It may just be a paperwork routing bookkeeping nonsense as Dave says. That’s the first thing that occurred to me, but you should keep an eye on it With health care reform at the top of many people’s agenda these days I wouldn’t be surprised to see insurers like BCBS scrambling around to get away with anything they can before the hammer comes down.
Keep your logs current and get your doctor on board. If you have any records or logs from before you started pumping, get them handy.
When BC started to cover CGMs I had already had one for over a year, but I submitted a claim to cover my sensors. I had to jump through hoops only to have them say “Well, his BG’s look fine, why does he need a CGM?” Doh! My BG’s were fine BECAUSE I was ALREADY using a CGM!! It was Alice in Wonderland for awhile until I was able to speak to someone who would look past the paper in front of their face and see the big picture.
Well, enough about me. It’s probably just a routine paperwork thing.
But be prepared.