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Insurance Information

Medical device prices can be confusing. Two people may pay different prices for the same device, depending on their insurance situation.

The information below will give you a good idea of what to expect based on your insurance situation and support that may be available to you.
For the most accurate information, it is best to talk to your insurance provider who knows the details of your plan.

Insurance Type

Coverage for Flyp Nebulizer will depend on your insurance plan. Plans have varying policies for Durable Medical Equipment (DME) coverage, out-of-pocket amounts, and annual deductibles.

Call your insurer and discuss coverage for portable nebulizers. If asked, the HCPCS is E0574. Remember, we do not bill insurance plans directly so you’ll want to be reimbursed after your purchase.

A Letter of Medical Necessity from your doctor may help. Here’s a form to make that simple: Letter of Medical Necessity.

Medicare will pay for medical equipment and supplies only if a supplier has a Medicare supplier number. We do not have a Medicare supplier number. Medicare will not pay for any medical equipment and supplies we sell or rent to you. You will be personally and fully responsible for payment.

To help understand more about nebulizer coverage under Medicare please visit

Medicaid policies vary on a state-by-state basis.

Please visit this site for more information on your state’s plan(s)

What about HSA and FSA?

Flyp Nebulizer is HSA/FSA approved. You might need to submit a detailed invoice for your purchase. If asked, just email us at and we’ll be happy to assist. The fine line code (FLC) is 9275.

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