Kaiser is now in the approval process to cover CGM. According to my physician, they will cover a CGM and sensors under the durable medical supplies category. They will only cover type-1 diabetes, your physician must recommend it, and you must have visited you Endocrinologist at least three times in the last year. He also told me that they will likely cover the Lifestyle brand of CGM so if you use another, good luck, I use the DexCom although honestly, even though its sensors last for weeks, the receiver is junk and DexCom doesn’t back its products. If you plan to buy a CGM from this company, keep that in mind. My receiver failed two months after I purchased it and the replacement ten months after that. The support person kept having me reset it until it failed completely just a few weeks after the warranty expired. How convenient for them. Now they want $800 to replace it-it is now a paperweight and I have $300 in sensors. The transmitter lasts for one to one and one-half years and when it needs replacement, budget another $400 to 500. DexCom been steadfast in their warranty denial and I suspect that they may be in financial difficulty. I will not replace my CGM until Kaiser makes an exact decision of what they will cover and for how much. That is expected in the next week or two.