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Advantage Value for Diabetes

Updated: May, 2019

The State Employee Group Insurance Program (SEGIP) provides Minnesota Advantage Health Plan members (18+) diagnosed with diabetes access to reduced out-of-pocket costs for high-value medical and pharmacy services that are primarily for diabetes. Eligible medical services include physician office visits, dietitian office visits, diabetic retinal eye exams, lab tests, diabetic testing supplies, and pharmacist consults. Eligible pharmacy services include diabetic testing supplies as well as diabetes, hypertension, cholesterol, and depression medications.


Adult (18+) SEGIP Advantage Plan members (whether active participant, dependent, early retiree, or former employee who has continued coverage (FEWD, COBRA)) are eligible if they have been diagnosed with Type I or Type II diabetes. Advantage Consumer Directed Health Plan (High-Deductible) members are not eligible.


Waived or reduced out-of-pocket member costs for eligible medical services primarily for diabetes, diabetic testing supplies, drugs, and medication therapy management. Please read the Advantage Value for Diabetes benefit description to learn more. Please see the Advantage Value for Diabetes Eligible Drug List that contains all eligible medications and diabetic testing supplies.

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