Can I Receive Incontinence Supplies Through Kansas Medicaid?
Kansas Medicaid is a state-run insurance option for low-income adults, children, senior citizens, and people living with disabilities. The Kansas Medicaid program currently provides incontinence products as one of the medically necessary items under its Medicaid coverage. With Kansas Medicaid, you, or your child, may qualify to receive a combination of protective underwear (pull-ons / pull-ups), adult briefs / diapers, and bladder control pads every month. every month as a benefit of their health plan.
To check your eligibility for incontinence products, simply fill out our quick and secure 2 step form to begin the process. Our Specialists will put together a combination of high quality products to best serve your specific needs with unique levels of absorbency.
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Incontinence Supplies Requirements For Kansas
To be approved for incontinence supplies under Kansas Medicaid, the below is required:
- The medical reason for needing supplies (certificate of medical necessity).
- The estimated amount of supplies needed per day (4 adult diapers, 2 disposable underpads, etc.).
Incontinence Coverage Information for Kansas
- Must have a qualifying medical need, such as autism, overactive bladder (OAB), cerebral palsy, etc.
- Children must be 5 years of age or older.
- Must be enrolled in a Kansas Medicaid plan.
How To Get Incontinence Supplies
At Aeroflow Urology, your dedicated Continence Care Specialist will verify your coverage and handle the paperwork required for Medicaid. We work with you to help find the right mix of high-quality products to fit your individual needs under your Medicaid benefits. After confirmation of benefits and supplies, we discreetly package and ship your medical supplies directly to your home each month.
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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.