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Phoenix, AZ

Serving the greater
metropolitan area including:
Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, Mesa, Peoria, Scottsdale and Tempe.
Electroease Phoenix
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We welcome you into the family of ElectroEase.  We are a Family Owned and Operated CompanySince 1964, with an “A+” Rating with the Better Business Bureau and Joint Commission Medical Accreditation;  and we have earned the title as the most respected name in Electric Home Care Equipment.  Our Mission is to offer you the Highest Quality Electric Home Care Equipment, which is based upon finding the FACTORS that will lead to your 100% satisfaction.

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LL-570
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LL-770S
Infinite-Position, Sleep Recline
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LL-770S
 
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  • Weight Capacity: 375 lbs.
  • User Height Range: 5'4" & Below
  • Seat to Floor: 19"
  • Seat Depth: 19.5"
  • Seat Width: 19"
  • Top of Back to Seat: 24"
  • Back Style: Sewn Pillow Back
  • Fully Padded Chaise: Yes
  • Recline Positions: Infinite-Position
  • Heat & Massage Option: Yes
  • Distance From Wall: 28"
  • Overall Chair Width: N/A"
  • Chair Weight: 129 lbs.

LiftChairs Medicare Coverage

Noridian Medicare LiftChairs

CMS National Coverage Policy
CMS Pub. 100-3, Medicare National Coverage Determinations Manual, Chapter 1, Section 280.4

 
Indications and Limitations of Coverage and/or Medical Necessity
 
For the items addressed in this medical policy, the criteria for "reasonable and necessary" are defined by the following indications and limitations of coverage and/or medical necessity.For any item to be covered by Medicare, it must 1) be eligible for a defined Medicare benefit category, 2) be reasonable and necessary for the diagnosis or treatment of illness or injury or to improve the functioning of a malformed body member, and 3) meet all other applicable Medicare statutory and regulatory requirements. For the items addressed in this local coverage determination, the criteria for "reasonable and necessary", based on Social Security Act § 1862(a)(1)(A) provisions, are defined by the following indications and limitations of coverage and/or medical necessity

For an item addressed in this policy to be covered by Medicare, a written signed and dated order must be received by the supplier prior to delivery of the item. If the supplier delivers the item prior to receipt of a written order, it will be denied as noncovered. If the written order is not obtained prior to delivery, payment will not be made for that item even if a written order is subsequently obtained. If a similar item is subsequently provided by an unrelated supplier who has obtained a written order prior to delivery, it will be eligible for coverage.

A seat lift mechanism is covered if all of the following criteria are met:
  1. The patient must have severe arthritis of the hip or knee or have a severe neuromuscular disease.
     
  2. The seat lift mechanism must be a part of the physician's course of treatment and be prescribed to effect improvement, or arrest or retard deterioration in the patient's condition.
     
  3. The patient must be completely incapable of standing up from a regular armchair or any chair in their home. (The fact that a patient has difficulty or is even incapable of getting up from a chair, particularly a low chair, is not sufficient justification for a seat lift mechanism. Almost all patients who are capable of ambulating can get out of an ordinary chair if the seat height is appropriate and the chair has arms.)
  4. Once standing, the patient must have the ability to ambulate.


Coverage of seat lift mechanisms is limited to those types which operate smoothly, can be controlled by the patient, and effectively assist a patient in standing up and sitting down without other assistance. Excluded from coverage is the type of lift which operates by spring release mechanism with a sudden, catapult-like motion and jolts the patient from a seated to a standing position.

The physician ordering the seat lift mechanism must be the treating physician or a consulting physician for the disease or condition resulting in the need for a seat lift. The physician's record must document that all appropriate therapeutic modalities (e.g., medication, physical therapy) have been tried and failed to enable the patient to transfer from a chair to a standing position.

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