Can You Get Incontinence Supplies with Arkansas State Medicaid?

If you’re a Medicaid recipient in Arkansas trying to find a way to afford incontinence supplies, then there’s good news for you. Your Arkansas Medicaid benefits might cover the cost of your products.

Arkansas Medicaid is one of many states that does currently cover incontinence supplies as a benefit. For eligible recipients, products such as bladder control pads, adult briefs, or pull-ons could be received at little or no cost.

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Does Arkansas Medicaid Cover Incontinence Supplies?

Arkansas Medicaid is one of many states that does currently cover incontinence supplies as a benefit. For eligible recipients, products such as bladder control pads, adult briefs, or pull-ons could be received at little or no cost.

Coverage Requirements for Arkansas Medicaid

Incontinence supplies are only covered by Arkansas Medicaid if they are considered medically necessary to treat a condition. “Medically Necessary” means that a doctor must confirm that the products are needed as part of a treatment plan to manage a condition.

Incontinence Coverage Details

Arkansas Medicaid coverage is administered through Fee-For-Service plans.

Types of Benefit:

Requirements/Restrictions:

  • A doctor must confirm that incontinence supplies are medically necessary to treat or manage your condition.
  • Recipients must be over the age of 3 to be eligible for coverage.

HCD participates in this Medicaid Program!

How to Get Supplies

In order to get supplies with Arkansas Medicaid, you’ll first need to visit a doctor and get a diagnosis. A diagnosis from a doctor qualifies as proof that your supplies are needed to manage your condition. Once a doctor has confirmed your need for products, you could be eligible to get supplies with your benefits.

After you’ve seen a doctor, contact us or enroll online for incontinence supplies. We’ll collect the paperwork from your doctor and submit it to Arkansas Medicaid on your behalf. Each month, you’ll get the products you need as a covered benefit.

You can read more about Medicaid coverage of incontinence supplies with our State Medicaid Coverage Guide.

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