Patients Sleep apnea
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Posted on 11/16/20 10:52 PM
I have recently been diagnosed with OSA and have been prescribed CPAP. I have a high deductible healthcare plan. If I pay out of pocket the price for a Resmed airsense 10 is $1900 including service or the insurance company wants me to rent one for $238 per month for one year (not sure of the allowed amount set by insurance). Is $1900 a decent price with service? What is normal when paying out of pocket? To rent or to buy?Thanks for any help.
Beginning of the discussion - 11/17/20How do you pay for your CPAP treatment? https://www.carenity.us/forum/sleep-apnea/symptoms-and-complications-of-osteoarthritis/how-do-you-pay-for-your-cpap-treatment-2749
Posted on 11/17/20 9:23 AM
I didnt pay out of pocket. Look into a preowned machine. I had to upgrade to a bipass after a year. Some folks hate these things and quit. I was concerned for my health and stuck w it. Do research online and good luck.
Posted on 11/17/20 7:04 PM
Hi everyone, how are you today? How did you finance your CPAP machine? Did you prefer to buy or rent? Do you think one option is better than another?
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Posted on 11/19/20 3:42 PM
Hi all, my insurance company CIGNA paid for my machine, it’s taking some getting used too.
Posted on 11/22/20 3:30 AM
My insurance covered the majority of my machine, I pay a monthly amount for ten months to rent the machine, after that, I own it.