If you are thinking of starting a durable medical equipment business then you need to have a DME license Florida in order to proceed. The State requires all DME businesses selling services and products to patients, either physically or via shipping in and out of Florida, to be licensed by the Agency of Health Care Administration.
Florida Healthcare Law Firm helps you assess the risks and all legalities involved while applying for a DME license Florida. If the business wishes to have multiple locations, each location has to licensed separately, despite the same management. We help to gather proof that is required by the AHCA survey in order to enable you to comply with the rules and statutes necessary for the license. The DME business needs to identify key aspects that include a list of equipment that is either directly owned by the supplier or on contractual arrangements, services that will be provided either directly or on contract, list of vendors, proof of commercial and professional insurance, two background screening of all employees, owners and contractors and much more.
A business needs to be compliant with all the rules and regulations that pertain to patient information, medical supplies, etc. in order to obtain a DME license Florida, seamlessly. There are a lot of important questions that need to be understood and answered during the course of the license. This is best done by hiring the best professional healthcare attorneys from Florida Healthcare Law Firm.
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