can I get financial assistance for my diabetes care?
is a federal program that provides health care services for people
aged 65 or older. People who are disabled, or who have become disabled,
can also apply for Medicare.
is available for people of all ages with kidney failure. To learn
if you are eligible, call the Medicare Hotline listed below. Medicare
covers glucose monitors, batteries, test strips, lancets, lancing
devices, control solution, insulin pumps, and even insulin when
it is used in a pump.
is a state program that helps pay medical costs for people with
low incomes and limited resources. Medicaid programs vary from state
Most of your
health care costs may be covered if you qualify for both Medicare
and Medicaid. States also have programs that pay some or all the
recipients Medicare premiums, and may also pay Medicare deductibles
and other co-insurance for those who have Medicare and whose income
is below a certain amount.
Care Providers: Always be honest with your health care
providers. Tell them if you are unable to pay for food, medicines
or diabetes supplies.
Ask them if
they know of any local programs that can assist you. Your health
care provider may be able to give you information about additional
resources, or refer you to a social services program.
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