How do you pay for your diabetes supplies?
Employer provided health insurance
Individually purchased health insurance
School or university health insurance for students
Medicaid, state, or local assistance
National health plan outside the US
Cash pay - no insurance
I don't know
Total votes: 475
How do you pay for your diabetes supplies?Poll dates: June 12 - 19, 2005
Total Votes: 475
In the United States, most people who have insurance coverage get it through their employer. Three-quarters of our readers fall into that category. Even with employer-provided health insurance, the amount of coverage and the types of diabetes supplies that are covered varies widely.
Families in the United States without health insurance can enroll in Together Rx Access to save money on diabetes supplies, including OneTouch Ultra and UltraSmart systems and test strips; FreeStyle and Flash systems and test strips; Precision Xtra systems, blood glucose test strips, and ketone test strips; and Lantus.
Last Updated: Sunday June 19, 2005 11:51:25
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