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Portable Oxygen Concentrator Resource Center

Introducing the Mobi Portable Oxygen Concentrator by ResMed

Posted by Eden Coleman on Oct 15, 2018 3:03:50 AM

 

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Time is Running Out for 2017 FSA and HSA Funds!

Posted by Lisa Burkhart on Nov 1, 2017 7:38:41 AM

It’s hard to believe that fall is here and we’re well on our way to holiday season. It signals that the end of the year is fast approaching and that means that the deadline to spend the funds in your Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and Health Savings Account (HSA) is approaching as well. Many plans rollover until the next year, while some have a, use it or lose it clause. To avoid losing your ability to utilize funds that are rightfully yours, it’s important to find out which kind of plan you have.

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Topics: portable oxygen concentrators, home oxygen concentrators, mobility aids

The Top 4 Pulse Flow Portable Oxygen Concentrators

Posted by Duke on May 18, 2017 12:20:15 PM

Portable oxygen concentrators with pulse flow deliver oxygen intermittently based on your breathing rate. Essentially, every time you inhale the concentrator detects your inhalation it triggers a bolus dose of oxygen to be delivered.

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The Truth About Insurance and Medicare Reimbursement

Posted by Duke on Dec 22, 2016 11:23:11 AM

The #1 Question We Get Asked

The number one question we get asked from patients everywhere is, “Will insurance or Medicare pay for my portable oxygen concentrator?”


In a perfect world, every medical expense you incur would be covered by insurance or Medicare. We would absolutely love to get all of our patients the machine they want with $0 out of pocket. It would benefit everyone in the industry from patients to health care professionals to health care businesses.

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Topics: portable oxygen concentrators, Insurance and Medicare Coverage

The Best Portable Oxygen Concentrators of 2017-2018

Posted by Duke on Dec 9, 2016 8:00:00 AM

This post was updated: 2/28/2018

Well, 2017 has wrapped up and I think we can all agree that it's be one crazy year, even in the oxygen industry... We've seen some groundbreaking technology get released, we've seen a couple of brand new concentrators get released, and that's just the tip of the iceberg when we look forward to 2018.

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How to Compare Portable Oxygen Concentrators Like an Expert

Posted by Duke on Nov 16, 2016 12:27:31 PM

When the time comes for you  to purchase a portable oxygen concentrator you will be provided with a number of different models to choose from.

 

This normally wouldn’t be an issue when you have a store you can physically visit to look at each make and model, but when the majority of oxygen concentrator distributors don’t have a showroom you have to research your purchase and make a decision without seeing the product first.

 

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Don't Be Intimidated by the Size of Continuous Flow Portable Oxygen Concentrators

Posted by Lisa Burkhart on Sep 14, 2016 11:00:00 AM

With the advent of the portable oxygen concentrator, oxygen users were given the freedom to travel and enjoy more independent lives. Some concentrators are as small as 2 pounds and can be carried on a belt loop or in an over-the-shoulder bag.

 

After being chained to a heavy, cumbersome tank, concentrators such as the Inogen One G4 feel light as a feather. Some concentrators, such as the Inogen One G3 or Activox 4L are slightly larger but still weigh in the 5 pound range, even with extended life batteries attached. These sleek units are inconspicuous and easy to carry either with a shoulder strap or in available backpacks. These concentrators are perfect for those on a pulse flow up to 4.

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New Product Announcement: The Inogen One G4

Posted by Duke on Aug 19, 2016 4:06:02 PM

This post was updated 8/22/16 to add more information and announce the Inogen One G4 is on sale!

Inogen is hands down one of the leading innovators in the oxygen industry. They sparked an oxygen therapy revolution with their first portable concentrator, the Inogen One and haven't looked back since. 

Chances are, you have probably seen or heard of the Inogen One line of portable oxygen concentrators. Whether it's the Inogen One, the Inogen One G2, or the Inogen One G3 they are easily the most popular line of portable oxygen concentrators on the market and for a good reason. Inogen has cemented their spot in the industry as having the most durable and reliable units you can buy. 

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Topics: portable oxygen concentrators, Inogen, Inogen One G4

Respironics SimplyGo Mini Portable Oxygen Concentrator Overview

Posted by Duke on Dec 1, 2015 10:19:02 AM

Respironics, one of the leading manufacturers of oxygen concentrators, is at it again! This time with their brand new, 5 pound portable oxygen concentrator the Respironics SimplyGo Mini. As the latest innovation from Respironics, the SimplyGo Mini has been turning heads since it was debuted at Medtrade in the spring. In fact, it won best new portable oxygen concentrator at the HME 2015 conference this past October.

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Topics: portable oxygen concentrators, Respironics

Portable Oxygen Needs On the Rise but HME Industry Is Declining

Posted by Duke on Jul 28, 2014 3:30:00 PM

As of right now, the need for supplemental oxygen is on the rise and has never been greater. Over the past 9 years, portable oxygen concentrators have been evolving from being expensive, big, bulky, and unreliable machines to extremely lightweight, compact, more economic and far more reliable medical devices. With the powerful uptrend portable oxygen concentrators have gained, it's a wonder why more HME companies do not carry them. As for the HME companies that do carry portable oxygen concentrators, they tend to have a minimal amount in-stock, use them only for rentals, or have old outdated machines. With HME companies having limited supplies and portables costing patients as much as $4,000 out of pocket, it's not that easy for patients to obtain one.

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Topics: portable oxygen concentrators, portable oxygen

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