Up to 80% of your Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) Device may be covered by Medicare

With a  Medicare supplemental plan you may have zero out of pocket costs.

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Save Up To 80% on CGM Devices

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Convenient Free Delivery

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Never Run Out of Refills

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Why Choose Apria?

Apria's Mission: IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR OUR PATIENTS AT HOME

Patient satisfaction is at the core of everything we do at Apria Healthcare. With 98% patient satisfaction, the lives of those we serve are directly impacted by the care we provide, and it is our commitment to provide top quality service.

Being the best means more than just being the largest home healthcare company in America. It’s about making sure that we exceed the expectations of those we serve every day. It’s also about demonstrating high clinical standards and compassion in patient care.

* Disclaimer: CGM Device coverage apply only to patients who meet eligibility criteria.

             SEE IF YOU ARE ELIGIBLE FOR                                         CGM COVERAGE !

FAQ's

What is a Continuous Glucose Monitor or CGM?
A continuous glucose monitoring system, or CGM, is a compact medical system that continuously monitors your glucose levels in more or less real time. You can also review how your glucose changes over a few hours or days to see trends. Seeing glucose levels in real time can help you and your health team make better decisions about how to balance your food, physical activity, and medicines.
Who Qualifies for Continuous Glucose Monitoring?
CGMs can be used by adults and children with a doctor’s prescription. Some CGM devices may be used for children as young as age 2. Your doctor may recommend a CGM if you or your child have a Type 1 diabetes diagnosis, requires multiple, daily insulin injections or insulin pumptherapy with frequent dosage adjustments, frequent unexplained, hypoglycemic episodes or frequent nocturnalhypoglycemia, among others.
Does insurance cover Continuous Glucose Monitors?
Yes, and Medicare patients may be eligible for up to 80% cover of your CGM device. With a Medicare supplemental plan, you could have Zero out of pocket costs!