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Minnesota Medicaid Coverage for Catheters

If you need catheters and are enrolled with Minnesota Medicaid, you’re probably wondering if you can receive your urologic supplies as a covered benefit. We have the information you need!

Minnesota Medicaid Coverage for CathetersDoes Minnesota Medicaid Cover Catheters?

Yes, Minnesota Medicaid does cover catheter supplies. Current guidelines dictate that eligible beneficiaries with Medicaid of Minnesota may be able to receive most types of catheters as well.

For example, you may be eligible to get intermittent straight catheters, coudé catheters, hydrophilic catheters, or closed system catheters. This would include all available sizes and lengths.

180 Medical has one of the largest selections of catheter types and brands on the market today. If you’re ready to find out what catheter will work and feel best for your needs, contact us. We’re ready to help you find the products that can turn your life around.

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How Many Catheters Can I Receive Through Minnesota Medicaid?

First, make sure you see your doctor. In order to be eligible, you will need a valid diagnosis and prescription. In addition, Minnesota Medicaid may require additional doctor’s notes to back up the diagnosis.

Depending on your diagnosis, prescription, and medical needs, be aware Medicaid of Minnesota will allow up to 180 catheters per calendar month. This is approximately enough to catheterize 6 times per day. However, this will depend on your doctor’s prescription.

If your doctor has prescribed more than 180 catheters per month, you may be able to receive more. However, this will require a process of pre-authorization.

If that sounds confusing, don’t worry. 180 Medical doesn’t just have catheter experts on staff. We also have insurance experts who understand catheter coverage inside and out. If you need some help understanding your Medicaid benefits or if you’re ready to find out which catheter will work best for you, give us a call.

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