Does Medicaid Cover Ostomy Supplies?

If you rely on ostomy supplies for your care, the last thing you should have to worry about is affording the products you need. Thankfully, there’s good news for eligible Medicaid members: Most Medicaid plans cover ostomy supplies. That means you may be able to get Medicaid-covered ostomy supplies with no-out-pocket cost. Keep reading to see how you could use your Medicaid benefits to get ostomy supplies delivered to your door.

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Medicaid and Ostomy Supplies

The easiest way to find out if your Medicaid plan covers ostomy supplies is to give us a call. We can help you understand your benefits and see which ostomy products are covered by your plan, and which ones you need.

To receive Medicaid-covered ostomy supplies, those supplies must be determined medically necessary by a doctor. That means a doctor has to confirm that supplies are needed to treat a medical condition. Once diagnosed, we will verify your insurance information and collect the paperwork from your doctor.

How To Get Medicaid-Covered Ostomy Supplies

At Home Care Delivered, signing up for supplies only takes a few minutes. Enter your phone number in the bottom left of this screen and we’ll give you a call to discuss your options and begin enrollment. Our team can help you select the right products for your needs or answer any questions you have.

After your first order, we’ll contact you each month to make sure your supplies are just right. When you’re ready to reorder supplies, we offer convenient 24/7 reordering through HCD Online and Text-To-Reorder. Sign up today to see for yourself why we’re the highest-rated medical supplier.

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