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U.S. federal law restricts the sale of some products only on the order of a physician. Please note you must have a prescription from a physician on file with BMPI before we can ship this product to you. The prescription may be in the form of a mailed form or letter, email, or fax.
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• Mail, fax, or email authorized PRESCRIPTION FORM for appropriate products.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is DME?
Durable Medical Equipment (DME) is a term used in the medical industry to describe medical equipment or supplies which are meant to last for more than 3 years. Medicare and Private Insurance will often provide DME benefits for their members. To verify your DME benefits and eligibility, please contact your insurance provider prior to purchasing.
What is a HCPCS Code?
A Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) code is an alphanumeric code which tells Medicare and Private Insurance companies the type of product you are purchasing. This code is also used to verify payment amounts (allowable) based on the current year’s HCPCS fee schedule.
What is reimbursement?
In general, a reimbursement is provided after you have paid for an item in full at the time of purchase. With Medicare, Medicaid, and Private Insurance, they will typically reimbursement you a percentage of your total purchase price. To verify your reimbursement amounts and eligibility, please contact your insurance provider prior to purchasing.
What is an ICD Code?
An ICD or, International Classification of Diseases code is used to identify the type of medical condition an individual is diagnosed with. Generally, these codes are used in conjunction with a medical necessity letter used for DME reimbursement.
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