If you have Medicare and think you would benefit from a lift chair recliner, there is important information you should know! Get answers to your lift chair recliner Medicare questions.
The motorized lift mechanism of the lift chair or seat-lift chair is a Medicare-covered item. If you qualify, Medicare may cover up to 80 percent of the approved amount for the seat lift mechanism. You would be responsible for any co-pay or deductible, as well as the additional cost of the furniture portion of the lift chair.
Schedule a face-to-face examination with your doctor or other treating physician. You must obtain a prescription for the seat lift mechanism from your doctor before Medicare helps pay for a lift chair.
To qualify for the seat lift mechanism under Medicare, review the following lift chairs recliners Medicare stipulations:
You may still qualify if the doctor determines your condition has improved and you can now walk, even if it’s with a cane or walker.
Once your provider obtains the appropriate medical information from your doctor, you will work with your provider to select a lift chair. Click to learn how to choose your next power lift chair. Upon obtaining your lift chair, your Medicare provider will submit the lift chair recliner Medicare claim for you.
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