We make this as simple as possible by providing you
all the important information. After you fill out our intake form and provide us
with your information we get the ball rolling by verifying your insurance and
contacting your physician. After all is verified we'll will follow up with you and ship the products you requested right to your door.
Any information provided is encrypted and secure!
OnlineMedSupplies.com, A Division of Centreville Medical Arts DME has developed
for the benefit of each user of this website to demonstrate our serious
commitment to protecting your privacy.
You may also contact your Personal Patient
Advocate and provide the required information via phone or
fill out our short
and we'll contact you. Our Personal Patient Advocates are available from Monday
through Friday 9:00am to 6:00pm, EST.
Please call us TOLL Free
Medicare / Insurance Inquiry
Both Medicare as well as
Insurance Providers require the following information. By providing this
information you help shorten the process of verifying your benefits and
completing the purchase. Please be advised that providing this
information does not obligate you to purchase any products. Once we have
verified your information we will contact you so that you can make a
decision. If you have any questions regarding
We will contact your physician and will
need to obtain a copy of the progress notes from the last three
office visits to your physician that pertained to the condition that the
product will treat.
*Generally, you pay 20% of the Medicare-approved
amount after you pay your Medicare Part B deductible for the year ($162 in
2011). Medicare pays the other 80%. The Medicare-approved amount is the lower of
the actual charge for the item or the fee Medicare sets for the item. However,
the amount you pay may vary because Medicare pays for different kinds of durable
medical equipment in different ways. You may be able to rent or buy the
Please provide your
Medicare LCD (Local
Coverage Determination) Information
"For chronic pain, the medical record must
document the location of the pain, the duration of time
the patient has had the pain, and the presumed etiology of the pain. The pain
must have been present for at least three months. Other appropriate
treatment modalities must have been tried and failed, and the medical
record must document what treatment modalities have been used. The presumed
etiology of the pain must be a type that is accepted as responding to TENS
therapy. Examples of conditions for which a TENS unit are not considered to be
medically necessary are (not all-inclusive): headache, visceral abdominal pain,
pelvic pain, and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pain."
The LCD is the official Medicare Jurisdiction C