This examination is performed to visualize the heart’s function, blood flow, valves, and chambers. An echocardiogram typically is covered by insurance when ordered to help diagnose or monitor a heart problem, but not as a routine screening test. For patients covered by health insurance, the out-of-pocket cost for an echocardiogram typically consists of a copay or coinsurance of 10%-50%. For patients not covered by health insurance, an echocardiogram usually costs from $1,000 to $3,000 or more, including a $200-$300 fee for interpretation by a cardiologist.
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