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Affording Treatment

Diabetes care can be expensive, from daily supplies to glucose monitoring technology to medications to clinical care visits. The good news is there are a number of ways to afford treatment when living with diabetes, whether you are navigating a health insurance plan or paying out of pocket.

We bring you tips on saving money, navigating private insurance, workplace benefits, and Medicare, in addition to information about discounts on the drugs and devices that you use.

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Eli Lilly to donate 200,000 insulin pens and provide $2 million for diabetes education to 200 free clinics across the United States by 2022 Continue Reading »

Every February the Spare a Rose, Save a Child campaign raises funds to provide insulin and other diabetes supplies to children with type 1 in under-resourced countries. Spread the word today to make a difference Continue Reading »

Learn how to appeal a Medicare claim rejection under traditional fee-for-service Medicare, a Medicare health plan, or Medicare prescription drug coverage Continue Reading »

A bipartisan legislation, which would have protected patients from surprise medical bills, is blocked from passing this year Continue Reading »

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 Continue Reading »

Continuous glucose monitoring coverage varies widely by state Medicaid program – check out our guide on who's covered and where Continue Reading »

Under the 2020 health plan, Walmart employees get an incredible network of high-quality healthcare professionals. Ask your boss if this type of investment in employee health can be mirrored in your company. Continue Reading »

The Medicaid expansion provided health insurance coverage to millions of Americans. Learn more about the positive impact of the program and how it supports public health. Continue Reading »

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