Texas Medicaid Coverage for Incontinence Supplies


Texas Medicaid Coverage for Incontinence SuppliesDo you have Texas Medicaid? Are you seeking a reliable incontinence supply provider?

180 Medical is here to help you. Not only do we provide incontinence supplies, but we also specialize in intermittent catheters and ostomy products. On top of that, Texas Medicaid is a great insurance option that may cover the cost of your incontinence products.

Does Texas Medicaid Cover Incontinence Supplies?

Currently, based on Texas Medicaid guidelines, your incontinence products have to be medically necessary in order for Medicaid to cover the cost. In other words, your prescribing doctor or other licensed and qualified healthcare practitioner such as a Physician’s Assistant (PA) must write an order for the incontinence products that you need as part of your incontinence management plan.

Sometimes, Texas Medicaid may also require pre-approval or additional authorization of your incontinence supplies. In other words, you may have to wait until they fully approve coverage of your order of incontinence supplies before receiving your first order.

Which Incontinence Supplies Does Texas Medicaid Cover?

This all depends on what supplies are medically necessary for your incontinence treatment plan.

However, many eligible enrollees in Texas Medicaid may receive such disposable incontinence products as diapers or briefs, booster pads and liners, protective pull-on underwear, and underpads (chux).

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Ready to Start Your Incontinence Supply Order?

You can find out more about what your Texas Medicaid plan requires by contacting us at 180 Medical. Our experts will be glad to serve you in verifying your coverage and taking care of getting any necessary documentation required.

In addition, we’ll help you find the best incontinence products to fit your unique body and needs. Just call us or contact us on our Live Chat during business hours to experience the personalized, compassionate service experience that keeps our customers coming back.

 

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