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The cost can vary by the type of scan you get. For example, MRI costs may vary from the price of an ultrasound, CT, or X-ray. Learn more about the cost of different diagnostic scans here.

When you search for a scan center near you, you’ll also be able to filter your search options by whether the imaging center accepts your insurance. You can also call the diagnostic scan center to confirm if your specific insurance policy will cover some or all of the cost of your scan. Find a diagnostic scan center now.

It depends on the type of scan you're getting and which body part you’re scanning. Learn more about each diagnostic scan and their processes.

For scan.com, there is no difference. We just want to help you find the right type of medical imaging scan for your individual needs. (For consistency, the site uses "scan" to refer to any type of medical imaging.) It's quick and easy to find a scan center near you using scan.com's scan search tool.

Choosing the right medical scan center can be difficult, but scan.com has made it easier for you to find the right place to get diagnostic and preventive scans. You’ll be able to filter your search by location, costs, insurance carrier, and more. Find your diagnostic scan center now.