A prescription for the Freestyle Libre 2 reader and sensors is good for six months. Otherwise, a new Rx is required.
Yes, the FreeStyle Libre 2 system requires a prescription.
- The product should be unopened, Undamaged
- The product should have been shipped to you within the last 14 days.
The cost is dependent on the amount covered by the insurance. The product’s price in cash is usually under $190 for sensors (28 Days’ Supply) and $110 for the reader.
Medicare and Medicaid would cover the FreeStyle Libre 2 system services if the individual met the eligibility criteria. You need a written order/prescription for the FreeStyle Libre 2; for more details, please consult/visit your doctor to see how it can help manage your diabetes.
The Department of Defense Tricare does provide coverage for the FreeStyle Libre 2 if you meet the criteria for eligibility. Please get in touch with your physician for an assessment and a prescription.
The Freestyle Libre 2 needs a prescription, and you might be able to buy it with your FSA card. Please contact your health insurance company to check if you can use your FSA card.