Islets of Hope state diabetes insurance coverage laws

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Information for this article was compiled and edited by Lahle A. Wolfe, Islets of Hope.

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Article Sources

National Conference of State Legislatures

Government Accountability Office (GAO) report number GAO-05-210 entitled "Managing Diabetes: Health Plan Coverage of Services and Supplies;" released on March 28, 2005.


Federal Laws Pertaining to Persons with Diabetes

Diabetes Assistance Programs

Diabetes Laws

Montana - State Diabetes Insurance Coverage Laws


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Montana has mandated coverage for diabetes care.

Summary of Provisions

  • Requirement related to diabetes?  Yes
  • Diabetes Education services covered?  Yes
  • Medical nutritional therapy covered?  No
  • Diabetes supplies covered?  Yes
  • Specified supplies covered?  Yes

 H. 406 of 2001 - Law signed 4/30/2001. Requires group disability insurers to cover outpatient self-management training and education and the following diabetic equipment and supplies: insulin, syringes; injection aids; devices for self-monitoring of glucose levels test strips; visual reading and urine test strips; one insulin pump and accessories to insulin pumps; one prescriptive oral agent used to control blood sugar levels; and glucagon emergency kits. Coverage must include a $250 benefit per person per year.

 

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