Clear Costs, No Hidden Fees

The retail price for examinations at our facilities is $799.00 for non-contrast examinations and $1199.00 for examinations requiring a contrast injection. This INCLUDES our radiologist’s interpretation; no separate charges will be incurred. These retail rates are the lowest in the region, by up to 75%.

We can offer this great pricing because we are an independent, outpatient facility specializing in just one service. At New Hampshire Open MRI and Vermont Open MRI, we try our best to make the financial process clear and manageable.

We Accept Most Major Insurances

New Hampshire Open MRI participates in most local and national insurance networks. Every insurance plan is different and each patient will have a different out-of-pocket responsibility based on both insurance coverage and your benefit plan (deductibles, co-insurance). We would be happy to give you an estimate of what your out-of-pocket expenses will be. Please call us prior to your appointment at 866-452-4999 or request a price quote

MRI of the lumbar spine without contrast with Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Hampshire
Retail Price $799.00
Contracted Adjustment -$381.51
Contracted Rate $417.49
Unmet deductible $300.00
Co-insurance 20% +$83.50
Total Patient Out-of-Pocket $383.50
Benefits WILL vary by your individual insurance plan. Please call us and we can help you determine what your out-of-pocket expenses will be.

Payment

If you are insured, we will bill your insurance first and send you a bill for your responsibility based on our contracted rate with your insurance company, the amount applied to your deductible and/or co-insurance based on your plan’s benefits. If you are uninsured, the full amount of the MRI exam is due at the time of service. We accept credit, debit cards, or cash.

My doctor recommended Vermont Open MRI because he knew it would be less expensive and that they could see me right away. I have had a closed/tube MRI before and did not like it! Vermont OPEN MRI was a much less stressful experience. There was no wait time, the technologist talked me through the exam and I liked that I could listen to my favorite radio station.
— Richard H., Jericho, VT