Durable Medical Equipment
Durable medical equipment (DME) is equipment that helps you complete your daily activities. It includes a variety of items, such as walkers, wheelchairs, and oxygen tanks. We know how frustrating it is, to not be able to complete daily activities. Let Home Care for the 21st Century assist you in finding the right durable medical equipment you need to maintain your independence and positive outlook on life.
Improved Quality of Life
We understand that making a well-informed decision about durable medical equipment is very important. The importance of having the proper brace, orthotics, walker, or any medical device should not be underestimated. At Home for the 21st Century, you can be sure that our professionals can assist you in finding the proper medical equipment you need for the sake of your health and well being.
Durable medical equipment and supplies are designed to be used long-term as opposed to thrown away after use. The primary methods used to pay for expenses associated with medical supplies both durable and disposable are Medicare part B, Medicaid, Veteran’s Benefits, Private Insurance and Self-Pay. All coverages for Durable Medical Equipment are determined if medically necessary and the patient meets the medical criteria and guidelines for its use are met.
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