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DME Success

Discussion in 'USA' started by Marcia72759, Feb 2, 2005.

  1. Marcia72759

    Marcia72759 Welcome New Poster


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    We are considering "pumping up" our current diabetic shoe wear and other dme sales. We are currently using Langer, but their selection is small. Would like advice on other companies with a larger selection and also other products to dispense in office
     
  2. josh

    josh Welcome New Poster

    Pumping up your Medicare diabetic shoe program

    SafeStep offers over 200 styles of Medicare qualified shoes by such manufacturers as Apex, OrthoFeet, New Balance, Brooks, Acor, Soft Spots, Hush Puppies and Pedors. All shoes are available with prefabricated or custom molded inserts. Prices are the same as ordering directly from the manufacturers and start as low as $61 for shoes with three pairs of inserts. Only SafeStep features free electronic billing to Medicare and can also obtain for free the required MD Statement of Certifying Physician. We also offer free Medicare biling for the Richie and Arizona AFO. For more information and to register for free, visit www.safestep.net or call 203.874.7722.

    Josh White, DPM, CPed
    New York City
    President, SafeStep
    joshwhite @safestep.net
     
  3. podrick

    podrick Active Member

    i am a safestep customer and i highly recommend them.there are a lot of companies out there.but they have the best system for a turnkey operation and the best prices.
    i am not in any way associated with this company.

    rick
     
  4. toemeister

    toemeister Member

    DME Shoes

    I've been really happy with Dr. Comfort shoes. They have a nice display of all the shoes and sizes for the Reception room.
     
    Last edited: Feb 6, 2005
  5. josh

    josh Welcome New Poster

    Shoe Displays


    SafeStep features a display stand with 14 Apex shoes for only $199. The shoes come in a run of sizes so that they can be used to fit patients. Coming soon will also be a similarly priced display featuring the OrthoFeet line.

    Josh White, DPM, CPed
    President, SafeStep
    joshwhite@safestep.net
     
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