Does Dexcom Have a Patient Assistance Program?

Yes, Dexcom Patient Assistance Program offers financial assistance and discounts to US residents with type 1 diabetes who are at or below an identified poverty line. To be eligible to participate in the Dexcom Patient Assistance Program, you will need to complete an application and provide any requested supporting documentation.
You may be eligible for the Dexcom Patient Assistance Program if:
  • The patient is a resident of the United States
  • The patient has been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes
  • The patient has no insurance, or has insurance and is not enrolled in a state or government insurance plan
  • The patient is 2 years of age or older
  • The patient meets the household income guidelines for the program (currently 400% of the US Federal Poverty Level)
Click here to review criteria and apply.


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