When we receive feedback from people regarding their healthcare expense savings when choosing to visit Capitol Imaging Services, we want to tell the world! Here is the brief story of someone who compared their expense of an ultrasound scan, comparing a large imaging provider to us.
Here are the specifics.
Ultrasound: CPT code 76700
In this person’s case, there was a need to make a medical evaluation for possible gallstones. The appropriate ultrasound study that is most commonly performed for the evaluation of gallstones is CPT (Current Procedural Terminology) code 76700, an ultrasound of the abdomen.
The person was paying for the test. Therefore, the price comparison was from private cash pay prices, which Capitol Imaging Services has for all of the exams and studies we perform.
The price comparison result?
- Their price: $600
- Our price: $200
In this case, the other provider was TRIPLE the price for a common ultrasound scan! In addition, there may have been a separate charge for the radiology interpretation and report. So, this person may have incurred even more expense — an expense not often disclosed.
When choosing Capitol Imaging Service, any fee we have includes everything we do from start to finish. No hidden costs or charges.
Needless to say, the person chose our Capitol Imaging Services – Covington, LA center for the scan. Another success story from the largest independent radiology practice serving the southeastern United States. Not only do we perform the scan, such as an ultrasound, but also provide the radiology expertise to review the test images and issue the important findings to physicians and other healthcare providers.
Yes, it is very possible to save money in healthcare without sacrificing quality of care or level of technology for the scan. Capitol Imaging Services offers the same, if not better, quality than other area imagers.
When not an urgent or an emergency, why pay more when you don’t have to? Choose independent and save.
Choose Capitol Imaging Services: doctor trusted and patient preferred.