UBERDOC Affordable Healthcare


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UBERDOC Affordable Healthcare


Get the care you need, when you need it

Find + book online in just a few clicks

Your Fast Pass to Easy, Affordable Medical Imaging

Book your MRI, CT scan, ultrasound, mammogram and more today!

UBERDOC Radiology

Comprehensive, world-class care from leading radiologists near you.

What is diagnostic medical imaging?

Diagnostic medical imaging encompasses a range of procedures that take pictures of structures and activity inside your body to assist physicians in making diagnoses. Procedures include MRI, CT, PET Scans, Ultrasound, Mammogram, Nuclear Medicine, Bone Density Scans and more.

These pictures are read by radiologists, who summarize their findings and provide reports to the physician who ordered your procedure.

When your doctor refers you for a diagnostic medical image, s/he may refer you to a particular facility. It is important to understand that even if s/he provided a referral, you can choose where you go for your procedure.

Diagnostic medical imaging procedures can be extremely expensive. If you have insurance, but have not met your deductible, you are responsible for a large portion of the charge. If you don’t have insurance, the cost of the procedure can be overwhelming. In addition, you will pay a separate fee for the radiologist who reads your exam.

UBERDOC was designed by physicians to give patients a better optionproviding easier, more affordable diagnostic medical imaging. When you schedule through UBERDOC, you will be quoted a firm price for your exam. In most cases, it will save you upwards of 60% of the price you would pay elsewherea significant savings, even compared to the out of pocket cost you would have paid through your insurance company. It will include the radiologists’ feeno surprise bills in the mail after your procedure. And, in most cases, you can use your Health Savings Account to pay for it.

A dedicated Patient Concierge will help you get scheduled at a location that is convenient for you and has the right equipment for the exam your doctor ordered. Your exam will be read (or oversight provided) by a board-certified radiologist, who will provide a report to your referring physician.

What is a Radiologist?

UBERDOC Radiologists are leading board-certified, academic- and hospital-affiliated physicians who specialize in using imaging guidance to diagnose and treat diseases.

All UBERDOC Radiologists have the skills, experience, and qualifications needed to provide the world-class medical care you deserve, on your terms.

UBERDOC was designed by physicians to give patients a better option—combining the convenient, on-demand access of a walk-in or urgent care clinic with the expert specialist care that is typically not available there. UBERDOC gives you the ability to go directly to a top board-certified specialist near you, on your schedule.

UBERDOC specialists reserve exclusive appointments available only to UBERDOC patients. Whether you need to be seen next-day or on your next day off—you’re always at the front of the line for the care you need, when you need it.

Booking a radiologist consultation on UBERDOC gives you exclusive access to the top specialist of your choice, on your schedule, with no insurance network, referral, or authorization restrictions. All for one exclusive, affordable, and flat price.

Save time, save money, and get the specialist care you need to be well. Find and book your radiology appointment on UBERDOC today.

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