We know diabetes. EHCS is in the business of diabetes care, supplies and education since 1992. We offer a wide range of diabetes products, including glucose monitoring equipment, insulin pumps, testing and pump supplies. EHCS is committed to helping improve the quality of life for our patients living with diabetes. We offer no up-front costs* and free home delivery. We strive to deliver timely, courteous, ethical and personal service to every one of our patients, every time.
Over the years, EHCS has brought on new products and supplies at the request of our customers ranging from Breast Pumps, Back and Knee Braces, Urological, Ostomy and Wound Care products.
Medicare Part B your primary insurance?
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EHCS is happy and pleased to announce that we can continue to service you for your Diabetes Testing Supply needs and bill Medicare Part B on your behalf. You can continue to get the brands you want, from a company you are already familiar with.
Diabetes - The Basics
If you have diabetes, your body has difficulty converting the food you eat into energy. Ever wonder why you feel tired so much of the time? This could be the reason why! Your body’s ability to make energy from the food you eat...
- Do you have lower back pain or
sometimes have a stiff or sore back?
If you answered YES to either of these questions...then we have an answer for you.
• Covered by Insurance
• Covered by Medicare
Breastfeeding…Give the best for your children
Pregnant and postpartum women should have access to breastfeeding equipment. Breastfeeding is one of the most effective preventive measures mothers can take to protect their health and that of their children. One of the barriers for breastfeeding is the cost of purchasing or renting breast pumps and nursing related supplies. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has adopted new legislation requiring commercial health insurances to add breast pumps as a covered benefit.
Is Insulin Pump Therapy Right for You?
Insulin pump therapy is used by tens of thousands of people of all ages. Many studies have shown improved glucose management outcomes for those using insulin pumps. And while it does allow for more flexibility in
lifestyle and the potential to even out the wide blood
sugar fluctuations that are often experienced when injecting insulin, it may not be the right choice for every person.