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DME stands for Durable Medical Equipment and is a term used to describe a variety of different products and equipment that is Medicare-approved and authorized by a medical professional. The products in this category must be designed to assist with a specific medical condition, be able to be used as directed multiple times and be expected to last for a minimum of three years. Accreditation means that you are able to supply these products and then be reimbursed through Medicare. And other Major Medical Insurances

To become a Medicare accredited provider, you have to first apply, and then pass an inspection. The Medicare application is around 27 pages long, and even a single mistake will cause immediate rejection with no discussion. If this happens to you, then you will have to reapply, putting your application at the back of the often quite lengthy queue, and delaying your progress. This can go on indefinitely – there is no guarantee that the error picked up on the first application is the only error, so you could feasibly be rejected multiple times.

The inspection comes next –{ this is similarly rigorous, with there being cases that have been rejected for something as simple as not displaying your license clearly enough.}

 The inspection comes next covering 140 points of compliance that must be put in place in order to achieve Accreditation The medicare application is 27 pages long.  The inspection covers 140 points of compliance This is why engaging Allstate DME Solutions is the best course of action. Your application will be right the first time, and we will also work with you to ensure that you pass inspection. What could take you a great many months to do independently, can be wrapped up much more quickly with our help.

Until recently, for a supplier of durable medical equipment to be reimbursed through Medicare, they would have to have won the right to be a supplier by way of a bidding process. From December 2018 onwards, the supplier environment changed, with suppliers now being able to apply for the right. On successful application, inspection, and accreditation, the supplier is issued with a Provider Transaction Access Number (PTAN) which is used to bill for any DME products – without this, you will not be reimbursed.

No – the two areas are distinct. You are only accredited and can bill for products if you have a PTAN. It can be a more streamlined process to become accredited if you are a Medicare-enrolled physician or medical professional, but you will still need to make sure that it is completed.

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