As of 2015, an echocardiogram typically costs between $1,000 and $3,000 or more, according to CostHelper. This includes $200 to $300 for a cardiologist to interpret the results. The average cash price of an echocardiogram in 2014 was $2,275, reports NerdWallet.
Cash prices for echocardiograms vary widely from one facility to another, with $410 being the least expensive and $10,246 being the most costly in 2014. Health insurance normally covers echocardiograms necessary to diagnose or monitor heart problems, although patients still have to cover copays that can range from 10 percent to 50 percent of the cost. Health insurance does not cover echocardiograms performed as part of routine screenings. Echocardiograms utilize ultrasound to diagnose and treat such conditions as heart murmurs, heart valve abnormalities, pulmonary hypertension, heart failure and heart infection.