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[Equipment] Best DME Provider In Seattle
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Norco was recommended by my doctor. I was unimpressed with their service and knowledge. After an extensive search and several personal recommendations I went with Supplier #1 Commercial Link Removed. and have had a great experience. I just pay out of pocket so I'm not versed on insurance issues with them. They provide a 30 day money back on mask returns so I wasn't all that worried with which one I bought. I ran through three until I decided on the Dreamware. I got my equipment next day. I've been told there is a good DME in Redmond or maybe Issaqua. About the best I can provide for you. If you find a god one please post








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Sorry about that I didn't even know it generated a link I just typed the name. I'll use caution in the future.
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#13
The only online supplier I know of that invoices insurance is Supplier#30. They are physically located in California, but apparently will work with a number of insurance companies.
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(05-31-2017, 07:45 PM)Sleeprider Wrote: The only online supplier I know of that invoices insurance is Supplier#30.  They are physically located in California, but apparently will work with a number of insurance companies.

I think the one I posted but had to remove would work with my insurance. If you wanted the info send me a PM and I'll get it to you. They really were incredible with answering my questions and the prices weren't all that bad.

I already have reporting issues that I'll have to deal with regarding my career and how CPAP effects that so having to double dip so to speak with insurance was more than I wanted. I just ponied up and paid the bill to get them out of the loop but otherwise would have run it through them.

Hope things go well.....I'm in a transition phase and not really there yet but feel as if some of the information and suggestions received on this board are helping me turn the corner.

GuppyDRV
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In Edmonds Washington there is a non-profit organization named MS HelpingHands that might be able to help.  They have a huge warehouse, which includes some CPAP supplies. How much and at what cost, I don't know.  I bought a sit-to-stand lift there for $600 (tax-deductible); on the web it would cost $1000.
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