Colorado Medicaid is a state-run insurance option for adults and children, as well as individuals with disabilities, living in Colorado.
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Can I Receive Incontinence Products Through Colorado Medicaid?
Yes, if you qualify! Colorado currently provides incontinence supplies for both children (ages 4+) and adults as one of the medically necessary items under its Medicaid coverage.
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From catheters to pediatric and adult bladder control supplies, discover the continence care essentials covered by your insurance.
Under Colorado Medicaid, adults may qualify to receive a combination of:
- Adult briefs (adult diapers).
- Protective underwear (adult pull-ons).
- Bladder control pads.
With Colorado Medicaid, children ages 4 and up may receive:
- Bladder pads.
Medicaid-covered incontinence products are provided through managed Medicaid health plans that vary by state. Unfortunately, Medicare does not cover incontinence products. However, Medicare does typically cover catheters.
What Is Required?
In order to receive free incontinence products under Colorado Medicaid and Aeroflow Urology, you need to have the following items. Our team of Continence Care Experts will help you gather this information to make the process easier on you and your family.
- Your medical reason for needing supplies (incontinence diagnosis with correlating disability or medical condition).
- An estimated number of incontinence products you need every day (i.e. 6 diapers, 2 pull-ons).
- A qualifying disability or medical condition that causes incontinence and is diagnosed by a healthcare professional, such as autism, spinal cord injury (SCI), etc.
- Must be 4 years of age or older.
- Must be a Medicaid recipient.
- Depending your insurance, a signed Certificate of Medical Necessity (documented proof from your doctor within the last 6 months that your items are medically necessary) and / or a prescription from your healthcare provider.
Medicaid Managed Care Plans In Colorado
Medicaid-covered incontinence products are provided through managed Medicaid plans that vary by state.
In Colorado, you or your loved one may get Medicaid through one these insurance providers:
- Denver Health Choice.
- United Healthcare.
Get Incontinence Products With Aeroflow Urology & Colorado Medicaid
At Aeroflow Urology, your dedicated Continence Care Specialist will verify your coverage options and handle the paperwork required for Medicaid.
We work with you to help find the right mix of high-quality products to fit your, or your loved one's, individual needs. Whether you need adult briefs, disposable underpads, or any other Medicaid-covered incontinence supplies, Aeroflow Urology is the DME for you!
Simply fill out our secure Eligibility Form to see if you qualify for coverage.
After confirmation of health insurance benefits and supplies, you'll be able to choose your incontinence products from a curated shopping list that's designed to fit your needs.
Then, we discreetly package and ship your medical equipment directly to your home each month in discreet packaging. We'll also send you text or email reminders when it's time to resupply.
Where Can I Find My Insurance Information?
To complete our Eligibility Form and find out if you’re eligible for free bladder and bowel care products, you’ll need to have your insurance information ready.
You can find the following information on your insurance card: Insurance cards differ depending on the state you live in and the type of insurance you have (Colorado Medicaid or a Medicaid managed care plan), but you can find the following on your card:
- Full name of the insured person.
- The member ID number (Medicaid ID number).
- The plan name.
If you have questions regarding your insurance information, you can call the number on the card for beneficiaries.
I Don't Qualify. What Can I Do?
If you or a loved one has incontinence and you don't qualify for Medicaid, you may be able to go to a local diaper bank or a diaper drive for your incontinence products. Low-income families might qulify for free diapers through a diaper program, along with other healthcare products, like ones that protect against adult incontinence and pediatric incontinence.
Diaper distributions may offer:
- Adult briefs.
- Adult pull-ups (protective underwear)
- Kids’ diapers.
- Kids’ pull-ons.
- Incontinence pads.
- Bariatric briefs.
- Male guards.
Visit the Rocky Mountain Diaper Depot, Weecycle, or the Diaper Pantry.
Information provided on the Aeroflow Urology blog is not intended as a substitute to medical advice or care from a healthcare professional. Aeroflow recommends consulting your healthcare provider if you are experiencing medical issues relating to incontinence.