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2012 Texas Medicaid Provider Procedures Manual

Durable Medical Equipment, Medical Supplies, and Nutritional Products Handbook : 2. Texas Medicaid (Title XIX) Home Health Services : 2.2 Services, Benefits, Limitations and Prior Authorization : 2.2.11 Hospital Beds and Equipment : 2.2.11.4 Equipment and Other Accessories

2.2.11.4
The following equipment or accessories may be considered with documentation of medical necessity:
2.2.11.4.1 Prior Authorization
Positioning cushions or pillows (procedure code E0190) and heel or elbow protectors (procedure code E0191) may be considered with documentation of medical necessity that the item will provide pressure relief and positioning in the treatment of decubiti, burns, or musculoskeletal injuries. Documentation must include a listing of other devices that have been used and why the devices proved ineffective.
A trapeze bar attached to a bed (procedure code E0910 or E0911) may be considered if the client requires this device to sit up, to change body position, to get in or out of bed, or for other medical reasons with documentation of medical necessity.
“Free-standing” trapeze equipment (procedure code E0940 or E0912) may be considered if the client does not have an eligible hospital bed, but the client needs this device to sit up, to change body position, to get in or out of bed, or for other medical reasons with documentation of medical necessity.
An over-bed table (procedure code E0315) may be considered if the client is bed-bound and needs the over-bed table for treatments.

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