Thursday, June 4, 2015

Reyland Medical Equipment can bill your Insurance for an AED, Cane, Rollator, Wheelchair, Motorized Wheelchair, Electric Scooter

Are you having a hard time finding a DME, durable medical equipment company that's willing to bill your insurance for your wheelchair, lightweight transport wheelchair, walker, cane, motorized hooveround wheelchair, electric scooter, back or knee brace?  Look no further than Reyland Medical.  We are headquartered in Marietta, GA and have warehouse locations in Atlanta, GA and West Columbia, SC.  We have fast delivery to all of South Carolina and Georgia and ship throughout the United States.

Coverage terms are different for each insurance company, and Reyland Medical will check with your insurance company to see if the item you need will be covered. For a few insurance companies, Reyland Medical will be an out of network provider. However, Reyland Medical prices are so much lower than the in network providers that it is almost always less expensive for you to work with us.
In most cases, Reyland Medical can obtain a pre-authorization from your insurance company so you know your level of reimbursement before you pay for your order. Some insurance carriers will actually guarantee payment directly to Reyland Medical, eliminating any up-front payments from you with the possible exception of your copay.
What to Expect
If your physician has written you a prescription for medical equipment you can call us at (844) 244-0240 or email us at and start the process immediately.  Or if you place on order online, and indicate you would like Reyland Medical to bill your insurance company, you will receive a call from a Reyland Medical customer service team member to discuss your specific circumstances and gather information regarding eligibility. If you place the order with our customer service team over the phone (844) 244-0240, the customer service representative will take your order. The process involves these simple steps:
Step 1: Reyland Medical will collect the following information from you:
  • Insurance Company Name
  • Insured's Name and ID# or Subscriber#
  • Group#
  • Date of Birth (both the insured and the beneficiary, if different)
  • Insurance Company Member Services Phone #
  • Insurance Company Claims Mailing Address
  • Physician's name, address and phone number
  • Prescription from your physician, dated before delivery of the item
  • Letter of Medical Necessity from the physician
  • All relevant medical documents, such as chart notes
Step 2: HIPAA Release Form. Reyland Medical will email, fax, or mail you a HIPAA Release Form, which gives your physician and your insurance carrier permission to release relevant medical information to Reyland Medical so that we can successfully submit your claim. Please respond to this form ASAP.
Step 3: Reyland Medical will contact your insurance company to determine eligibility and coverage. Our billing specialists will then contact you to let your know if pre-authorization is necessary. If pre-authorization is not required, your order will be shipped to you. Upon delivery, Reyland Medical will file a claim with your insurance carrier.
If pre-authorization is required, Reyland Medical will work with your insurance company, your physician and you to secure pre-authorization prior to shipment. Once pre-authorization is received, your product will be shipped. Upon deliver, Reyland Medical will file a claim with your insurance carrier.
If pre-authorization is denied by your insurance carrier, Reyland Medical will contact you immediately to see how you would like to proceed.
Step 4: Your insurance carrier will process your claim and generally reimburse you within 45-90 days.

We accept all these insurance carriers and more:

Thursday, May 28, 2015

HeartStart Home Defibrillator - AED Billed to Your Insurance

Like other pieces of essential safety equipment, the Philips HeartStart Home Defibrillator was designed to be safe, reliable and easy to use. The Philips HeartStart Home Defibrillator is the first and only defibrillator available without a prescription. Designed with you in mind, HeartStart Home is easy to set up and includes automatic Life Guidance features like voice prompts and CPR coaching to help guide you step-by-step through the treatment of sudden cardiac arrest.  Reyland Medical can bill this life saving piece of equipment to your insurance company.  Almost every insurance plan covers this equipment.  Visit us at or call us today to find out how we can help (844) 244-0240
Be prepared for the unexpected.
When sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) strikes, the electrical system of the heart short circuits, causing the heart to quiver rather than pump in a normal rhythm. It typically results in the abnormal heart rhythm know as ventricular fibrillation (VF). It usually happens without warning and the majority of people have no previously recognized symptoms of heart disease. And it most often happens at home. For the best chance of survival from SCA caused by VF, a defibrillator should be used within 5 minutes. Yet, less than 1 in 20 people survive largely because a defibrillator does not arrive in time.
Just as seat belts or airbags do not save every life in a traffic accident, a defibrillator will not save every person who suffers a sudden cardiac arrest. Yet many lives could be saved if more people could be reached more quickly.
HeartStart was designed with you in mind.
That's why we created the HeartStart Home Defibrillator. This award-winning safety equipment has been designed so that virtually anyone can use it to help save the life of a person who suffers a sudden cardiac arrest.
Clear, calm voice instructions talk you through each step. HeartStart senses and adapts the instructions based on your actions. Using sophisticated technology, HeartStart quickly decides whether a shock is necessary. It is designed to only deliver a shock if needed. It will even coach you through the steps of CPR.
Like other essential safety equipment, you buy HeartStart hoping that you never have to use it. Yet in that moment you need it, HeartStart must be ready. It performs comprehensive daily self-tests. You can check its status at a glance. Virtually no maintenance is required.
Who should have a HeartStart?
Anyone who wants a safer home.
Consider the other essential safety equipment you own to protect your loved ones in case of an emergency. Fire extinguishers. Seat belts. Airbags. Now consider the likelihood of needing this equipment.
HeartStart Home Defibrillator Contents:
  • Philips HeartStart Home Defibrillator
  • Red carry case with 911/EMS card
  • Adult SMART Pads cartridge* (lasts 2 years)
  • Battery (lasts 4 years)
  • Training video
Consider these things before your purchase:
  • If you have questions or concerns about your health, or an existing medical condition, please talk with your doctor. A defibrillator does not take the place of seeking medical care.
  • You cannot use the HeartStart to treat yourself.
  • Users may need to perform CPR.
  • Responding to cardiac arrest may require you to kneel.
  • Voice instructions and enclosed materials are in English.
  • HeartStart provides audible and visible indicators when maintenance is required.
Indications for Use: HeartStart is used to treat victims of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) who are not responsive and not breathing normally. If in doubt, apply the pads. The HeartStart treats the most common cause of SCA by delivering a shock to the heart. Use HeartStart and CPR, as needed, until emergency professionals arrive.
If you have concerns about your health or an existing medical condition, please talk to your doctor. A defibrillator is not a replacement for seeking medical care.

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

The Perfect Sleep Chair Lift Chair only $950 Electric Lift Chair Recliner

The MaxiComfort Series Perfect Sleep Chair, Electric Lift Chair Recliner
Always the leaders in lift chair innovation, Golden brings hybrid sizing to lift chairs with the new sizes for the popular Golden Cloud! The new PR-510-SME is a hybrid small/medium size designed for people 5’1” to 5’6”. The original Cloud has a new model number: PR-510-MLA, a hybrid medium/large size designed for people 5’7” to 6’4”.
So if you’re looking for a lift chair to spend most of your day and sleep perfect at night in, or a chair that will rejuvenate you after a long day at work, look no further than the MaxiComfort Cloud – the most comfortable chair we’ve ever built!  The Ultimate Sleep Chair!
  • The most comfortable chair we’ve ever built!
  • Overstuffed, biscuit back design
  • Unique chaise pad design cradles your lower body in comfort
  • Features our patented MaxiComfort Ultimate Recline Technology
  • Features our unique AutoDrive hand control, with three pre-programmed buttons and two programmable memory buttons to save that perfect position!
  • Generously filled, wide armrests for enhanced arm support when sitting or reclining
  • Available in Brisa® fabrics Coffee Bean and Buckskin
  • Model number PR-510-SME recommended for people 5’1” to 5’6”
  • Model number PR510-MLA recommended for people 5’7” to 6’4”
Purchase today at
ModelCloud SME-Small/Medium
Cloud MLA-Medium/Large
Weight Capacity375 lbs.325 lbs.
Overall Width33.5"38"
Overall Height41"45"
Seat to Top of Back29"29"
Width Between Arms18.5"20"
Seat Depth19.5"21.5"
Floor to Top of Seat19"20"
Extension - While Reclined from
Back of Seat to End of Footrest
Floor to Top of Footrest - Reclined23"24.5"
Heat & Massage Option AvailableYesYes
Foot Rest Extension Option AvailableNoNo
Straight Lift Option AvailableNo

Saturday, May 9, 2015

Lightweight Travel Transport Wheelchair only $97 Free Shipping

The Everest & Jennings Transport Chair is designed as an affordable patient transfer device. Its compact size andlighter weight allow a companion to lift and store the chair with ease.
  • Available in Silver Vein Hammertone finish
  • Fold down back makes transport and storage easy
  • Black, padded, Nylon upholstery is flame retardant
  • 17" and 19" seat widths
  • Carry straps on seat allow for ease of lifting and folding
  • Footrests are industry compatible and offer easy tool free adjustment
  • Full length padded arms provide user comfort
  • Weighs 24 lb w/o front rigging
  • Maximum Weight Capacity 250 lb - EVENLY DISTRIBUTED
  • Designed to meet the requirements of Medicare code E1038
Purchase today at
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Monday, January 5, 2015

Lumex Rollator - Only $74.50 FREE Shipping Walkabout Lite Four-Wheel

This Rollator is one of our most popular and most used pieces of equipment.  It provides the safety of a walker with the added features of a seat and brakes making it the perfect companion for mobility.  It is available for purchase at

Product Detail
The Lumex Walkabout Lite Four-Wheel rollator offers a comfortable, lightweight and affordable solution to mobility. Designed with an aluminum frame, this lightweight rollator weighs 14.5 lbs and supports up to a 300 lb weight capacity. The Walkabout folds quickly and easily into a compact unit for storage and transport.

Other features include:
  • Ergonomic hand grips
  • Easy to operate locking and “quick stop” loop brakes (pull up to stop; push down to lock)
  • Padded seat for added comfort
  • Removable padded slightly curved backbar with easy release pull knobs
  • Adjustable handle height to accommodate broad range of user heights
  • 6" wheel for indoor and outdoor use
  • Basket included that can be placed underneath seat or in front for carrying of personal items
  • Designed to meet the requirements of HCPCS codes: E0143 & E1056
  • Includes easy to read, retail-friendly user manual
  • Lifetime Limited Warranty

And now with added rear reflectors that increase visibility at night!


Width Inside Handgrips16"
Overall Width24.5"
Overall Depth27.5"
Seat Width14"
Seat Depth13.5"
Seat Height23"
Caster Diameter6"
Minimum Handle Height32"
Maximum Handle Height37"
Weight Capacity300 lb
Product Weight14.5 lbs
* Rollators are NOT intended to be propelled while seated. Do NOT use this rollator as a wheelchair or transport device.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Rollator Walker or Lightweight Transport Wheelchair??? Why Not Both In 1 Unit!!

People always ask me about Rollator Walkers and my answer is always 'They are great!'  They truly are, they are the best selling piece of medical equipment.  When walking starts to fatigue an individual and they need so extra stability a Rollator Walker solves almost all issues.  When a person walks with the Rollator it gives them a sense of security with their hands gripping on the handles and the wheels gliding smoothing over the terrain.  If the person starts to fatigue they can simple stop, engage the brakes and turn around and have a seat.  Once their strength returns, they are up and walking down the road.  Another reason the Rollator is a great piece of medical equipment is that it comes in a variety of colors, instead of a plain walker with wheels which is grey and looks institutional.   The walker with wheels also lacks a seat so once you are fatigued you still have to make it to the nearest bench or chair.  The only problem with the Rollators are that I am forever seeing people sit in the rollator properly and then someone is behind them using it as a wheelchair!  STOP!!!  That is so dangerous!  It is not meant to be used like that and it will lead to a fall.

So that brings me to the Lightweight Transport Wheelchair?  This is another great piece of equipment, and unlike the Rollator, this actually is made to use to push someone around in.  The Transport wheelchair weighs in at less than 20 pounds making it perfect for anyone who has to lift it to and from their vehicle.  The back of the seat folds down, the leg rests come off and the chair folds almost completely flat.  Only downfall to this product is if someone has the ability to walk but needs a little extra stability, all they can do is ride.  But what if you could have all the advantages to both of these items in one piece of medical equipiment??  Now you can!  The Lumex Hybrid Rollator Transport Wheelchair!

Best of both worlds!  You can walk with it as a rollator walker and when you become fatigued instead of just sitting and waiting you can be pushed SAFELY as it becomes a wheelchair!  This is truely, in my opinion, the best piece of medical equipment for the person who is still able to walk on their own but just needs a little help when fatigued.  When you look at the cost of a rollator $75 and the cost of a lightweight transport wheelchair $125.  The Hybrid Rollator is a steal at $160.   If you have any questions feel free to comment here or email us at or you can always call us at (844) 244-0240.

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Have a blessed day :)

Monday, July 7, 2014

Bad News for Medicare Beneficiaries in Rural Areas!

CMS barrels forward with bidding, bundling

Thursday, July 3, 2014
WASHINGTON – CMS’s plan to expand competitive bidding pricing and implement bundled monthly payments for certain HME is a mixed bag of positives and negatives, industry stakeholders say.
Biggest loser: rural areas
In a July 2 proposed rule, the agency outlines plans to apply competitive bidding prices in non-bid areas by using regional prices limited by a national ceiling (110% of the average of regional prices) and the floor (90% of the average of regional prices).
“Until they calculate the ceiling and the floor, it’s tough to say much about this,” said Kim Brummett, senior director of government affairs for AAHomecare. “But it will be a huge hit in rural areas.”
With 45% cuts, on average, as part of Round 2, the regional prices will likely mean big cuts for providers in rural areas even at 110% of the average of regional prices, stakeholders say. To boot: Providers in rural areas are less likely to see volume increases from the program, due to the demographics of the areas they do business in.
In its comments to an advance notice of proposed rulemaking published in February, AAHomecare argued that pricing for HME in rural areas should receive an add-on, much as it does for home health.
“No rural add-on and average bid rates that were wrong—it just doesn’t add up,” Brummett said.
Stakeholders bristle at the idea of using competitive bidding pricing, in general, for anything going forward.
“We believe the methodology is flawed to begin with and the rates are unsustainable,” said Tom Ryan, president and CEO of AAHomecare.
The agency plans to apply expanded competitive bidding pricing Jan. 1, 2016.
Testing the waters with bundling
CMS also outlines plans to phase in bundled monthly payments for enteral nutrition, oxygen, standard manual and power wheelchairs, hospital beds, CPAP devices and respiratory assist devices furnished in no more than 12 metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs).
“At least it’s a demo,” Brummett said. “The big question: What is the rate going to be?”
The MSAs chosen for the demo would have a general population of at least 250,000 and a Medicare Part B enrollment population of at least 20,000 not already included in Round 1 or 2.
Stakeholders worry what bundled payments will do to patient and quality outcomes, for some products more than others.
“When you’re talking about CPAP, compliance is important, and at the end of the day, you have to make sure you have outcomes,” Ryan said.
The agency plans to implement bundled monthly payments, which would cover equipment, supplies, accessories and any necessary maintenance and repairs, Jan. 1, 2015.
CMS will accept comments on the proposed rule until Sept. 2. It expects the rule to appear in the July 11 Federal Register.

We encourage all of our reads to call the Medicare Complaint hotline at 1-800-404-8702. The hotline is available for anyone who is having any kind of problem as a result of Round 2 or Round 1.  Competitive bidding hurts all medicare beneficiaries please reach out before all your benefits are gone.