West Virginia Medicaid and Incontinence Supply Coverage

If you have medicaid in West Virginia and need incontinence supplies, then there’s good news for you: West Virginia Medicaid covers incontinence products.

Does West Virginia Medicaid Cover Incontinence Supplies?

West Virginia Medicaid currently does offer coverage of incontinence supplies. If you are a medicaid recipient in West Virginia, then you could receive monthly deliveries of bladder control pads, adult briefs, or protective underwear briefs (diapers), at little to no cost.

West Virginia Medicaid covers incontinence supplies

West Virginia Medicaid Coverage Requirements

In order for West Virginia Medicaid to cover incontinence supplies, the supplies must first be considered medically necessary by a doctor or physician. Medically necessary means that the supplies are needed to treat or manage a condition.

It may also be necessary for West Virginia Medicaid to pre-approve coverage of supplies before you can receive them with your benefits.

West Virginia Medicaid Incontinence Coverage Details

West Virginia Medicaid benefits are available through Fee-For-Service and Managed Care plans.

Types of Benefit:

Requirements/Restrictions:

  • A doctor or other qualified medical professional must determine that the supplies are medically necessary to treat a condition
  • Supplies are not covered for recipients under the age of 3
  • Supplies may need to be pre-approved before they will be covered

HCD is in-network with this Medicaid program!

How to Get Supplies

To get incontinence products with your West Virginia Medicaid benefits, you must first visit a doctor and get a diagnosis for incontinence. A diagnosis from a doctor serves as evidence that incontinence supplies are medically necessary to treat your condition. Once you’ve been diagnoses, you may be eligible to use your benefits to get incontinence supplies.

Once you have a diagnosis, it’s time to sign up online for incontinence supplies with us and place your first order. The process is simple:

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  1. Provide your information using the step-by-step process/
  2. We obtain all the paperwork from your doctor and submit it to your insurance.
  3. You receive discreet, monthly deliveries of quality incontinence supplies right to your door.

Signing up takes just minutes. All you need is your doctor and insurance information. No credit card necessary.

To learn more about other state Medicaid plan eligibility, visit our State Medicaid Coverage Guide of Incontinence Supplies.

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