09-22-2015, 06:35 PM
(This post was last modified: 09-22-2015, 06:37 PM by ramblingasian.)
I'm interested in knowing how buying an Auto BiPAP is cheaper in the US than in Canada. Looking at the latest Resmed, the price at the website you listed is $1726 USD which with today's exchange rate makes it to $2300 CAD. There is a provider here in the GTA that you can get the same Auto BiPAP for $1120, which is half the price. Seeing that I'm sure that that vendor will sell the equivalent Respironics machine at the same price to you, how are you actually saving money?
In fact, if you include ADP, which you would be eligible for because your old machine is more than five years old, you'll end up paying less than $400 instead of over $2000.
Your math doesn't make much sense.
I am a new member and recently diagnosed with moderate OSA; I picked up my (first) CPAP machine - which happens to be the new Dreamstation. My DME said I was one of the first to receive one from them. I won't have much to compare it to, but maybe can provide some newbie feedback and observations.