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What to expect during your QTscan
A QTscan is $600 and can be paid by credit card at the time of your appointment or online when you schedule. If you choose to pre-pay for your scan prior to your appointment, you can save $50 off the cost of the scan.
QTbreasthealth does not currently accept insurance. We can provide a receipt to request reimbursement from a FSA or HSA.
As a follow-up to mammography, many women will come to us for follow up imaging if their results from traditional imaging were inconclusive. We provide that imaging with no radiation and our doctors provide reassurance with timely results.
Your appointment at QTbreasthealth will take about an hour from arrival to departure. This includes your check-in, scan time, and changing your clothes in between.
A breast imaging experience so peaceful, you might sleep through it
Meet the QTbreasthealth San Jose Team
Victoria Gutierrez serves as a Patient Care Concierge with QTbreasthealth. In her role, she handles patient interactions that include scheduling and calling patients to confirm those appointments. In addition, she’s usually the first person patients see when they enter our facility. She helps to secure previous breast screening records so that the patient’s medical history is complete before arrival. Victoria has excelled at a variety of customer service-centered roles throughout her career. She has received certifications in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), electronic health records and as a diagnostic medical sonographer. Her formal education includes programs at the Institute of Business & Technology in Santa Clara, California; Foothill College in Los Altos, California and Heald College in Milpitas, California.
In her role as a QTbreasthealth Scan Technologist, Rami Collins is responsible for working with patients undergoing the QTscan. During this process, she ensures patients are comfortable throughout the exam and positions them properly so that we can obtain the clearest possible images of the breast. Rami is a health care veteran, having spent much of her career as an ultrasound technologist. She holds an associate degree from Weber State in Ogden, Utah, and is currently working on her bachelor’s degree in health administration.