As a nationally accredited medical equipment supplier, Red Rock works closely with an assortment of health insurance plans including traditional Medicare, Utah State Medicaid programs, and private insurance companies. The experienced professionals at Red Rock Medical Supply have over 20 years’ experience in the medical industry and will answer all of your durable medical equipment and supply questions.
If your Insurance is not listed, please call us to verify benefits at 801.886.9700 Monday – Friday from 8:30am – 5pm.
Medicare (Part B)
AARP Medicare Complete
Med Advantage (BCBS)
Molina Medicare Advantage
UT State Medicaid (Except 02 & Apeana Monitors)
New Choice Waiver
Salt Lake, Davis, and Weber County Aging Services
Other Insurance Contracts
Blue Cross Blue Shield
TriWest Health System
University of Utah Health Plans
Frequently Asked Insurance Questions
What equipment and supplies does Medicare Part B cover?
Durable medical equipment, such as hospital beds and wheelchairs, are covered if you meet the coverage criteria, if they are considered medically necessary, and if you have a doctor’s prescription. The equipment professionals at Red Rock Medical Supply are here to help you understand coverage. The following medical equipment may be covered depending on your policy coverage.
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- manual wheelchairs**
- nebulizers **
- walkers, rollators, canes, crutches
- scooters (POV’s)
- mattress over-lays **
- hospital beds, semi-electric type only**
- patient lifts**
- seat-lift mechanisms for lift-chairs
- CPAP & BiPAP therapy
** These items are capped rental items, meaning that Medicare will pay for the rental of the equipment for up to 13 continuous months of use with the exception of oxygen equipment, which rents for 36 months. After Medicare has paid for 13 months of continuous use on capped rental equipment, Red Rock will transfer the title to the qualifying Medicare patient and they will then own then own the item.
How do I obtain Medicare coverage for the durable medical equipment I need?
Your physician must write a Dispensing Order and send it to Red Rock Medical Supply along with supporting documentation to show that it is medically necessary.
Is covered equipment for use only in a house or home?
Durable medical equipment is available for your home, the home of a family member or friend if you are staying there, or an assisted living facility, a group home or other similar environment. Hospitals and skilled nursing facilities are not considered a home and therefore equipment is not available for those locations through Medicare.
What portion of the cost of equipment am I responsible for?
Once your deductible is reached, you are responsible for paying any co-payment amount associated with your plan, if it is not covered through supplemental insurance.