Can I Receive Incontinence Supplies Through Minnesota Medicaid?
Minnesota Medicaid is a state-run insurance option for adults, children, senior citizens, and individuals with disabilities living in Minnesota with Medicaid benefits. The Minnesota Medicaid program currently provides incontinence products for both children and adults as one of the medically necessary items under its Medicaid coverage. Under Minnesota Medicaid, individuals may qualify to receive a combination of pull-ups / pull-ons, briefs (adult diapers), disposable underpads, and bladder control pads (Poise pads). Unfortunately, wipes are not covered by Minnesota Medicaid.
Incontinence Supplies Requirements For Minnesota Medicaid
To be approved for incontinence supplies under Minnesota Medicaid, Medicaid recipients must have the following items. An Aeroflow Urology Specialist will help you gather all of this necessary information.
- Documented proof within the last six months that the items are considered medically necessary by a physician.
- The medical reason for needing supplies (certificate of medical necessity).
- The estimated amount of supplies needed per day (i.e. 4 pairs of protective underwear per day or 3 adult briefs per day).
How to Qualify for Incontinence Supplies from Minnesota Medicaid:
- Must have a qualifying medical need, such as stress incontinence, spina bifida, etc.
- Children must be 4 years of age or older.
- Must be enrolled in a Minnesota Medicaid plan.
How to Get Incontinence Supplies Through Minnesota Medicaid
At Aeroflow Urology, your dedicated Continence Care Specialist will check your eligibility and verify your coverage to handle the paperwork required for Medicaid health plans. We work with you to help find the right mix of high-quality products with appropriate absorbency 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.
To get started, simply fill out our quick qualify form.
Information provided on the Aeroflow Urology blog is not intended as a substitute for medical advice or care from a healthcare professional. Aeroflow recommends consulting your healthcare provider if you are experiencing medical issues relating to incontinence.