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Merits Vision Sport

  •  Weight capacity: 300lbs

  •  True mid wheel Drive: 20.6" turning Radius

  •  Stable base: can absorb up to 250lbs on footplate without tipping forwarded

  •  P326D offers 7.5" Seat Elevation operates at 1/2 speed when elevated

  •  Rugged independent suspension

  •  Semi-reclining back: 135 Degrees

  •  7 Additional Color Options

  •  Dual in-line motors for enhanced efficiency, torque, range and performance

  •  Optional accessories: oxygen tank holder, cane & crutch holder, walker holder, foldable rear basket, canopy and variety of color fenders, swing away joystick, height adjustable armsrest

Want a portable option?

Literider Envy- Portable – Rear Wheel Drive

The world’s lightest, most transportable and maneuverable power chair is the Golden LiteRider Envy GP162! Now available in limited colors Envy Green, Satin Silver, Solar Flare Orange and Sunburst Yellow, as well as our standard Paradise Blue and Cherry Red.

Designed with the end-user and their caregivers in mind, the LiteRider Envy can be disassembled in just seconds to easily fit in the trunk of virtually any car.

The heaviest piece weighs only 35 lbs to easily be lifted into the back of a vehicle. The LiteRider Envy offers a comfortable ride all day long, with a stadium-style seat and a generous footplate, plus bigger 22 amp hour batteries so you can go further than ever before!

When you’re looking for a compact power chair that’s easy to transport and fun to drive, look no further than the Golden LiteRider Envy! Come in for a test drive!

Come test drive the "JAZZYAIr"

Elevate your inspiring journey at the touch of a button. The way you move through life shouldn’t be limited by a power chair. The future of mobility is here, and the choice is yours. The Jazzy Air® elevates to the primary standing height position in just 16 seconds, providing quick environmental access to countertops, table tops, cabinetry and shelving. In addition, the Jazzy Air safely drives at speeds up to 3.5 mph while elevated, allowing users to experience face-to-face social engagement. Whether at home, or on the town, the unique appeal of Jazzy Air will elevate your independence and social confidence in style. Jazzy Air empowers!

  • Elevates or lowers on the move with the touch of the "Air" button; stationary height adjustment via the PG VR 2 joystick drive controller

  • 10" of power adjustable seat height in 16 seconds

  • Maximum speed up to 3.5 MPH (elevated) and 4 MPH (non-elevated)

  • Mid-Wheel 6® Drive Design with Active-Trac® Suspension for enhanced performance and maximum stability both indoors and out

  • 16" x 16"-18" depth-adjustable high-back reclining sport seat

  • Choice of 18”x18”-20”, 20”x20”-22” depth-adjustable, fold-flat, high-back reclining sport seat

  • Choice of 16”x16”-18”, 18”x18”-20”, 20”x20”-22” Solid Seat Pan, depth-adjustable, fold-flat, high-back reclining seat

  • Angle, height and depth adjustable armrests

  • Integrated seat and foot plate design with 3-position height and angle adjustment

  • Bright LED marker lights

  • A per charge range up to 18.4 miles

  • 60" lap belt

DO YOU QUALIFY FOR MEDICARE/INSURANCE REIMBURSEMENT?
 

MOTORIZED WHEELCHAIR ORDER PROCESS

 

STEP 1 - SCHEDULE A FACE-TO-FACE OFFICE VISIT WITH THE ORDERING PHYSICIAN- REFERENCE GUIDE / Ordering Physician Letter
STEP 2 - ORDERING PHYSICIAN COMPLETES THE STANDARD WRITTEN ORDER (SWO)
STEP 3 - FAX THE SWO AND THE CHART NOTES FROM F
ACE-TO-FACE MOBILITY EXAM TO 704-821-7777


ONCE WE RECEIVE THE DOCUMENTATION ABOVE WE WILL SUBMIT TO MEDICARE/INSURANCE COMPANY FOR PRIOR AUTHORIZATION.  WE NORMALLY HEAR BACK FROM MEDICARE WITHIN 10-14 BUSINESS DAYS WITH A DECISION. 

Information for Prescribing Motorized Wheelchairs/Powerchairs - Determining your Patients' Mobility Needs

Once you've determined from the face-to-face mobility evaluation that your patient's mobility needs would best be served with a motorized wheelchair, you'll need to provide the following documentation within 45 days of your face-to-face mobility evaluation:

  • Standard Written Order (SWO) for a motorized wheelchair

  • Chart notes from the face-to-face evaluation that details the patient's medical necessity (see detailed qualifications in reference guide)

The Standard Written Order (SWO) must include:

  • Order Date

  • Beneficiary's (patient's) name

  • Beneficiary's Date of Birth

  • Detailed description of item that is ordered

  • Pertinent diagnosis/conditions that relate to the need for a power wheelchair

  • Quantity of item being ordered 

  • Length of time the patient will need the device

  • Physician's signature

  • Date of physician's signature

 
The face-to-face examination report must address the following:

  • Patient's mobility limitation and how it interferes with the performance of activities of daily living

  • Why can't a cane or walker meet this patient's mobility needs in the home?

  • Why can't a manual wheelchair meet this patient's mobility needs in the home?

  • Why can't a mobility scooter meet this patient's mobility needs in the home?

  • Does this patient have the physical and mental abilities to operate a power wheelchair safely in the home?

  • Is the patient willing and motivated to use a power wheelchair?



The report shall provide pertinent information about the following elements, but may include other details.

  • Symptoms & related diagnoses

  • How long the condition has been present

  • History & clinical progression

  • Interventions (including medications) that have been tried and the results

  • Past use of walker, manual wheelchair, power wheelchair or mobility scooter and the results

  • Physical exam & weight

  • Impairment of strength, range of motion, sensation or coordination of arms and legs

  • Presence of abnormal tone, deformity of arms, legs or trunk

  • Neck, trunk, and pelvic posture and flexibility

  • Sitting and standing balance

  • Functional assessment - problems performing the following activities including the need to use a cane, walker or aid of another person:

    • Transferring between a bed or chair and power mobility product

    • Walking to & from bathroom, kitchen, living room, etc.

    • Distance patient is able to walk without stopping; speed, and balance

The elements that are addressed will depend on the diagnoses that are responsible for the mobility deficit. For example, for patients with COPD, heart failure or arthritis, the major emphasis will be on symptoms and history of the progression of their condition rather than on the physical examination.

Functional Assessment
Physicians shall also provide reports of pertinent laboratory tests, x-rays, and/or other diagnostic tests (e.g., pulmonary function tests, cardiac stress test, electromyogram, etc.) performed in the course of management of the patient. Although patients who qualify for coverage of a power chair may use that device outside the home, because Medicare's coverage of a wheelchair is determined solely by the patient's mobility needs within the home, the examination must clearly distinguish the patient's abilities and needs within the home from any additional needs for use outside the home. Physicians shall document the evaluation in a detailed narrative note in their charts in the format that they use for other entries. The note must clearly indicate that a major reason for the visit was a mobility evaluation.
 


***Physicians will be provided an additional payment, using code G0454, for signing/co-signing the face-to-face encounter of the PA/NP/CNS. The physician should not bill the G code when he/she conducts the face-to-face encounter. Note that the G code may only be paid to the physician one time per beneficiary per encounter, regardless of the number of covered items documented in the face-to-face encounter.