What is the average cost of an EKG without insurance?

An electrocardiogram (ECG) measures the heart’s electrical activity to diagnose cardiac problems. Several electrodes on the body send electrical impulses that generate line designs on paper. A technician typically performs the test, and a physician interprets the wave chart. The exam is painless and takes around 15 minutes.
An EKG typically has two costs: the operation itself and the interpretation of the printout.
An EKG may cost between $30 and $100 for those with medical insurance that covers a percentage of the cost. For example, in Massachusetts, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care costs $32-$54 for an EKG and interpretation.
Uninsured individuals should budget between $500 and $3,000 in expenses. The average cost of an EKG is roughly $1,500, although some facilities charge as much as $2,850. Service prices are often higher in urban areas than they are in rural areas.