UDP is different. Your wound care supplies are packaged for each specific dressing change, easy to open and include step-by-step video tutorials that show you how to change your own dressing. This minimizes confusion giving you the best chance to heal.
Ask Your Doctor for iPak
Tell your doctor you want to receive wound care supplies in a UDP. We’ll handle the rest, from insurance paperwork to shipping supplies directly to your home or long term care facility. Once we verify insurance, we ship your UDP supplies via FedEx, often within 24 hours. We deliver the wound care products typical pharmacies don’t carry.Download Order Form
Following the Doctor's Orders
The best results happen with patients who regularly see their wound care doctor and follow instructions. UDP’s are ordered by your doctor and take the confusion out of how much product to use for a dressing change, encouraging patients follow treatment plans. The integrated use of technology also helps educate patients—custom QR codes and websites deliver step-by-step videos.
Don’t worry about being overwhelmed. We only send the supplies ordered by your nurse or doctor. All supplies are packaged in individually dosed, easy-to-open UDPs so you know exactly what and how much to use each day.
Just before your next delivery, we’ll check in to see if you need additional supplies added to your order to help you stay on track with your treatment plan.
Simply call 866-714-7118 and let us know what you need. We will verify your request with your doctor to be sure the supplies are in line with the doctor’s order. Compliance is key in wound healing.
We accept Medicare and commercial insurance from an extensive list of carriers, as well as Medicaid in select states.
Each commercial insurance policy is different and, unlike some in the industry, we verify all insurance coverage before shipping product so patients are in complete control of their out-of-pocket expenses.
Patients that receive services paid by the Medicare program are responsible for the 20% not paid by Medicare and will receive a bill. Most patients have secondary insurance; however, in the event the patient has no secondary insurance, he or she will be responsible for the balance due.
Innovative Outcomes takes on the responsibility of verifying insurance coverage, billing the insurance company and processing all payments.
Yes, we work with large and small, independently owned long-term facilities to provide iPaks with the resident’s name on each package.