MRI scan

Standup vs Open vs Closed MRI Machines

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is an imaging procedure that uses a large magnet, radio frequencies, and a computer to produce detailed images of organs and structures within the body. MRI does not use radiation, as do X-rays or CT scans. Patients have choices when it comes to imaging needs, especially Read more…

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Referrals for MRI in California

Referrals for MRIs in California Doctors continue to refer patients for MRI, CT, and Ultrasound scans to assist in the treatment of various conditions.  While these medical scans work great in pinpointing different issues in one’s body, the financial burden of getting an MRI scan is another piece to consider. Read more…

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Healthcare costs

MRI Prices in Downey, CA

MRI cost in Downey, California: MRI scans in California vary in price due to the complexity of the scan as well as cash pay versus insured coverage payment.  Often, insured patients are shocked when they get the bill for a high out of pocket payment responsibility for MRI, CT, or Read more…

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Healthcare costs

MRI Cost in San Diego, CA

MRI cost in San Diego, California: California is ranked number one in price fluctuation for MRI scans.  According to NPR, a patient can pay as little as $255 or as high as $6,500 for an MRI scan. The article further mentions high costs are associated with tightly sealed contracts from Read more…

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Healthcare costs

MRI Price in Houston, Texas

MRI price in Houston, Texas: According to articles published in New Choice Health, the cost for MRI scans depends on multiple factors such as location, and the availability of stand-alone facilities.  As a high deductible patient, you can expect to pay anywhere between $700 – 1700 for an MRI in Read more…

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Medical Imaging

MRI scan of the Heart

What does the MRI of the Heart show? MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) is widely used radiology examination. This imaging technique uses principles of magnetism, radio waves, and a computer to create detailed images of the body structures. Your doctor can use an MRI of the heart to diagnose you or to see how well Read more…

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