to show all of the findings to assure you get the proper treatment and the settlement you deserve.
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SUMA MRI provides MRI services to patients all over Minnesota and the Midwest. Read our MRI FAQs to find out more about our services.
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