Letters of Medical Necessity
A letter of Medical Necessity may be required to file an insurance claim. It is completed by your healthcare provider and helps to provide the medical justification for potential insurance benefits. You may download the relevant sample Letter of Medical Necessity and provide to your physician or healthcare provider to complete and sign. Sections of each letter have been left unprotected so your physician or healthcare provider may include information specific to your care.
The FTAF is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting families with pediatric tube feeding. The organization provides education materials, information, and resources from those who have personal experience raising a child who is tube-fed. FTAF also strives to raise positive awareness of tube feeding so there is greater acceptance in society and families get the support they need.Oley Foundation
The Oley Foundation is a national, independent, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that strives to enrich the lives of those living with home intravenous nutrition (parenteral) and tube feeding (enteral) through education, advocacy, and networking. The Foundation also serves as a resource for consumers, families, clinicians and industry representatives, and other interested parties.My Tube Feeding
This Nestlé website provides information and resources for the individual or caregiver managing enteral tube feeding at home.
Ask a Nestlé Dietitian
To support the transition from hospital to home, Nestlé Registered Dietitians are available to provide information regarding the appropriate use of Nestlé enteral products, including:
- Product Features and Benefits
- Product Nutrient Content and Ingredients
- Product Administration and Troubleshooting
- Product Packaging and Storage
Call 1-800-706-0554 for product questions or to schedule an appointment with a Nestlé Registered Dietitian. Our dietitians are available Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM EST to talk with homecare providers, patients, and caregivers.