Online Enrollment for Medicaid-Covered Incontinence Supplies

In today’s digital world, you can sign up online to get just about anything you need: Razors, groceries, and for the first time ever, Medicaid-covered incontinence supplies.

HCD is excited to announce the first and only online enrollment for incontinence supplies. If you have Medicaid, you can now enroll for free monthly delivery of supplies 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. And you never have to speak to anyone on the phone.

Get Incontinence Supplies Online With Medicaid

No Credit Card | Fast Delivery  |  100% Discreet

order online and get your medical products shipped to your home

What’s Wrong with Traditional Enrollment?

Signing up for medical supplies usually requires phones calls, and that causes a lot of frustration and discomfort. Here’s why most people try to avoid it:

  • Discussing private medical details
  • Inconvenient hours of operation
  • Credit card requirements
  • Long, stressful phone calls
  • Follow-up calls that take days

The Advantage Of Incontinence Supplies Online

Online enrollment solves all of this by giving you total control over the process. You choose when you start enrollment, and also when you finish it. And of course, enjoy your privacy, because you can finish everything without speaking to anyone.

HCD Online Enrollment Benefits

  • No more phone calls
  • 100% private & discreet
  • Fast – finish in minutes
  • No credit card required
  • Available 24/7
  • Convenient & flexible
  • Mobile friendly – sign up anywhere!

How Does Online Enrollment Work?

The process is simple: Just click the button below and follow the step-by-step instructions. After you’ve finished signing up online, we’ll take care of the Online Enrollment Next Steps like collecting your paperwork and verifying your insurance. Your first order of incontinence supplies could be on its way to your door within just a few minutes. No credit card or other form of payment is required. Just have your insurance information and doctor’s contact information handy.

Get Incontinence Supplies Online With Medicaid

No Credit Card | Fast Delivery | 100% Discreet

Incontinence Supplies Online

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