Diabetes & DME/HME

We are a full DME/HME supplier and make it easy to get medical equipment and supplies to your patients.

What is DME/HME?

Durable Medical Equipment (DME) and Home Medical Equipment (HME) meets the following criteria:

  • Durable (can withstand repeated use)

  • Used for a medical reason

  • Not usually useful to someone who isn't sick or injured

  • Used in your home

  • Generally has an expected lifetime of at least 3-years

Cash or Reimbursable

Dear Medical Providers: We will work with your health insurance in addition to your healthcare or medical provider to coordinate and deliver medical supplies and equipment to your doorstep. We have a team of clinical professionals that include Pharmacists, Registered Nurses, ATP’s, and Respiratory Therapists, who are passionate about your patient's wellness.

Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) covers medically necessary DME if a medical provider prescribes it for use in a patient's home. DME that Medicare covers includes, but isn't limited to:

If the supplier accepts the assignment, patients pay 20% of the Medicare-Approved Amount, and the Part B deductible applies. Medicare pays for different kinds of DME in different ways. Depending on the type of equipment:

  • Patients may need to rent the equipment

  • Patients may need to buy the equipment

  • Patients may be able to choose whether to rent or buy the equipment

Medicare will only cover the DME if a medical provider and the DME suppliers are enrolled in Medicare. Medical providers and suppliers have to meet strict standards to enroll and stay enrolled in Medicare. If a medical provider or supplier isn't enrolled, Medicare won’t pay the claims submitted by them. Medicare will not pay claims to medical providers or suppliers who aren't enrolled in Medicare.

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Clinical Benefits

  • Safe, effective, non-invasive, and user-friendly

  • Extremely high patient compliance, outcome, and satisfaction

  • Substantial reduction in out-bound patient referrals

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