One tip for finding an oxygen supplier is to contact whoever prescribed the oxygen to find out what companies are recommended in the patient's area, suggests AllinaHealth.org. Another tip is to check Medicare's online database for medical equipment supplies, which lists local suppliers for oxygen and oxygen supplies that accept Medicare; these suppliers are also potential options for those with other insurance plans.Continue Reading
Doctors and hospitals can often suggest local oxygen suppliers that take the patient's insurance, so it's a good tip to consult with them. Patients can also try contacting their health insurance providers (either private or Medicare) to learn which local suppliers accept specific insurance plans and how much they cost. There may be search tools for finding local providers that take the plans.
Another tip is to do an online search for durable medical equipment providers. An example of one of these suppliers is Allina Health, which has showrooms where patients can go for assistance with equipment and a catalog on the website for ordering supplies. Patients can usually get information about insurance and opportunities to rent or buy oxygen equipment as well.
Finally, it's advisable to compare companies and gather important information, such as oxygen equipment service options, costs, frequency of deliveries and licensure, suggests WebMD.com.Learn more about Industries