I have Horizon BCBS of NJ. They approved the MM Guardian last summer, so in August '07 I started using the CGM. They paid for the monitor and some starter sensors. They paid for another box of 10 sensors shortly thereafter, and then 3 boxes of 10 sensors later in the fall. I’m able to use each sensor for 6 days, so I didn’t need anymore until May, at which point I ordered a box of 10. They have not paid for that. They are now refusing to cover any more even though they initially covered everything. They decided that CGM technology is “investigational” so they aren’t covering it now. I’m beyond angry about all of this needless to say because I’ve been using it for 10 months and have benefited greatly from it. I’ve asked several insurance people that I’ve talked to on the phone how they can designate it as “investigational” when it’s been FDA approved for 2+ years. Of course, no one has been able to give me a suitable explanation. I’ve submitted an appeal that included a lengthy letter, part of which was matter-of-fact, and part of which was more emotional, providing examples of times it helped me and times it could have helped me if I had been using it, including the time I ended up semi-conscious from a low while having, uh, marital relations. I just wanted to make it crystal clear to them how disruptive to life lows can be. I’ve taken photographs of the monitor graphs of 12 and 24-hour spans of virtually straight lines just for posterity’s sake, but I printed them out and included them in my appeal letter as visual ‘evidence’. I only have one sensor left, and am holding off using it for now. Since I’m CGM-less at the moment, I’m taking meticulous records (even though I’ve always been miserable at record-keeping) in case I need to submit another appeal. I’ll have more documentation to submit as evidence that my BG’s are less stable sans CGMS. It’s my goal to be a relentless thorn in their sides until they start covering it again.