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Will Medicare and my insurance company pay for 100% of my Hoveround power chair?
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The cost of your power chair may vary based on your insurance coverage. However, 9 out of 10 customers received their Hoveround for little or no cost.1 If you meet the criteria, Medicare will pay 80% of the cost of your Hoveround and if you have met your deductibles, your supplemental insurance may cover the remaining 20% of the cost.

Please note that as of January 2011, the Medicare benefit has changed to a 13-month rental, with ownership transferred to the beneficiary once payment has been paid in full through Medicare and any beneficiary co-pays or deductibles.

1 Insurance coverage depends on medical necessity which is determined by your insurer. A valid doctor's prescription is required.

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