Breaking Down Cost and Payment Options for Eversense® E3

Understanding healthcare costs can be challenging, as there are many variables that can impact them. We can help you navigate this.

There are two components for the Eversense cost:

  • 1. The Eversense product

    Price of the product will vary depending on your type of insurance.
  • 2. Sensor Insertion
    and Removal*

    Price is set by your Health Care Provider and will also vary depending on insurance.
  • Total Eversense Cost

Depending on your insurance coverage, you may receive one bill for both or two separate bills.

How can you pay for Eversense?

  • 200 million people have insurance that covers the Eversense 90-Day System. If you're on insulin you might benefit from Eversense.

    If you can't afford your co-pay or if Eversense is not covered, you might be eligible for the Patient Assistance Program, that can offer savings of up to $300 dollars per sensor and transmitter per year††. Click here to learn about the program.

    You can also pay with pre-tax dollars from your FSA or HSA.

    Have more questions? Click here to see frequently asked questions.
  • The Eversense 90-Day System is covered by Medicare for insulin dependent patients who meet the Medicare coverage criteria. If you're on insulin you might benefit from Eversense.

    Eligible Medicare users may pay as little as zero dollars out of pocket.*

    Click here to learn more and see if you're eligible for Eversense under Medicare.

    Have more questions? Click here to see frequently asked questions.
  • You can still benefit from Eversense even if you don't have insurance. Our Patient Assistance Program may be able to help reduce out of pocket cost. Click here to learn more about it.

    Credit institutions like Care Credit could be another option to help you pay for medical expenses not covered by insurance

    Have more questions? Click here to see frequently asked questions.

*The sensor is inserted/removed by a trained health care provider in the upper arm

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