In 3 Easy Steps, You Can Get A Quote For PAP Supplies Through Insurance

In 3 Easy Steps, You Can Get A Quote For PAP Supplies Through Insurance

If you have sleep apnea, then you probably have PAP supplies; this could include a CPAP machine, APAP machine, or BiPAP machine, plus its CPAP mask and accessories. These essentials can come with a major price tag though. That’s why Aeroflow Sleep is dedicated to finding you the best deals possible by working with your insurance provider, and that’s not all. Now, you can get a quote before you order!

Today, we'll explore how–in only 7 minutes and 3 easy steps–you can get a quote for PAP supplies through insurance with Aeroflow Sleep.


Who Needs a CPAP Machine?

What's Next After Your Sleep Study?

Get a Quote for PAP Supplies


Aeroflow Sleep is in-network with most primary insurance companies and is accreditted by Medicare and Medicaid. Complete our Qualify Through Insurance Form, and we will automatically check to see if your plan covers CPAP supplies; including a machine, mask, and accessories. ***Must have a sleep study to qualify.***

You will also receive the care and attention every sleep apnea patient deserves; one-on-one clinical support in-home or via telehealth, a dedicated Sleep Specialist you can contact during business hours, and a user-friendly online portal with tailored replacement schedule, important updates and notifications, and educational resources.

Let us take the headache out of healthcare. Join the Aeroflow Sleep family today! It only takes 5-7 minutes to get started.

Who Needs a CPAP Machine?

Before we get too far into getting a quote for PAP supplies through insurance, let’s first ask ourselves: who needs a CPAP machine?

CPAP machines, and their APAP and BiPAP counterparts, are devices used to treat the sleep disorder, sleep apnea. How you can find out if you have sleep apnea is through a sleep study. Generally, this overnight sleep test – performed either in a lab or at home – will tell your doctor if (and how many times) you stop breathing while you’re asleep.

These episodes in which you stop breathing during sleep are called apneas and hypopneas, which are measured on the Apnea-Hypopnea Index. If you have fewer than 5 episodes, you do not have sleep apnea. Anything above that indicates your level of severity, and you will most likely be prescribed CPAP therapy; meaning you will be ordering a CPAP machine.

What's Next After Your Sleep Study?

There are two ways you can go about getting PAP supplies after your sleep study:

1. Order With Insurance

Aeroflow Sleep specializes in working with your insurance provider to get your CPAP machine covered up to 100%. We are in-network with most private health insurance companies; such as...

  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Humana
  • United Healthcare

We also take secondary insurances and are accredited by Medicare and Medicaid.

2. Purchase Out-Of-Pocket

If you don’t have insurance, you can always purchase a CPAP machine out-of-pocket from a local supplier or online. This is also the best option for anyone who wants to bypass the compliance period insurance requires you to meet before you can own your CPAP machine outright.

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Get a Quote for PAP Supplies

When you choose to order from Aeroflow Sleep through insurance, no other DME supplier allows you to see a breakdown of your cost before you order. This is a new feature exclusive to Aeroflow Sleep, because we appreciate that you want to know how much you owe upfront. Plus, there are benefits to obtaining PAP supplies through insurance vs cash.

Here are the 3 easy steps you will take to get a quote for PAP supplies through insurance with Aeroflow Sleep:

1. Ask Your Doctor

Many general health practitioners, physicians, and especially the sleep doctors who performed your sleep test can refer you to a durable medical equipment (DME) supplier; like Aeroflow Sleep. 

2. Fill Out the Qualify Form

Once you reach the online qualify form, we will ask you some standard questions; such as name, date of birth, who your doctor is, and which insurance you have. This information is important in order to determine if you are in-network with Aeroflow Sleep.

3. Create Your Sleep Apnea Profile

The third and final step will automatically present itself after you complete the qualify form: creating your sleep apnea profile. It will ask if you are a current CPAP user, which machine, mask, and accessories you have used in the past, and then…

…that’s all it takes! You will now be presented with a quote for the PAP supplies you requested. Only patients who complete our form and sleep apnea profile with accurate and complete information will be shown this screen.

If you have any questions or concerns, please call Aeroflow Sleep at 1-800-480-5491.

Information provided in blogs should not be used as a substitute for medical care or consultation.

About the Author

With nearly a decade of writing experience, Meagan Remmes leads the creative vision behind Aeroflow Sleep's blog content. She has worked with a wide range of clients in the past; including Mission Hospital, Ingles Markets, Omni Hotels & Resorts, and Advance Auto Parts. Today, her passion is to educate new and existing sleep apnea patients on the benefits of receiving PAP supplies through insurance. You may also find her hanging out with her dog, hiking with her husband, or reading a good book in blissful solitude.

Information provided in blogs should not be used as a substitute for medical care or consultation.