Insurance / Medicare
HCPC and FDA-Cleared Status
After months of Resna testing, the Action Trackchair and Action Trackstander were granted HCPC code K0899 (a Healthcare Common Procedure Code) in early 2015 for the ST and TR models. This medical billing code allows doctors, physical therapists and medical professionals to write prescriptions and claims to insurance companies for the Action Trackchair. Then, our manufacturer took it a step further and received FDA-cleared status for the Falcon Trackstander and Eagle Trackchair models.
If you were injured at work and have a Workman’s Compensation account, check with them to see if you would qualify for an Action Trackchair. Again, using a letter of recommendation from your doctor or therapist could help you obtain an Action Trackchair paid through Workman’s Compensation. If you need a quote to send in for this, please contact our office.
Financing options are limited, but some customers have had success with their local banks and credit unions. Reach out to us — we might know a credit union in your area that is willing to consider financing an Action Trackchair! Some of our dealers also now have a payment plan option through Square. A simple application will determine eligibility. If approved, up to $10,000 of your purchase price can be spread out over time. Ask your local dealer if this is available in your area!
Agrability & Agstar
If you are an individual who would like to use an Action Trackchair or Action Trackstander for agricultural purposes, an Agstar loan or funding assistance through Agrability are two options. Agstar loans money at lower interest rates to qualifying individuals. You can find out more about Agstar at http://www.agstar.com/Pages/home.aspx.
Many states have an Agrability Chapter, which would be operated through your state’s college system. Many of the chapters in our Distributorship are very familiar with the Trackchair and are willing to work with you. The national website for Agrability is http://www.agrability.org/.
- Community fundraisers (bake sales, silent auctions, raffles, etc.)
- Facebook fundraising with family/friends
- GoFundMe or other online fundraising sites can help raise money for you or someone you know.