Thanks for this information! It confirmed what I heard from Dexcom and others. I was lucky to find an excellent medicare health insurance broker here in Tucson (no charge to me), who helped me decide which plan(s) to get, given some long-term diabetes complications. I went with Medigap Plan G and the RX Preferred Plan D - and Plan B. It’s more expensive than some of the other configurations, but it was the most cost-containing for me; this broker did an analysis of what my annual out-of-pocket expenses would be with selected configurations, based on all my current doctor’s visits, medications, pump supplies, and CGM supplies.
| kilupx LP
March 1 |
I also have a supplementary plan F. Between that and Medicare plan B, the entire expense of Dexcom is paid. However, for all my other diabetes supplies, including insulin, both plans B and F contribute and I have co-pays as well.