You have a problem with your ventilator or have a spastic appendix?
If you’re on a waiting list for a ventilators, you can take advantage of a $5,000 emergency ventilatory credit to buy a spontaneously recovering ventilater.
The Ventilator Recovery Rebate is a $25 rebate to the consumer who purchases a spartan ventilating system with a COVID-19 vaccine.
The rebate will apply to the device, the device itself, the COVID vaccine, and any other device purchased that was not previously covered by a rebate.
“Spontaneous repair and re-supply” is the name of the new rebate program.
The first rebate will be for a device purchased before October 16, 2020.
A number of other states have already introduced the program, and there’s a chance the new program could be expanded to include more states.
This program is similar to a number of rebates that are available through state health departments.
They range from $20 to $150 per unit purchased to buy equipment or supplies to improve health.
The program is expected to generate about $2.5 billion in federal tax revenue for states and municipalities, but some have raised concerns about the incentive program’s effectiveness.