Insurance Covered CPAP Will Help People Get CPAP Products Covered by Insurance

Insurance Covered CPAP wants people to know, especially those who are suffering from sleep apnea, that they can help them get their continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines covered by insurance. The CPAP machine has been found to be effective for moderate to severe sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder where breathing during sleep repeatedly stops and starts. This is actually a serious medical condition that can lead to complications, such as daytime fatigue, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure or heart problems, metabolic syndrome, liver problems, and complications with medications and surgery.

Craig Lisner from Insurance Covered CPAP says, “If you have sleep apnea, one of the important questions you will ask is ‘will your insurance cover CPAP?’ CPAP has been observed to prevent or even reverse the serious complications of sleep apnea, such as diabetes, stroke, and heart disease. We can actually help you qualify through insurance and have your CPAP machine and supplies covered. All you need to do is provide us your information, your insurance details, and answer some CPAP questions. And once you have completed th Qualify Through Insurance form, we will contact your insurance company to verify coverage and then submit all the required documents on your behalf.”

Standard CPAP machines that sleep apnea patients can obtain through Insurance Covered CPAP are the Luna II CPAP from 3B Medical and the AirSense 10 CPAP from ResMed. The ResMed AirSense™ 10 AutoSet CPAP Machine is known for its quiet operation. And aside from this being one of the quietest CPAP machines available on the market, it also has intelligent features, such as automatically detecting sleep onset and automatically adjusting the pressure to the lowest level needed for treatment.

Auto-CPAP machines available through Insurance Covered CPAP include the DreamStation 2 Auto CPAP from Philips Respironics, Luna II Auto CPAP from 3B Medical, AirSense 10 Autoset with HumidAir and ClimateLineAir Tube from ResMed, and Resvent iBreeze Auto CPAP from Resvent. Automatic CPAP machines may be preferred by some patients because standard CPAP machines may sometimes cause too much dryness and they may find it difficult to breathe against the pressure exerted by the machine. Auto-CPAP machines automatically increase the pressure only when a sleep apnea event is about to occur and then decrease the pressure after the event has passed. Thus, some patients may prefer auto-CPAP machines.

Also available from Insurance Covered CPAP are Bi-PAP machines, such as the Luna Bi-PAP from 3B Medical and the AirCurve 10 VAuto with HumidAir and ClimateLineAir from ResMed. Bi-PAP machines are actually the most sophisticated type of CPAP machines. They are often reserved for patients who find the standard or even the automatic CPAP machines uncomfortable to use. For example, the AirCurve 10 bilevel machines have two pressure level settings: higher pressure when the patient inhales and a lower pressure when the patient exhales.

Insurance Covered CPAP, a MedSource LLC company, has the ultimate goal of enabling sleep apnea patients get the CPAP machines they need for their treatment. They want to assure patients that they only obtain their products from the leading CPAP machine manufacturers, including Fisher & Paykel, 3B Medical, ResMed, Philips Respironics, and Resvent. Sleep apnea patients can get high quality CPAP products and have them covered by insurance after they fill out a Qualify Through Insurance Form on the website. Once the application has been approved by the patient’s insurance company, Insurance Covered CPAP will send the CPAP machine, mask and other supplies to the patient’s address. For those who want to ensure if they really have sleep apnea, they undergo a sleep test. A convenient and reasonably priced at-home sleep test that can make it much easier for patients to be qualified for insurance coverage is available through Insurance Covered CPAP. Most insurance plans including Medicaid and Medicare, will offer coverage for the CPAP machine, mask, and supplies. Replacement supplies may also be covered by insurance. Insurance Covered CPAP will serve as an in-network provider with most insurance plans.

People who would like to learn more about the services provided by Insurance Covered CPAP can visit their website, or contact them through the telephone.


For more information about, contact the company here:
Craig Lisner
Universal Building, 700 N Sacramento Blvd, Chicago, IL 60612