Discount Imaging can offset some of PET, MRI, and CT imaging expenses by accessing a nationwide imaging network of over 2,900 fully credentialed and accredited imaging providers.
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Detect conditions before they worsen to the point of needing surgery. Diseases and conditions caught in the late stages usually require more intensive treatment or surgery, which normally comes with higher costs and complications.
Moving diagnostic imaging from hospital outpatient settings to low-cost imaging centers can help patients and employers reduce their healthcare costs by 62%, Becker’s Hospital Review reported.
The average price for routine diagnostic imaging tests in a hospital outpatient setting is 165% more than the price of a test in a standalone imaging center or physician’s office. Our members can get up to 50% off the imaging center price.
Every $1 spent on in-patient imaging correlates to approximately $3 in total savings. According to researchers at Harvard Medical School, every $385 spent on imaging decreases a patient’s hospital stay by one day, saving approximately $3,000 per patient. Other disease-specific studies have found that increased imaging could save up to $1.2 billion annually in the treatment of stroke patients. CT scans have been found to significantly reduce the negative appendectomy rate and the number of unnecessary hospital admissions, saving $447 per patient.
A dedicated team of specialists provides toll-free telephone access, multilingual customer service staff, priority appointment scheduling, and coast-to-coast coverage.
Never pay an access fee, members share their location and will be scheduled for testing at a convenient diagnostic imaging facility at a reduced cost. Upon test completion, the results will be provided to the ordering physician.
Doctors can accurately identify injuries, conditions, and diseases in their early stages. This is especially useful for conditions that are asymptomatic and do not display any symptoms.
Patients avoid or limit more invasive procedures and return to their everyday lives faster when receiving a CT scan instead of a cardiac catheterization to detect a polyp before it is cancerous. Peer-reviewed research confirms that medical imaging technologies improve health outcomes, save lives, and reduces health care costs.
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