NO OUT OF POCKET COST FOR A POWER
CHAIR WITH MEDICARE AND SECONDARY If you Qualify
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The coverage criteria for power mobility device has changed and we
want to help you better understand these changes. In order to
determine if a power mobility device is right for you, you will need
to follow these steps.
Visit with your physician for a face-to-face examination and discuss
your mobility options. Medicare requires a face-to-face examination
with your physician prior to writing a prescription for a power
During your exam, your physician must first consider the use of
cane, walker, and manual wheelchair before considering a power
mobility device. This must be supported in your medical records and
a prescription can be written. A Physical Therapist or Occupational
Therapist may also conduct an additional assessment if your
physician deems it necessary.
Have your physician fax 352-323-4802 or mail 1323 South 14th Street
Leesburg, FL 34748 the written prescription and medical records to
Mr. Mobility. We must receive the written prescription and
supporting documentation (medical records) within 45 days from the
date of your face-to-face examination.
Mr. Mobility will conduct a home assessment to ensure that you have
adequate access and space maneuver.
The primary reason for a power mobility device is to compensate for
your mobility limitations within your home and your ability to
perform activities of daily living including toileting, grooming,
bathing, dressing and eating. Therefore, it is critical to determine
your home environment will support the use of a power mobility
Mr. Mobility will order the power mobility device prescribed by your
physician or treating practitioner, deliver it to your home and
instruct you on how to operate it. Delivery of the power mobility
device must be done no more than 45 days following your face-to-face