Invacare Gives Power Rental Market CPR
New program aims to help providers buck funding threats and thrive in the rental market.
- By David Kopf
- Aug 12, 2010
Invacare Corp. has launched its Consumer Power Rental (CPR) program, which aims to help providers succeed in the power mobility rental market.
“Reimbursement changes are forcing providers to restructure their approach to consumer power,” said Carl Will, senior vice president of Invacare Homecare. “The CPR program gives providers the tools they need to finance and service their consumer power fleet in a way that will enhance their business operations.”
The CPR program consists of five components:
- Financing. Invacare offers a Consumer Power Lease with terms that coincide exactly with reimbursement payments.
- 5 Star/RoadRunner. Several 5 Star options will be available to cover everything from warranty repairs during the rental period to complete power wheelchair refurbishing.
- Warrant. Invacare will extend the warranty to 13 months, covering the entire rental period for motors and electronics for consumer power wheelchairs.
- Product Enhancements. Invacare is offering product such as its Pronto M41 wheelchair, which is geared to provide an economical solution that is ideal for the rental environment.
- Parts. Invacare says it has a complete line of parts and accessories to refurbish chairs that do not reach the cap and for those that do.
More information on the CPR Program can be downloaded from Invacare as a PDF document here.
David Kopf is the Editor of HME Business.