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Now accepting Medicare

There’s great news.

Aria Health is now accepting Medicare.

We’re excited to share this important announcement because we know the crucial role insurance coverage plays in providing more people access to life-changing therapy. And now, a simpler, friendlier approach to therapy is within reach.

Aria Health is now a Medicare-certified provider. That means our Aria Free™ pneumatic compression pump is covered by Medicare for eligible beneficiaries.

It’s a big deal! While the use of pneumatic compression pumps for the management of lymphedema has been covered by Medicare for decades, the fact remains that so many of these devices are cumbersome and their use can feel isolating. Aria Free is small, light, portable, and easy to use, offering people a new kind of freedom in their daily lives.

The Aria Free™ system.

What’s important to know is that Medicare has requirements for determining eligibility. In addition to a diagnosis of lymphedema or chronic venous insufficiency with venous static ulcers, there must also be clinical documentation from the healthcare provider that the patient meets the requirements of medical necessity.
Using your insurance to cover Aria Free is simple and straightforward:

1. Submit an online insurance form. Aria Health will verify your coverage details.

2. Let us contact your healthcare provider. We’ll verify medical necessity as required by Medicare.

3. If you’re eligible, Aria Free will be on its way to you with free, contactless delivery.

As always, we think you’ll love the Aria Free system, but if you don’t, you can return it to us within 30 days—for free.

Aria Free is intended for use by medical professionals and patients at home for the treatment of lymphedema, chronic edema, venous insufficiency, and wound healing. The system is for single-patient use and is only intended for adult patients (over 18 years). A prescription is required.

The information provided in this article is for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor or another health care provider if you have any questions about a medical condition or treatment, and do not disregard your doctor’s advice because of any information provided on this site. If you think you may have a medical emergency, immediately contact your doctor or call 911.

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