Does Medicaid Cover Bladder Control Pads?

If you’re a Medicaid member with incontinence, you’re probably wondering if bladder control pads are a covered benefit. The good news is, yes, most Medicaid plans cover incontinence supplies.

This means you won’t have to pay out of pocket for the products you need with a qualifying Medicaid plan. If you’re eligible, it’s easier than ever to get Medicaid-covered bladder control pads delivered to your door. Continue reading to find out how.

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Medicaid and Bladder Control Pads

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In order to be covered by most Medicaid plans, bladder control pads must be determined to be medically necessary by a doctor. If you haven’t seen a doctor and received a diagnosis relevant to incontinence, talk to your doctor about incontinence as soon as you can. Once a doctor has confirmed that incontinence products are needed to manage a medical condition, we can help you choose which products are best for your needs.

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There are a variety of bladder control pad options to match your absorbency and size needs. You can compare bladder control pad brands, styles, and sizes online. Our team can also provide product expertise over the phone. Have us call you by entering your phone number in the bottom left of this screen. If you think you may need something other than bladder control pads, check out our five steps to choosing the right incontinence product.

Getting Medicaid-Covered Bladder Control Pads Delivered to Your Door

At Home Care Delivered, you can enroll online or over the phone to get Medicaid-covered bladder control pads delivered to your home. If you’d rather us call you, enter your phone number in the bottom left of this screen. Our team will work with your doctor and insurer to collect the necessary paperwork so you don’t have to. We’ll follow up with you every month to make sure you’re satisfied with your products.

We’ve served customers just like you for over 20 years. Enroll today to get started on your deliveries and experience our outstanding customer satisfaction for yourself.

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