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CGM (& Insulin Pump) Affordability Programs

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Current manufacturer programs & other resources to get more people living with diabetes the care they need.

Author: Diana Isaacs, PharmD, BCPS, BCACP, BC-ADM, CDCES, FADCES, FCCP, Updated 2022

There are a number of reasons why people with diabetes can't get the devices they need. One of the largest is cost. And CGMs and insulin pumps can be expensive. If you have a client or patient struggling to pay for supplies given no insurance or inadequate insurance, take a look at the current assistance programs in the drop-down menus below and don't hesitate to contact the manufacturers for help.

Even more details can be found on our CGM Find & Compare Product Pages and our Insulin Pump Find & Compare Product Pages.

Abbott
Products: Libre 14 Day, Libre 2

Programs for people with commercial insurance:
Maximum of $75 for 2 sensors (28 day supply), $65 for reader
MyFreeStyle program, 1 free sensor and reader
Medicare not eligible for either of the above but can look for discount card programs.

For more information about thee programs and others visit Abbott  


Dexcom
Products:
Dexcom G6  

Programs for people with commercial insurance:

$45 for 90-day supply: includes 1 transmitter (90-day wear) and 9 sensors (10 days wear/sensor).
Maximum of 2, 90-day supplies. dexcomg6.copaysavingsprogra m.com/ • For people with commercial insurance. 
Up to $140 off receiver, transmitter and sensor kit

For more information about thee programs and others visit Dexcom  or Dexcom Patient Assistance


Ascensia
Products:
Eversense

Programs for people with commercial insurance or no insurance
After first $100, Ascensia covers the next $300 per sensor (90 days).
Maximum savings of $1,200 per year.
Must be 18 years or over

For more information about thee programs and others visit Acenscia


Medtronic
Products:
Guardian 3, Guardian Connect

Programs for people without insurance coverage for Guardian sensors, includes those with Medicare:
Cost is reduced to $180 per transmitter (12-month warranty) and $60 per box of 5 sensors (7-day wear/sensor). 
For more information on this program visit CGM Access Discount

Other Medtronic Programs:
If recently lost your job or health insurance, you can receive up to 3 months of sensors at no cost.
Defer payments for up to 3 months if you or a family member is laid off or furloughed from job.

Additional financial assistance also available. Call 1-888-350-5540, M-F, 8 am – 6 pm CT or visit Medtronic Assurance

Tandem
Products:
T: Slim X2 Basal IQ Control IQ

Programs:  Call 877-801-6901 for inquiries on cost or visit Tandem Support


Omnipod

Products: Omnipod, Omnipod Dash

Programs:
Free 30-day trial of Omnipod Dash. 
Financial assistance program for people currently using Omnipod® System (not DASH) who are uninsured or cannot afford their out-of-pocket costs. 

For more information on these programs visit Omnipod Financial Assistance


Medtronic
Products:
MiniMed 630G, 670G, 770G

Programs:
If recently lost job or health insurance, you can receive up to 3 months of sensors, infusion sets and reservoirs at no cost.
Defer payments for up to 3 months if you or family member is laid off or furloughed from job.
Additional financial assistance also available: Call 1-888-350-5540, M-F, 8 am – 6 pm CT or visit Medtronic

GoodRx 

Programs:  
Discount prices for Libre, Dexcom and other products for people with diabetes
All individuals are eligible (including Medicare, Medicaid, commercial)

Visit GoodRx more more information


SingleCare

Programs:
 
Discount prices for Libre, Dexcom.
All individuals are eligible (including Medicare, Medicaid, commercial).

Visit SingleCare for more information 

DISCLAIMERS:

This site and its services do not constitute the practice of medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always talk to your diabetes care and education specialist or healthcare provider for diagnosis and treatment, including your specific medical needs. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem or condition, please contact a qualified health care professional immediately. To find a diabetes care and education specialist near you, visit diabeteseducator.org/Find.

ADCES and danatech curate product specifics and periodically review them for accuracy and relevance. As a result, the information may or may not be the most recent. We recommend visiting the manufacturer's website for the latest details if you have any questions.