Does Medicaid Cover Pull-Ons?

If you’re a Medicaid member diagnosed with incontinence, you may be wondering if the products you need, such as pull-ons, are covered by your Medicaid plan. For eligible members, the answer is yes, most Medicaid plans cover incontinence products—including pull-ons. If your plan is eligible, it only takes a few easy steps to get incontinence supplies delivered to your door without paying out of pocket.

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Medicaid and Pull-Ons

Most Medicaid plans will only cover supplies, such as pull-ons, that are determined to be medically necessary by a doctor. That means if you haven’t seen a doctor and received a diagnosis relevant to incontinence, you should talk to your doctor about incontinence as soon as you can.

After you’ve seen a doctor, we can help you choose the right size and style of pull-ons for your needs. Our team provides product expertise and support over the phone, and if you’re not sure pull-ons are right for you, we can help you help you choose the right incontinent product. And, we make ordering and reordering your products quick and easy.

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How to Get Medicaid-Covered Pull-Ons Delivered to Your Home

At Home Care Delivered, you can enroll online or over the phone to get Medicaid-covered pull-ons delivered to your door. 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 also follow up with you every month to make sure you’re happy with the products and service.

We’ve helped over 360,000 customers just like you receive the products they need with exceptional customer service. Enroll today to get started on your deliveries and experience our outstanding customer satisfaction for yourself.

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