A heart ultrasound or echocardiogram typically costs $1,000 to $3,000 for people who do not have insurance, according to CostHelper. People who have insurance can expect a copay of 10 to 50 percent when the test is done to diagnose or monitor a heart condition.
In some cases a typical echocardiogram does not provide the necessary information, and additional testing may be required, which increases costs, states CostHelper. Some types of echocardiograms are more expensive than others. For instance, a transthoracic echocardiogram is generally not as expensive as a stress echocardiogram. Interpretation of the test results by a cardiologist generally costs $200 to $300, which is often included in pricing but can result in an additional fee.