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Using a blood glucose meter to check your blood sugar levels is an important part of your diabetes care. Your doctor will let you know how often you should check your blood sugar. You’ll also get a prescription for diabetic test strips that work with your meter.
And if you have Prime Therapeutics (Prime) as your pharmacy benefit manager, you may now pay a lower amount (copay or coinsurance) when buying certain diabetic test strips at the pharmacy or through the home delivery program.
Log in to your Blue Access for MembersSM (BAMSM) or myprime.com account to see how much your test strips will cost. Depending on your plan, you may now pay a lower cost for some diabetic test strips.
Any dispensing limits will still apply. You may also need to pay an added charge if you use certain pharmacies, such as a non-preferred pharmacy (for plans on the Preferred Pharmacy Network) or out-of-network pharmacy (for any plan).
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