Medicare Reimbursement Information
Medicare Claim for Lift Chair
Medicare Lift Chairs
We do not file Medicare claims for Lift Chairs purchased on our website. If you wish to pursue Medicare reimbursement for a Lift chair please visit a local supplier that bills Medicare. Medicare may reimburse a partial payment of approximately $280 for a Lift Chair if the patient qualifies. Secondary insurance may reimburse another $50.
To qualify for reimbursement the patient must meet the following criteria.
Criteria for seat lift chair reimbursement:
- Does patient have severe arthritis of the hip or knees?
- Does patient have a severe neuromuscular disease?
- Is the seat lift mechanism a part of the physician's course of treatment and is being prescribed to effect improvement, or arrest or retard deterioration in the patient's condition?
- Is patient completely incapable of standing up from a regular armchair or any chair in their home?
- Once standing does the patient have the ability to ambulate?
The above questions must be answered as follows:
1 or 2 must be answered YES
3,4,5 must be answered YES
A physician's detail written order must be on file. The order must contain the following information:
- Patients full name
- Description of item (Name of lift chair).
- Length of need
- Start date
- Physician's Signature and date
Lift Chairs - See these links:
Download the Medicare CMN Form for Seat Lift Mechanism.
Find more Medicare information for Lift Chairs in Medicare FAQ
General information for all Medicare Claims
See our Lift Chair Catalog
For information on how Lift Chairs work see
lift chair description.
Lift Chairs are the perfect solution for people needing help getting up from an ordinary chair, or have difficulty bending to sit down. A Lift Chair will lift the user all the way to a standing position or stopped anywhere during the lifting process. These recliners do all the work without hand-levers. All positions are controlled with a hand pendant.