Who do you get to renew your insulin pump grant?Does it have to be an endocrinologist or can you use your family doctor?

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Hi Dee. You must get the forms from the ADP and take them to your endo to complete, then you send them in. I don't think your family doctor can do this if you are under the care of an endocrinologist.

That's what I thought.My endo charged me 40.00 to fill it out.I know it would be alot cheaper than buying pump supplies.The fact being that it probably only takes a few minutes to fill it out.Urghhhh

It's my understanding that only an Endo can complete forms. As a Type 2, I am paying for my pump myself, I wish ADP would cover us too!

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