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Are prescriptions required to purchase a new machine?

Yes, for any type of CPAP machines. Provincial regulations require we have a valid prescription on file before we set up your machine.  Please visit your provincial website to find out more about regulations. Ontario - http://www.health.gov.on.ca/en/public/programs/adp/ Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Assistive Devices Program 7th Floor, 5700 Yonge Street Toronto, ON M2M 4K5 Toronto 416-327-8804 Toll-free 1-800-268-6021 TDD/TTY 416-327-4282 TDD/TTY 1-800-387-5559 Fax 416-327-8192 e-mail: [email protected]   The most important thing you need to know is you have a choice where you get your next machine.  You can always ask for your prescription and be set up by who you like.  We would be happy to help you with your machine set up, we provide in home set ups or meet you at your work free of charge.

By |2013-08-25T22:08:07+00:00August 25th, 2013|CPAP Learning Center|0 Comments

How does insurance billing work?

CPAP machines blow air at a pressure high enough to keep your airway open during sleep. Modern machines offer therapy tracking software, off grid power options and heated humidification. Machine type is determined by the complexity level of the machines air delivery algorithm. CPAP machines blow one pressure no matter what, APAP machines adjust in a breath by breath basis to your ideal pressure and BiPAP machines blow one inhale and one exhale pressure.

By |2013-06-26T13:11:26+00:00June 26th, 2013|CPAP Learning Center|0 Comments

Will my old Rx work for purchasing?

CPAP machines blow air at a pressure high enough to keep your airway open during sleep. Modern machines offer therapy tracking software, off grid power options and heated humidification. Machine type is determined by the complexity level of the machines air delivery algorithm. CPAP machines blow one pressure no matter what, APAP machines adjust in a breath by breath basis to your ideal pressure and BiPAP machines blow one inhale and one exhale pressure.

By |2013-06-26T13:10:41+00:00June 26th, 2013|CPAP Learning Center|0 Comments

How do I adjust to CPAP?

Sleep Apnea 101: New User Basics If you suspect you may have Sleep Apnea, speak with your general care physician. Your doctor can refer you to a Sleep Lab for a Sleep Study. Based on your Sleep Study results, your doctor may diagnose you with Sleep Apnea and prescribe your sleep therapy. As a patient, realize you have a right to a copy of both your prescription and your sleep study. You have the choice to use your insurance coverage to get equipment or to pay cash through an internet retailer. Often times, internet retailers offer more choice and better pricing than local dealers. cpapsupply.ca offers user reviews, return insurance and many other benefits local distributors are unable to offer.

By |2013-06-26T13:09:32+00:00June 26th, 2013|CPAP Learning Center|0 Comments

How do I know which machine to get?

CPAP Machines Overview CPAP machines blow air at a pressure high enough to keep your airway open during sleep. Modern machines offer therapy tracking software, off grid power options and heated humidification. Machine type is determined by the complexity level of the machines air delivery algorithm. CPAP machines blow one pressure no matter what, APAP machines adjust in a breath by breath basis to your ideal pressure and BiPAP machines blow one inhale and one exhale pressure.

By |2013-06-26T13:08:20+00:00June 26th, 2013|CPAP Learning Center|0 Comments