Why Are You Paying so Much?
Ancillary service companies and network service providers thrive on “whatever the market will bear” pricing formulas. The outrageous hidden mark-ups are buried in cost estimates and are passed onto the carrier.
At CorLife, we believe it is our responsibility to offer truly exceptional, high-touch service and products at fair and reasonable prices. We are so confident in our value, we have made it our corporate policy to be totally transparent in every aspect of our business—including pricing!
We pride ourselves on cost containment through transparent billing, fair market-value priced products, plus reliable service and delivery. Our company was founded on these honest principles which continue to be the driving force at CorLife today.
CorLife promises to be there before, after and in between to provide:
• ATP, therapist-driven assessments for all wheelchair and complex rehabilitative equipment to ensure the best functional outcome.
• Installation through our network of certified, licensed and insured installation contractors. Our installers provide a quality service and a worry-free experience.
• Warranty coverage on all products sold. We offer a free one-year service contract and extend that to honor all manufacturer warranties.
Equipment designed to last, especially without sustaining significant damage or wear.
Practical equipment and technology designed to maximize the injured worker’s functional independence.
Specific tools or items needed for a particular functional activity or purpose.
Prosthetics and Orthotics
CorLife’s national network of prosthetics and orthotics providers understand workers’ compensation. Our two experienced consulting prosthetists ensure appropriate selection/medical necessity. Plus, we offer 24/7 access to care and we schedule evaluations within two days. Follow-up care and delivery is effective, thorough and included in the price! Administratively, our internal audit team conducts bill reviews/credentialing and we have a fast, effective quoting system.
Why an ATP?
An Assistive Technology Professional (ATP) is required under Medicare law for any powered seating fittings. At CorLife, we employ only highly seasoned ATPs to perform our mobility assessments.
Reduced exposure to unnecessary and costly add-ons when the assessment is done the right way, the first time. The ATPs possess a deeper knowledge of the disease process and progression ensuring the equipment selection is appropriate, necessary and provides the best functional outcomes. Plus, we adhere to even the highest government regulations.