If you qualify, Medicare and Private PPO insurance will pay for up to 80% of the cost of your CPAP equipment and replacement supplies.

If you or a loved one needs CPAP Supplies such as CPAP Mask, CPAP Tubing, CPAP Filters, CPAP Headgear, and Nasal Pillows and Cushions, Medicare or Private insurance may help pay for them.

MEDICARE

Medicare may pay for a portion of your CPAP Supplies such as CPAP Mask, CPAP Tubing, CPAP Filters, CPAP Headgear, and Nasal Pillows and Cushions. A written, signed and dated order from a physician must be provided to the supplier before the claim is submitted to Medicare. CPAP Supplies and CPAP Accessories are covered when all of the following criteria are met:

  • The person must be eligible with an expressed written order from their doctor for CPAP Supplies and CPAP Accessories.
  • The person must meet all other applicable Medicare statutory and regulatory requirements.

PRIVATE INSURANCE

Most but not all private insurance companies follow Medicare guidelines for CPAP Supplies and CPAP Accessories qualification requirements. If you have a private insurance and you or a loved one has a need for CPAP Supplies and CPAP Accessories (face masks, replacement pillows, replacement cushions, water chamber for humidifier, etc.), our partner company can talk to you about the specific requirements for your private insurance policy.

CPAP and BiPAP SUPPLIES REPLACEMENT PROGRAM

Our partner company will assign a personal Care Specialist to each new patient. The Care Specialist will answer all your questions and submit all the required paperwork to help get your CPAP or BiPAP machine, mask, and supplies promptly. Our Care Specialist will give you ongoing support and unsurpassed service.

CPAP and BiPAP SUPPLIES REPLACEMENT PROGRAM

Many CPAP and BiPAP users don't realize that most of the supplies associated with sleep therapy are designed to be disposable. Masks, tubing, filters, and headgear are not designed to last extreme amounts of time, and using them past their recommended life span can actually jeopardize your CPAP therapy. Delicate silicone mask cushions can develop leaks, clogged filters can allow dust and pollen to be delivered into your airway, and over-stretched headgear can require extreme tightening, causing pressure point pain.

Below you will find our Recommended Replacement Schedule for CPAP and BiPAP Supplies, based on information from Medicare and private insurance companies.

  • CPAP Mask: (1) Every Three Months
  • CPAP Full Face Mask: (1) Every Three Months
  • CPAP Headgear: (1) Every Three Months
  • Nasal Pillows/Seals: (2) Every Month
  • Nasal Cushions: (2) Every Month
  • Interface Cushions: (1) Every Month
  • Six Foot Tubing: (1) Every Month
  • Chin Strap: (1) Every Three Months
  • Non-Disposable Filter: (1) Every Three Months
  • Disposable Filter: (2) Every Month
  • Humidifier Chamber: (1) Every Six Months

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