How Much Does an MRI Cost?

If this is the first time your doctor has recommended getting an MRI, you may be wondering about the costs associated with this procedure. Here’s what to know about the cost and benefits of getting an MRI.

How much does an MRI cost

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  • A doctor will typically recommend an MRI for anomalies in the brain, spinal cord and other parts of the body, as well as for heart and liver problems, cancer screenings and more.
  • Due to the strong magnetic fields used during exams, people with pacemakers, stents, hearing aids, joint replacements, aneurysm clips and other devices or medical conditions may not be able to get an MRI.
  • Insured patients in Arizona can expect to pay anywhere from $1,549-$16,472 for an MRI scan and pay out of pocket between $387-$4,118. Medicare patients pay per scan as little as $310-$563 dollars.

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