You can order diabetic supplies from a variety of sources, including your healthcare provider, a pharmacy, a medical supply store, or online retailers.
Yes, many insurance plans cover the cost of diabetic supplies, but it’s important to check with your insurance provider to confirm coverage.
You should contact the supplier as soon as possible to cancel or modify your order. Depending on how far along the order is in the process, there may be limitations to what changes can be made.
Payment methods can vary depending on the supplier, but many accept credit cards, PayPal, or other forms of electronic payment.
If you live in the states of Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, West Virginia or Kentucky, you will be charged sales tax. By law, we are required to collect sales tax on any item purchased from any state that we have a physical location in.
This can vary depending on the supplier, but some suppliers may offer payment plans or financing options.
If you are having trouble paying for your diabetic supplies, you should contact your insurance provider and/or the supplier directly to discuss payment options and potential assistance programs.
You can check your insurance plan’s coverage details or contact your insurance provider directly to confirm coverage.