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URINARY TRANSFER SYSTEMS GROUP, LLC. INCOTOVAC TM Tactical Support. Sales Protocols Patient Requirements INCONTOVAC TM Operational Benefits Sales Strategies. URINARY TRANSFER SYSTEMS GROUP, LLC. Sales Recommended Protocols. Our product is intended for use by patients in
Our product is intended for use by patients in
1. Hospitals (Primary Target) Do to recent Medicare legislation regarding Iantrogenicurinary tract infections.
2. Nursing Homes (Medicare A/Skilled Beds) Cost Covered by Nursing Home, not patient.
3. Home Patients / Home Health Care Agencies
Hospital Patients who have indwelling catheters for convenience due to their inability to go to a bathroom or successfully handle a urinal. Here are a few examples:
Patients following operative procedures that preclude them from being ambulatory for several days or weeks.
Organ recipients, pneumothorax (collapsed lung), post laminectomy patients who must maintain a posture for several days,
Patients with paralysis that are able to urinate: multiple sclerosis, Huntington chorea, cerebral vascular accidents (strokes), severe Parkinsonism’ disease, brain injuries, failed orthopedic procedures, various neurological conditions, etc. The hospital would purchase the units and replacement accessory packs for additional patient utilization with the same motor, remote and stabilization device which would be autoclaved. Accessory Pack: Urinal, tubing and reservoir.URINARY TRANSFER SYSTEMS GROUP, LLC.Patient Requirements (1):
Basically, patients who have severe movement disorders that precludes them from getting out of their bed or limited to a Geri chair or Barton Chair. In this instance, the nursing home would purchase the units and put the cost in their cost report for reimbursement through their per deim payment under PPS. For patients in private beds covered under part B Medicare, Medicaid or other insurance, the patient would have to pay for the unit and then submit to their insurance for reimbursement using a miscellaneous code for everything but the urinal and reservoir which is currently coded an approved by Medicare. They would have to submit a letter of medical necessity from their physician and narrative from us for reimbursement. Reimbursement would be based on a case by case submission and review.URINARY TRANSFER SYSTEMS GROUP, LLC.Patient Requirements (2):
In addition, to those severely compromised, patients with Parkinsonism or general debility (arthritis) with low vision, may benefit from the Incontovac at night since their condition limits their movement to and from the bathroom and often the use of a urinal. Many of these patients awake their spouses to assist with a urinal only to find that the timing is inadequate and they experience a urinary accident or attempt to transverse to the bathroom or bedside commode and experience a fall.URINARY TRANSFER SYSTEMS GROUP, LLC.Patient Requirements (3):