MRI scans at orthopedic practice cost $1K less than hospital imaging

Written by Shayna Korol | June 28, 2018 | Print  |

MRI services at OAK Orthopedics in Bradley, Ill., can offer cost savings of $1,000 per test compared to a hospital MRI.

The projected savings are based on an average cost comparison of the MRI scan only and do not include fees associated with interpreting the images, which could result in greater savings.

OAK Orthopedics offers the Toshiba 1.5T, a whole-body MRI system, and the OrthOne, a machine designed specifically for extremity imaging.

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