Durable Medical Equipment (DME) Providers
Attention to detail through the entire process of offering Durable Medical Equipment Prosthetics & Orthotics Supplies (“DMEPOS”) to Medicare beneficiaries is of the utmost importance. Incorrectly filling out the state licensure application or Medicare Part B Enrollment Application can result in delays in processing your application, and could ultimately result in the denial of your application. Intentionally providing false or misleading information any enrollment application can subject the applicant to a variety of civil and/or criminal penalties. Additionally, depending on the specifics pertaining to your practice setting and services being offered, there may be a variety of other Federal and State regulations that may have to be considered (Stark, Anti-Kickback, etc.).
How we Help
Whether its navigating increasingly complex regulations to become a new provider, assisting with competitive bidding, or fighting licensure or audit activity in an existing DME business, The Florida Healthcare Law Firm is uniquely positioned to help your DME business with all of its regulatory and operational needs.
DME Business licensing in Florida has many components that can be DIY with the right support. Find forms via the Agency For Healthcare Administration’s Website under their Health Quality Assurance Licensure Forms tab located here:
Always stay up-to-date with DMEPOS provider tips with our YouTube channel. Florida Healthcare Law Firm attorneys provide real-time updates and webinars on what to do when you’re a DMEPOS business owner, or if you’re looking to purchase one. View the DMEPOS video library.