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How did she save? It was easy. She simply picked up the phone and did exactly what we have been touting for years: shop and compare prices for healthcare services, just as most people do when comparing prices for vehicles, furniture, appliances and homes. The hospital told her it would cost $400 for the exam under her insurance coverage. She contacted Diagnostic Imaging Services and was ecstatic to find out that after our benefits verification process, she was TOTALLY COVERED by her plan with no additional cost to her. Her financial obligation for the exam at DIS: $0. When it comes to healthcare, many don't realize the importance of comparison shopping. You should be concerned about how much your MRI, CT scan, ultrasound, x-ray or other imaging exam will cost you BEFORE you have the test. If your insurance plan has a deductible or coinsurance or if the exam you need is not covered by insurance, you may pay significantly more for your imaging exam at a hospital based center than you will pay at DIS.Click here for further information on how to save money on your health care!
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