As of 2015, CT heart scans cost about $1,500, according to U.S. News & World Report. Health insurance plans that cover the cost of CT heart scans typically require patients to pay a predetermined coinsurance percentage, reports CostHelper.
Two types of CT heart scans, calcium scoring CT heart scans and CT angiography, allow physicians to identify a patient's risk for a heart attack or heart failure, explains CostHelper. Calcium scoring CT heart scans locate calcified arteries that slow down or block blood flow to and from the heart. CT angiography produces a 3-D image of the heart to help physicians identify other potential risk factors for a heart attack or heart failure.