Aeroflow Healthcare Announces Four New Insurance Contracts, Sees Growth Nationwide

Aeroflow Healthcare, a durable medical equipment (DME) company focused patient care and distribution of quality health improvement products, announced that it has signed four new insurance contracts in the past month alone.

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Aeroflow is now in-network with a total of 24 state Medicaid plans, in addition to hundreds of other insurances.

Asheville, NC (PRWEB) February 28, 2014

Aeroflow Healthcare, a durable medical equipment (DME) company focused patient care and distribution of quality health improvement products, announced that it has signed four new insurance contracts in the past month alone.

Aeroflow Healthcare’s new contracts are with:

  •     Cypress Care
  •     Arbor Health
  •     Indiana University
  •     NJ Medicaid

These partnerships are key indicators of growth for Aeroflow Healthcare, which is impressive in light of recent reimbursement cuts, competitive bidding programs and increased audits. "This is a challenging time as providers are anticipated to have to close their doors," says Ryan Bullock, Aeroflow Healthcare Director of Sales & Marketing. "The patients once serviced by those providers are going to need to find providers who is in network with their insurance. The additional contracts will position Aeroflow to ensure these patients are still serviced."

With these additional agreements, Aeroflow is now in-network with a total of 24 state Medicaid plans, in addition to hundreds of other insurances. Among Aeroflow’s other insurance contracts are various United Healthcare, Blue Cross Blue Shield and Medicaid state plans, with a strong concentration in Southeast states (North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Virginia, West Virginia).

These insurance contracts and existing contracts allow Aeroflow to assist patients in obtaining medical equipment such as power wheelchairs and scooters, sleep tests and CPAP supplies, home oxygen and respiratory care, breastpumps and more. Aeroflow Healthcare works with both patients and Hospitals and Physicians to assist patients in home medical equipment needs. Aeroflow’s goal in partnering with these insurances is to continue company growth serve patients nationwide.

Aeroflow is an accredited Medicare and Medicaid provider and accepts most commercial insurances. Their qualified staff offers years of experience in helping patients receive medical equipment through insurance. Aeroflow is also the parent company of FetchRx Pet Pharmacy and CheapCPAPSupplies.com. For more information, visit http://www.aeroflowinc.com or call (888)-345-1780.


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