Category: Imaging Center

Frequently Prescribed Imaging Scans

Different types of scans are used for different conditions, and the kind of scan your doctor orders will depend on your symptoms. Imaging scans are relatively safe and carry minimal risks, but you'll feel more prepared if you know what to expect.

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How To Find A Cash Pay Imaging Center

To guarantee the best price for your scan, we recommend directly contacting imaging centers and comparing prices. This is a lot of work and can be difficult to do on your own. That’s why Medmo connects you to imaging centers that are guaranteed to offer cash pay discounts on the scan(s) you need with locations convenient to you. We take the guesswork out of finding reputable and accredited centers that you can afford.

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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?

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What Are Outpatient Medical Imaging Centers?

Outpatient imaging centers offer more relaxed, personalized service than hospitals and can offer many other liberties. These are your local freestanding doctor’s offices that are native to your city and have no ties to the hospital. These facilities usually have a small connected staff which makes for a more comfortable environment for people who need multiple scans.

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How to Read an Imaging Scan Prescription

Your imaging prescription will tell you the scan type your referring physician has prescribed and the time and location of your imaging scan. The last two are very important for you to know in order to make or reschedule your appointment. If your doctor has not assigned you to an imaging center, or if you would like to adjust the details of your scan, such as the time and location you would like to be seen at, please visit us at Medmo.com to schedule an appointment.

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Open MRI vs. Closed MRI: What’s the Difference?

Open MRI greatly reduce the risk of panic attacks and claustrophobia and are more accessible to people who may not be comfortable fitting in a closed MRI.

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5 Ways to Save Money in Healthcare

Here are 5 ways you can take charge of your health care costs and save hundreds or even thousands of dollars a year.

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Pediatric Imaging During COVID-19

Pediatric cases of COVID-19 are increasing across the nation. Due to the contagious nature of the disease, for children receiving imaging during or with COVID-19, […]

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What Does a Head MRI Do?

Head MRIs can detect brain tumors, traumatic brain injury, developmental anomalies, multiple sclerosis, stroke, dementia, infection, and the causes of headache.

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