With Medicare statistics suggesting spending on home medical equipment—bath seats, lightweight wheelchairs, walkers and scooters and so on—rising at twice the rate of health care costs in general, many Americans may be glad to learn about a new site that can help them select the best products for their needs and budget. The site’s founders have done the research to help make decisions faster and easier.
Here’s how it works: First, thousands of physicians are surveyed to find out what medical equipment was most effective, given various medical conditions. Next, customer reviews on medical equipment websites are data mined in categories the physicians thought most useful. Then up to the 10 highest-rated pieces of equipment in 60 product categories are offered.
As a result, the site narrows the selection to only the highest-rated models so home medical equipment users and caregivers know they are getting “field-tested,” customer-approved devices.
The useful website, www.10bestmedical.com, also provides advice about factors to consider when selecting products for the top 10 medical conditions, including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, arthritis, multiple sclerosis and diabetic neuropathy.
To learn more or buy medical equipment, visit www.10bestmedical.com.
North American Precis Syndicate