When you first learn you need oxygen therapy, you might wonder, “What is the best portable oxygen system and how can I ensure I have oxygen when I need it?” Inogen is a medical technology company. We are a global leader in portable oxygen therapy solutions for patients with chronic respiratory conditions. Our purpose is improving lives through respiratory therapy.
A portable oxygen concentrator offers portability without the need to refill or manage oxygen deliveries, as long as your portable oxygen concentrator unit has access to a power source.  The Inogen One portable oxygen concentrators may be used in a home, institution, vehicles and various mobile environments.
Learn more about why a portable oxygen concentrator may be easier for oxygen patients to use than a portable oxygen tank. Whether you rent or purchase, Inogen offers compact and lightweight portable oxygen concentrators as an option for supplemental oxygen at home or away, all day, every day.
How to Buy a Portable Oxygen Concentrator
Directly purchasing your portable oxygen concentrator from Inogen is the quickest and easiest way to get an Inogen One unit. You can purchase a portable oxygen concentrator directly from our website by clicking the link below or talk to one of our oxygen specialists at 1-855-694-6643.
Inogen is here to support you every step of the way as you purchase and learn to use your portable oxygen concentrator. Inogen customer service representatives will give you personal attention and work with you throughout the entire process. If you are interested in trying our smallest portable oxygen concentrator, the Inogen One G4 Portable Oxygen Concentrator is the right choice for you; or, if you need more flow settings alongside a long battery life, the Inogen One G5 Portable Oxygen Concentrator offers that in a small package.
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How to Rent a Portable Oxygen Concentrator
If you are interested in a portable oxygen concentrator rental, the Inogen One G3 may be covered by insurance, including Medicare or Medicaid. If your physician has prescribed oxygen therapy and you are eligible for Medicare, Medicaid or other insurance coverage, you may qualify to get the Inogen One G3 Portable Oxygen Concentrator you need for little to no additional cost.*
Many insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid, will cover a portion of the cost for your oxygen therapy equipment, including a portable oxygen tank or portable oxygen concentrator, provided your test results show that you require oxygen therapy. Inogen will work directly with your doctor and your insurance provider to see if an Inogen One G3 Portable Oxygen Concentrator rental is right for you.
In 20 years, we have sold or rented more than 1 million units to people worldwide. Join our growing family and see if you’re eligible for an Inogen One portable oxygen concentrator at little or no additional cost!*
Steps to Purchase or Rent an Inogen One Portable Oxygen Concentrator through Insurance**
First, we’ll check your portable oxygen concentrator coverage and payment eligibility with Medicare, Medicaid or your Insurance Company. Call us at 855-MY-INOGEN.
Next, if you’re eligible, we’ll work directly with your doctor to see if the Inogen One Portable Oxygen Concentrator is right for you and obtain the required paperwork.
After you return the insurance paperwork, you’ll receive the Inogen One System and a backup oxygen supply.
If you are converting from portable oxygen tanks, the last step is to remove your current oxygen equipment and to finally say goodbye to portable tanks. At this point you’ll be on service with Inogen and part of our growing family.
* Co-payment and deductibles may apply.
** Inogen One G4 and Inogen One G5 Portable Oxygen Concentrator systems are not available through Medicare, Medicaid or insurance.
Choosing Inogen for your Oxygen Concentrators
Inogen is a global leader in portable oxygen therapy solutions for patients with chronic respiratory conditions. Inogen One portable oxygen concentrators give patients peace of mind when outside their home and away from their stationary concentrator. With an Inogen One, you will experience less breathlessness when performing activity outside your home.
If you are wondering, “What is a compact, lightweight portable oxygen concentrator and how can I try one?” let Inogen help. If you would like to use our latest portable oxygen concentrator models—including either the Inogen One G5, with six flow settings, or the Inogen One G4, our lightest and smallest portable oxygen concentrator—purchasing from Inogen directly is the fastest and easiest way to get one.
If this is your first time using oxygen therapy or a portable oxygen concentrator and you’d like to try a portable oxygen concentrator for a short time, or if you hope to have the costs covered by Medicare, Medicaid or other insurance, consider renting an Inogen One G3 to meet your portable oxygen needs. Whether you choose to rent or buy your portable oxygen concentrator from Inogen, we’re here to help.
We are committed to helping you find the ideal portable oxygen concentrator for you. We can help you choose which of our portable oxygen concentrator models best fits your life, your needs and your budget or insurance. Call us at 1-855-694-6643 and let our oxygen specialists help you make the right choice for your oxygen treatment. Find out how an Inogen portable oxygen concentrator can provide medical grade oxygen delivery all day, every day and peace of mind to leave the home.
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- “Oxygen Equipment & Accessories.” Medicare.gov, U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Accessed 13 May 2021, Oxygen Equipment Coverage (medicare.gov)