All Discussions Tagged 'strips' (77)

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How many Test Strips do you use in 1 month? Just Curious.

I seem to be a compulsive "tester".....I was just wondering if I am "out there" on how many Test Strips I use. I will say about 400-500 a m…

Started by Robyn

588 on Friday
Reply by Timbeak48

one touch strips

I have always trusted my one touch meter. Because the strips are so expensive I bought a Reli On Prime. The Prime meter consistently reads…

Started by Oldspook

32 Jan 14
Reply by jewels

Onetouch monopoly?

I have 2 different prescription plans. Last year one of them declared they will only cover onetouch strips. starting next year (tomorrow) m…

Started by Sam

17 Jan 1
Reply by artwoman

Differences in diabetic supplies

My insurance company just sent a 2015 update on what medicines they will cover and other changes in the current policy. I am on Humalog rig…

Started by sdkate

14 Dec 20, 2014
Reply by jims

Omnipod's Freestyle test strips & Medicare

I was just told that Abbott will no longer allow the Medicare approved supplier to provide the Freestyle test strips; they will only be sol…

Started by annecy

6 Dec 17, 2014
Reply by annecy

Accu-Chek Aviva Test Strips LOT 493755

Any one experience this Accu-Chek problem? I checked carefully to ensure I was given the correct strips for my meter. Some of my supply fro…

Started by Spock

5 Dec 1, 2014
Reply by Andrew Phillips

Figuring out Medicare

Can anyone give me a hint on how to maneuver Medicare in order to get test strips covered? I was forcible switched to Medicare and moved to…

Started by Mary Jo

5 Sep 20, 2014
Reply by jims

Grrr... Strips for Medtronic Paired Glucose Meter no Longer covered by my insurance

I use the Bayer Contour Next link glucometer that was provided with my new Medtronic 530g pump in late 2013.My insurance company is Medical…

Started by Brunetta

8 Sep 16, 2014
Reply by acidrock23

iHealth Lab's launches "world’s smallest, most portable mobile glucometer"

So I'm curious who else saw this mobile personal healthcare company announce their really small glucometer that attaches to an android or i…

Started by SSD

4 Aug 8, 2014
Reply by laurenc873

Prior Authorization for test stips

Hello everyone, I have recently changed insurance which has made everything that I get related to DM management be re-evaluated. My insurer…

Started by nrioles

0 Aug 5, 2014

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