Does Utah Medicaid Cover Incontinence Supplies?

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There’s good news for Utah Medicaid recipients who need incontinence supplies: Utah Medicaid may be able to cover your Incontinence products

Does Utah Medicaid Cover Incontinence Supplies?

Utah Medicaid is currently one of 45 states that offers coverage of incontinence supplies. If you have Medicaid in Utah, it could be possible for you to get adult briefs, protective underwear, or bladder control pads at little to no out-of-pocket expense.

Utah Medicaid covers incontinence supplies

Coverage Requirements

Utah Medicaid only offers coverage for incontinence products that are considered medically necessary. This means that a doctor or physician must confirm the supplies are needed as part of the treatment for a specific condition.

Pre-approval of the supplies also may be required before you can receive them.

Utah Medicaid Incontinence Coverage Details

Utah Medicaid benefits are provided through Fee-For-Service and Managed Care plans.

Types of Benefit:

Requirements/Restrictions:

  • Supplies must be medically necessary and prescribed by your doctor.
  • Supplies may be covered for children under age 3.
  • Supplies may require pre-approval before you can receive them

HCD can provide products to Fee-For-Service customers!

How to Get Your Supplies

The first step to getting supplies with Utah Medicaid is to visit your doctor and get a diagnosis for your condition. A diagnosis from a doctor serves as evidence that the products are medically necessary. Once you have a diagnosis, you may be eligible for coverage through Utah Medicaid.

The next step is to call us to set up your monthly orders or sign up for supplies online. Each month, you’ll receive the products you need, and we’ll bill Medicaid on your behalf. Our team handles all the paperwork and will help you find the perfect product for your needs.

For information about other state Medicaid plans, check out our Guide to Medicaid Coverage of Incontinence Supplies.

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