Medical Alerts and Medicaid
If you are looking whether or not medical alerts are covered by medicaid then you have come to the right place. Medicare does not cover the recurring charges of medical alert systems at this time, but in some states, Medicaid does. If you give us a call we would be more than happy to discuss the various options available to you, your patients, and/or your family members.
Oftentimes people don’t realize they have the insurance to cover the recurring charges associated with a medical alert system. Additionally, at Prime Medical Alert, we provide a discounted rate to begin with so you know you aren’t giving away money unnecessarily.
Our prices start at 24.95/month and customers of Prime Medical Alert aren’t bound by any contracts. Also, as a plus, each of our systems comes with a free lockbox. The lockbox holds a spare key and in the event of a dispatch, provides easy access to the first responders.
With Prime, you are able to customize how you’d like any emergency to be dealt with. We keep a predesignated plan of action on file and our monitoring centers are able to follow the plan of action and dispatch appropriately. Generally, our clients want us to call their home phone, their cell phones, and a couple neighbors before dispatching. In the event of there being no answer during an emergency, we dispatch paramedics immediately and notify emergency contacts as well.
Our most basic medical alert system; includes both a bracelet and necklace attachment.
Linear PERS Product Page
A mobile medical alert; speak directly to an operator through the wearable device.
eResponder Product Page
Speak directly through both the bracelet and necklace 24/7 to an EMT certified operator.
LifeSentry Product Page