Can I Use Insurance for My CT Scan?
A CT is a high-tech scanning tool doctors use to help diagnose illness and monitor treatment effectiveness. The CT scan creates highly detailed images of […]Read more
What is a Self-Pay CT Scan?
You might be asking “What is a self-pay CT scan”? First off, a self-pay scan is exactly the same as a scan that you would get through insurance. It is just forgoing insurance and paying out-of-pocket, sometimes cash, for your medical scan. Some centers even offer discounted rates if you choose to pay cash for your diagnostic imaging.Read more
Using MRIs and CT Scans to Diagnose Neck or Back Pain
Neck pain can indicate many different problems of the cervical spine. An MRI or CT scan (also known as CAT scan) may help locate the problem, confirm the diagnosis, and guide treatment. So how do you know if you need one?Read more
How To Find a Radiology Imaging Center
If you need a medical scan, like an MRI or CT scan, you'll want to find the right balance of price, quality, and convenience. In many cases, these three factors are related. So what's the best solution?Read more
How Much Does A CT Scan Cost?
What is the cost of a CT Scan (CAT Scan)? As we shared in our recent article about finding the best cost for an MRI, […]Read more
MRI or CT Scan? The Top Five Differences
One of the most common imaging related questions is about the core differences between an MRI and CT scan or CAT scan so we've put together five of the primary differences between an MRI and CT scan and the typical reasons that one might be ordered over another.Read more
10 Things You Should Know About CT Scans
A CT scan, also known as a CAT scan, provides detailed pictures of your internal organs, muscles, and bones. CT scans help diagnose diseases and monitor treatment effects. If you're about to have one, here's what you'll need to know.Read more
Know any smokers? This test could save their lives.
Smoking increases the risk of medical problems, like lung cancer. Recent research has shown that annual scans can detect tumors while they're early-stage and highly treatable. Unfortunately, most smokers still don't realize screening is available and could save their lives.Read more