Most insurance policies cover the NormaTec PCD for a variety of conditions associated with poor circulation such as edema (swelling), chronic wounds, venous insufficiency, and lymphedema.
No matter what your insurance coverage is, NormaTec will take care of verifying your insurance eligibility, determining your coverage benefits, obtaining pre-authorization if required, and working with you to make our product as financially affordable as possible.
If you have minimal medical insurance or even no insurance, we offer many options that will maximize your ability to obtain the medical equipment your healthcare professional prescribes.
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Also, check out some Frequently Asked Questions about insurance coverage.
The NormaTec PCD is considered Durable Medical Equipment (DME) that is used in the home setting and is covered under Medicare Part B for following diagnoses:
- Chronic venous insufficiency with chronic wounds
- (Other diagnoses may be covered on a case-by-case basis)
Medicare does not require any pre-authorization.
NormaTec is proud to be a fully accredited Medicare supplier.
Most private insurance plans cover the NormaTec PCD, including Traditional Indemnity plans, Health Maintenance Organizations (HMO), Preferred Provider Organizations (PPO), Point of Service Plans (POS), Medicare Advantage Plans, among many others.
Some plans may require pre-authorization, which may take up to two weeks or more for approval (although generally the timeframe is 48-72 hours). Coverage for the NormaTec PCD varies depending on your plan.
No matter what your insurance coverage, NormaTec will verify your eligibility and work closely with your insurance and your healthcare practitioner to obtain maximum coverage and help ensure your prescribed equipment is affordable.