I don't know if it has to do w/the Class II Medical Devices classification or what CPAPs have been classified as up to now but I do know that some of the online DME suppliers, cpap.com being one, have notified customers and have posted at their website that prescriptions will now be required to purchase a mask. Once you have a prescription on file w/an online DME supplier I would imagine that they would keep it on file so you don't have to provide a script each time you buy mask or equipment. cpap.com has said that is what they will do.
Has anyone seen the "fix" our government came up with for exhorbitant credit card fees?
A California bank has already taken advantage of it and is poised to offer a $250-$300 limited credit card to "help" those who need to establish credit or repair damaged credit. The interest rate on that credit card will be 79.9% LEGALLY thanks to the new government regulations "fix".
As I've said MANY TIMES before: every time "my" government does me a favor I get SCREWED!!!