My machine will be bought and paid for in June '16. Does anyone know if that is the end of being concerned with the compliance end of things (4 hours per night, etc).?
I'm wondering if this data still comes into play as the insurer is asked to pay for continued parts re-supply and potentially a new machine one day.
Any thoughts greatly appreciated!
DME = Apria
Insurance = Anthem
My insurance only monitored compliance during the initial 90-day "trial" period, when I was renting the equipment. Once I passed that time, I paid my 10% for the machine and now own it outright. Compliance is not monitored for replacement parts or supplies.
Now, that does NOT mean your insurance company has the same policy, so the best way to determine their compliance policy is to contact them directly and ask them. Your supplier might also have that information, since they already ran your insurance and are likely familiar with the policy, but still, the best information will come directly from your insurance company.