- Kentucky residents who weren’t eligible for Medicaid coverage may now be eligible.
- Kentucky Medicaid beneficiaries may be able to receive free incontinence products with Aeroflow Urology.
Kentucky recently lifted certain restrictions that were previously preventing many from obtaining Medicaid coverage. This means that if you’re a resident of the state who was denied Medicaid before, you may now be eligible!
INCONTINENCE PRODUCTS THROUGH INSURANCE:
Aeroflow Urology is in-network with many Medicaid and Medicaid-managed insurance plans and is accredited by Medicaid. Complete our Eligibility Form, and we’ll automatically check to see if your plan covers incontinence supplies. ***Must meet certain requirements to qualify.***
You will also receive the care and attention every person managing incontinence deserves: A personalized list of 100% insurance-covered incontinence supplies, a dedicated Continence Care Specialist you can contact during business hours, a user-friendly online portal for easy monthly reordering, and educational content.
Get the continence care you need with the dignity you deserve. Join the Aeroflow Urology family today! It only takes 5 minutes to get started.
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Why Should I Reapply for Kentucky Medicaid?
Kentucky Medicaid now offers more coverage for adults with incontinence. Adults living in Kentucky who previously did not meet Medicaid eligibility requirements may now be able to receive coverage.
We recommend that you reapply for Kentucky Medicaid if you were previously denied coverage because you may now be eligible. Being a Medicaid enrollee may qualify you for incontinence products 100% covered by your insurance plan.
Who Is Eligible for Kentucky Medicaid?
Children and adults who meet the requirements are eligible for Kentucky Medicaid.
- Children up to 1 year old with income up to 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL).
- Children 1 to 18 years old with income up to 147% of FPL.
- Adults 19-64 years old with income up to 138% of the FPL.
- Pregnant women with income up to 200% of the FPL.
- Adults aged 65 or older on low income.
- Parent and caretaker relatives on low income.
- Individuals with disabilities on low income.
What Health Services Does Kentucky Medicaid Cover?
- Regular check-ups.
- Preventative healthcare services.
- Inpatient and outpatient hospital services.
- Maternity and postpartum care.
- Vision and hearing services.
- Prescription drug coverage.
- Dental healthcare coverage.
- Medical equipment, like continence care products.
How Long Does it Take to Be Approved for Kentucky Medicaid?
Your application may take up to 60 days to be processed.
Can I Get Free Incontinence Products with Kentucky Medicaid?
If you or your loved one are residents of Kentucky and are enrolled in Kentucky Medicaid, you may qualify to receive free incontinence products with Aeroflow Urology. We offer medical-grade incontinence supplies, like adult pull-ons, bladder control pads, and pediatric diapers and pull-ups. To qualify, you must be diagnosed with incontinence and may need to have an underlying medical condition or disability that causes incontinence.
To find out if you or your loved one are eligible for free incontinence supplies, follow these steps:
- Apply for a Kentucky health plan online, by phone, or in person.
- Once approved for Kentucky Medicaid, submit your information through our secure Eligibility Form.
- Your coverage will be determined within 1-2 business days. We’ll then ship your order in discreet boxes to your door every month at no charge. We’ll also help you restock your supplies each month so you never run out.
New Enrollment, Revalidation or Maintenance - Cabinet for Health and Family Services. (n.d.). www.chfs.ky.gov. Retrieved January 10, 2024, from https://www.chfs.ky.gov/agencies/dms/provider/Pages/providerenroll.aspx
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.