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ADMEA is a professionally managed non-profit trade association, offering a wide variety of services and opportunities to its members.

This web site, along with the included listserv, is a primary membership benefit. ADMEA is a member of AAHomecare and works closely with The Med Group & The VGM Group.

To join ADMEA, click on the "Join Now" button above and complete the form. If you are a provider, the only category for which you are eligible is Regular Member. If you are a vendor, you may choose from four categories, with different benefits. Our membership list is available to members only.

What we do:

ADMEA provides a variety of member services, including:

  • representation on local, regional and national groups, including the Jurisdiction C Council, the National Supplier Clearinghouse Advisory Council, the Alabama Medicaid HME Advisory Board, and more...
  • participation in an extensive communications network,
  • education seminars covering a wide variety of timely and useful topics,
  • promotion of community efforts to improve and advance the industry,
  • information and advice based of years of industry experience, and
  • access to advice, referrals, sample letters, and more..
  • E-mailed news and the content available on this site are primary benefits.
Questions or problems? Email admea@hiwaay.net or call 205-824-6202. (Members and prospects only!)

Presentations and Q&A from the Annual Meeting–available to members only–can be found on the "Hot Topics" page.




Over 40% of traditional companies that provided essential home medical equipment (HME), services, and supplies are no longer serving Medicare beneficiaries today compared to July 2013 according to research evaluating Medicare data.

As we reported to you in October, the Medicare funding shortage is causing company changes and creating problems for patients with their expenses increasing and challenges accessing equipment rising.

The impact is staggering. 

Members of Congress share our concern and are petitioning the Administration for relief. A sign-on letter with 154 signatures has been delivered, asking HHS Secretary Price and CMS Administrator Seema Verma to make important regulatory changes to protect the HME benefit.

Send an e-mail to your Member of Congress thanking them for signing the letter!

Please contact the HME Board for information about any aspect of licensing, including complaints, either on line here or call 334-215-3474.

For information on individual licensing requirements for diabetic (therapeutic) shoe fitters, mastectomy bra fitters and some orthotic items, contact the Alabama State Board of Prosthetists and Orthotists, either ‚Äčon line here, or call 334-420-1111.

Members whose email address is properly listed in our records can log in with that email address and by clicking on "Change password" or "Forgot password," can enter any password the system will accept. To add staff to the email list, complete this form.


To pay any invoice online,
log in to this site and click on "View profile." Then click the "Invoices and payments" button, which will show any outstanding invoices and provide instructions for paying. You may pay on line with a credit card (Amex, Visa or MasterCard) or print to process for payment by check. NOTE: This applies only to the company administrator.







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