Which means you are, too. ⠀
ManukaMed has confirmed our patent protected dressings containing the substrate super absorbent fiber with manuka honey is Medicare approved for the entire HD SuperLite line (2x2’, 4x5” rope and wrap sizes) as well as MedSaf (4x5” and wrap) sizes.⠀
We are pleased to see patients with large area surface wounds such as those with circumferential venous leg ulcers can now receive SuperLite wrap or MedSaf wrap dressing to help control the moderate to heavy levels of exudate common with these chronic wounds. The coding allows for up to 30 dressings per wound per month so they can be changed daily as may be required.⠀
We are also thankful to have so many 3rd party billing partners now on board with ManukaMed and this means having access to them through your wound center can allow you to receive your dressings direct to your home. If you have Medicare Part B and supplemental Part B coverage this would mean a $0 co-pay and that you would get these dressing for free.⠀
We accept most major insurances and private pay options are available.
If you do not see your insurance carrier above, please call us at 1-888-771-0401 to verify your benefits with an admissions specialist.
About last night.... We were off to celebrate Tom's birthday by going to a bowling alley when a car decided to stop in the middle of an intersection to get their missed turn across two lanes. The car in front of us was able to go around them but we had to slow down and as we realized what was happening a northern lights tour bus hit us from behind. Everyone is fine, just some muscle soreness, but my immediate thought was, I DON'T HAVE HEALTH INSURANCE! Luckily we were able to go to an after hours clinic(which was so efficient, public health in me nerded out) just to get checked and get documentation in our medical records. The cost with a prescription was around $150 without insurance. But in the US I don't know if I would have gone to get checked out without health insurance. This was completely out of our control and couldn't have predicted it. Things people don't think about when they say health insurance isn't a human right.
On a lighter note, I was very amused that one of the prescriptions given was go to the pools. So #icelandic.
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I have planned 2019 as a year of massive personal growth. In the month of January I did a daily miracle morning where I spent the first 15 minutes of my morning on me and a series of activities (exercise, goals, visualization), before I’m ever allowed to grab my phone. I’m going to keep that up for the year and add new habits each month. In February I’m going to add gratitude so I’m going to list 3 things I’m grateful for each day. And to hold me accountable I’m going to post here:
1) as the medical bills from January roll in, I’m grateful for a second stream of income to cover these bumps in the road
2) I’m grateful for health insurance as we blow through our deductible in the first month of the year and won’t see a bill after that!
3) I’m grateful for our access to great medical care. #billsbillsbills#healthinsurance#extraincome#blessed
Very excited to crack into this from! I’ve been listening and watching certain content from certain people for a couple years now. One person I’m glad I have recently discovered is @realcraigballantyne.
I’ve been a consistent person with @grantcardone, @andyfrisella, @bedroskeuilian, and @edmylett and each have different styles and skill sets.
Hearing that he’s “the world’s most disciplined man” really perked up my ears. Discipline is critical. When I learned about all of the high level people he’s coached and mentored through his system, I had to dive in. 📚📚📚
Can you turn it around? Flip the switch and reverse it? Turn the negative into a positive? Because I have a life threatening I can ________ (do more than I ever imagined ). This week’s theme for #riseabovet1d is about managing diabetes triggered anxiety and overwhelm. The fact is that living with diabetes is stressful. The truth is that it takes consistent daily practice to let go of accumulated stress from diabetes throwing you a curve ball every day in some way. Every thought you have influences your nervous system and how you see your reality. The awesome thing is that you can choose in every moment how you are gonna respond. the challenge is how. The concepts stay concepts until you put them into practice. Move into stillness. Move into stillness. Move into stillness there is the 🔥 of your power 🙌🏽
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HAHA! That would make choosing Insurance so much more fun!! 😂😂