Nationwide Access To Affordable Imaging
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Nationwide CT Scan Program
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(Computerized Axial Tomography Scan)
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FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Radiology Assist program ?
The Radiology Assist program provides CT Scan and other diagnostic imaging studies nationwide at a low, affordable all-inclusive rate. The cost of a CT Scan starts at $225 and is dependent on the center you choose. The rate will be far lower than what it would cost you if you were to walk in to an imaging office.
Where can I have the CT Scan study done?
Radiology Assist offers MRI studies at select participating healthcare facilities across the nation. At this time, MRI’s are available for fixed all-inclusive rate in 70+ metropolitan areas in 30 states. You can find the closest facility to you using the links below.
What is the cost of an CT Scan through the program?
The cost of CT / CAT Scan varies based on the imaging facility selected and the type of study (with or without contrast). CT Scan pricing starts at $225. To find the exact cost of your MRI study, please use the link below
What does our CT Scan flat rate pricing include?
Our CT Scan flat rate is truly an all-inclusive rate. It includes all costs related to the procedure and there are no hidden charges. The price includes:
What does our CT Scan flat rate pricing not include?
1) Consultations : Consultations are usually not needed for patients needing an CT Scan.
2) Follow Up Care : Our rate only covers the CT Scan and does not cover follow up treatment after the study.
I’d like to get a CT Scan. What is the process?
Scheduling an CT Scan is simple and quick, you can probably get your scan on the same day:
Just select the center most convenient to you using the link below
What are the payment terms?
There is no cost to schedule an appointment through the RadiologyAssist program however payments for imaging studies must be made at least 1 business day prior to them being performed.
We guarantee a known affordable rate with no surprises. Payments must be made to the program and can be made with a debit card, credit card, HSA card, check or money order.
Can I cancel or reschedule my appointment?
We understand that life is unpredictable. You can cancel your appointment at anytime without any penalty. If you’ve made a payment you will receive a full refund.
Do you provide other diagnostic imaging studies?
Yes. Radiology Assist provides the following studies at this time :
Will I get my procedure reports and results?
Yes. Just like any CT Scan, you will receive a detailed report from a radiologist after your scan. You can ask for a copy of your images on a CD for your records prior to leaving the center.
Can I use my Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA) to pay for my CT Scan?
Yes. You will receive a receipt from our program that should be used when filing Form 8889 with your taxes. We highly recommend using your HSA and FSA accounts to pay for your CT Scan.
How much does an CT Scan cost on average?
Prices for CT Scan vary greatly depending on
- the city and facility you go to
- the body part and
- whether the study is performed with contrast or without contrast.
You have to keep in mind that a CT Scan results in the patient being billed by 2 different entities. A patient should expect separate bills from the radiologist office and facility.
Without insurance, a patient should on average expect to pay $2000 for a CT Scan. A considerable savings can be achieved if you schedule through Radiology Assist.
Why is the cost of a CT Scan significantly lower through the program?
Radiology Assist was founded on the principle that health care should be affordable and accessible to everyone. The lower cost is achieved by convincing physicians and facilities to agree to accept a discounted rate to support the mission of the program. The wonderful physicians that participate in the program are the real ones to thank.
What is a CT Scan study?
Please refer to our Learn About CT Scans page