Dexcom is the #1 covered CGM brand1
One-third of patients with commercial insurance have a $0 copay and the majority pay $40 or less for their sensors.*,2
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* Refers to estimated out-of-pocket cost for eligible commercially insured patients from the Dexcom CGM System sensor when claims are adjudicated as a pharmacy benefit, and includes benefits and offerings through available Dexcom programs, such as the voucher program. Actual cost may vary and is subject to individual insurance coverage. † Receiver is required to be used along with smart device in order to receive Medicare benefits for CGM. Compatible smart devices sold separately. To view a list of compatible smart devices, visit dexcom.com/compatibility. ‡ Medicare covers Dexcom CGM for patients who meet the Medicare coverage criteria. For a list of Medicare coverage criteria, please visit the Center for Medicare and Medicaid services website. § Under Medicare’s DME fee schedule, reimbursement and coinsurance for CGMs using CPT codes A4239 and E2103 are the same, regardless of CGM brand. || Savings based on $200 off retail cash price of monthly sensor pack, $200 off G6 transmitter over 3-month period, and $240 off Dexcom G7 receiver over 1-year period.
1 Managed Markets Insights & Technology, LLC. MMIT Analytics, June 2022. 2 IQVIA February 2022