Ohio Medicaid is a state-run insurance option for kids, adults, seniors, and people with disabilities or certain medical conditions who live in Ohio.
Can I Get Incontinence Products Through Ohio Medicaid?
Yes. If you qualify, Ohio does currently provide incontinence products for both children (ages 3+) and adults as one of the medically necessary items under its Medicaid coverage of medical supplies.
With Ohio Medicaid, children may receive:
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- Bed pads.
- Booster pads.
Adults who receive Ohio Medicaid may receive:
- Adult briefs (adult diapers).
- Adult protective underwear (pull-ons).
- Booster pads.
- Bladder control pads.
- Underpads (chux).
Medicaid covered incontinence products are provided to Medicaid recipients through managed Medicaid plans that vary by state. Unfortunately, Medicare does not currently cover incontinence supplies.
What Is Required?
To be approved for incontinence supplies under Ohio Medicaid, you must have the following items and meet one or a combination of the following requirements. An Aeroflow Urology Specialist will help you gather all of this necessary information when checking your eligibility.
- Documented proof within the last 6 months that the items are considered medically necessary by a healthcare provider.
- The medical reason for needing supplies. Often, this will be a Certificate of Medical Necessity or a prescription, depending on your insurance. Your Continence Care Specialist will help obtain this from your healthcare provider.
- The estimated amount of supplies needed per day (i.e. 4 bladder control pads used daily, in addition to 2 disposable underpads).
- Must have a qualifying medical need, such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson’s disease, Down syndrome, etc.
- Children must be 3 or older.
- Must be enrolled in an Ohio Medicaid plan.
Medicaid Managed Care Plans in Ohio
If you qualify for Medicaid in Ohio, you may receive your coverage through one of these providers:
- United Healthcare.
- Buckeye Community Care.
- Paramount Advantage.
- Amerihealth Caritas.
How To Get Incontinence Products With Aeroflow Urology & Ohio Medicaid
At Aeroflow Urology, we know that continence care products shouldn't cost you money because they are essential to maintaining your health and quality of life. That's why we:
- Send you free samples of incontinence products so you can find your favorites before you order.
- Ship your supplies quickly in discreet packaging directy to your home.
- Send you reminders when it's time to refill your products so you don't run out.
- Take the hassle out of determining whether or not your qualify under Ohio Medicaid.
The process is simple and the best part is you don't need to leave your house (unless you need a prescription from your healthcare provider)-- it all happens through your mobile device or computer.
First, fill out our secure Eligibility Form.
We don't share your information with anyone else, and after confirmation of benefits and supplies, we'll contact you as soon as we hear back from your healthcare provider.
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. Insurance cards differ depending on the state you live in and the type of insurance you have (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?
Go to Your Local Diaper Bank
If you or a loved one has incontinence and you don’t qualify for incontinence products through Ohio Medicaid, you may be able to go to your local diaper bank or a diaper drive to get free products. Low-income families may qualify for free diapers through a diaper program, along with other healthcare products, including those 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.
- Diaper Bank of Greater Cleveland.
- Stark County Diaper Bank.
- Columbus Diaper Bank.
- Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank.
Information provided on the Aeroflow Urology website 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.