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What to do if you have United insurance.
Understanding the UnitedHealthcare/Medtronic partnership in the context of the Affordable Care Act.
TCOYD’s CGM Medicare Appeals Assistance Program may be able to help!
A run-down on insurance and other payment assistance programs for medical services and prescription medicines
What to look for when comparing plans in the insurance marketplace
How sports can be a platform to tackle diabetes awareness and stigma.
Breaking down employer-based health insurance, employee health benefits, and employee rights for people with diabetes
How to get cheaper drugs, find discount programs, get free care in clinical trials, and more
How one court ruling may reverse Medicare’s policy denying coverage of most CGMs
CGMs with an insulin-dosing claim, like Dexcom’s G5, finally have a path to Medicare reimbursement; possible coverage in 2018 or earlier
Lilly announces new program, in partnership with Express Scripts, to provide insulin directly to people with diabetes and high out of pocket drug expenses
Cash-pay strips with good accuracy and co-pay programs to save money
People with type 1 or type 2 diabetes on intensive insulin therapy can qualify. A major win for the diabetes community following years of patient advocacy!
Acclaimed author James S. Hirsch on his encounter with a broken healthcare system while trying to obtain FreeStyle Libre for his teenage son
FreeStyle Libre 14-Day Now Available, G6 ships to Medicare users in early 2019
Called “Insulin Lispro,” the generic version of Humalog may benefit those paying cash or with high-deductible health plans
Companion Medical's InPen is now available in 60,000 retail pharmacies across the United States
Did your insurance or pharmacy switch your medication, without your medical professional knowing? This is called non-medical switching. Learn what you can do about it
What is a prior authorization? Read on to learn more about why diabetes supplies or medications might require a prior authorization and how to go through the process
These new rules will save both consumers and health plan providers thousands of dollars a year through pre-deductible coverage of chronic condition treatments