Bring your driver’s license, passport or state issued identification with a picture ID, complete insurance information, including your insurance card with ID number and group number. In addition, for workers’ compensation claims and automobile injuries, bring your claim number, the date of injury and the name and address of your attorney.
Bring the written order (script) and any other paperwork your physician may have given you.
Bring any prior imaging studies that would help us perform and interpret your exam. If you are unable to obtain these in advance, we will have you sign an authorization form at the time of your exam, and obtain the prior studies for you.
few days of your exam. Every insurance company is different. Some require us to collect a co-pay at the time of service. Some don’t. We will contact you prior to the day of your exam and explain what the policy is for your specific insurance.
Most insurance companies also require that the radiologist bill separately for the interpretation (reading) of your exam. If that is the case with your insurance you will likely receive a bill from them within a few weeks of your exam.
That bill will come from Utah Imaging Associates.
There are a number of factors that go into providing an estimate, including whether your exam requires contrast or not. Other factors such as your insurance deductible and out-of-pocket maximums can also impact the final cost of your exam.