Patients who have medical or prescription coverage through any government program, including but not limited to Medicare, Medicaid, the Railroad Employees National Health and Welfare Plan, Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHB) U.S. Public Health Service, Indian Health Service, Federal Health Program for Alaska Natives, State Children's Health Program (CHIP or SCHIP), Military Health System including Civilian Health and Medical Program for the Uniformed Services (TRICARE), Veterans Health Care (VA), Office of Workers' Compensation Program, federal prison hospitals, federal black lung benefits, state legal immigrant impact assistance grants, federal pre-existing condition insurance plans, Federal Reimbursement of Emergency Health Services to Undocumented Aliens, Ryan White AIDS/HIV Program, Health Services Corps, Health Systems for Peace Corps Volunteers, and U.S. Merchant Marine Health Services.
Questions in this section
- How do I sign up for the Roche Diabetes Care Program?
- Do I need a prescription for the Roche meter or testing strips?
- How long will the Roche free meter and discounted testing strips be available through Blink?
- If the first Accu-Chek Guide meter is free through Blink, why do I need to enter my credit card information?
- Can I get a free meter if I’ve already gotten a free year’s supply of medication through the #TreatType2 program?
- Is there a limit to how many Guide meters I can receive for free?
- Will other Roche products be available through Blink or is it just the Accu-Chek Guide system?
- Does Blink Health deliver testing strips and medications in the mail?
- How do your Accu-Chek testing strip prices compare to what is available on Amazon and other discount retailers?
- Why did Blink launch the Roche Diabetes Care Program?
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