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Our launch date for the new TuDiabetes website has been moved back 24 hours
When you log into TuDiabetes tomorrow (April 21st) you will find yourself in our new home!
If you want to join the TuDiabetes community please send an e-mail to TuDiabetesAdmin@gmail.com. We will send you an invitation to join after the migration is completed.
I have Medicare and Tri-Care for Life health insurance, and they no longer fund the Continuous Glucose Monitoring device. I have learned how to handle the severe lows and after working with my endocrinologist, who changed my basals so I rarely get the lows. Nevertheless, it was useful to have when traveling. Has anyone else (oldsters!) been rejected?
Medicare never DID cover the CGM, because they consider it experimental. Secondary and supplemental insurances may vary. I'm under a year and a half away from Medicare, and terrified of losing my CGM, but haven't yet found out whether my ins. (which will be secondary) will cover it as they have been doing.