About the Cost of Diabetes-Related Services
Estimates reflect the cost of the service only. The average cost displayed is based on insurance paid amount, plus patient’s copay, coinsurance, and deductible amounts. See the Methodology page for more information.
82947 Glucose, quantitative, blood (except reagent strip): A blood test that measures the level of glucose, using methods other than a reagent strip.
82948 Glucose, quantitative, blood, reagent strip: This test measures the amount of glucose in a patient’s blood using the reagent strip test method.
82950 Glucose, quantitative, blood, post glucose dose (includes glucose): This test analyzes a sample (typically blood) for glucose after the patient has consumed liquid or a meal with a high glucose content. This test is commonly used to diagnose diabetes.
82962 Blood glucose monitoring at home: Patients can obtain FDA-cleared devices to monitor their blood sugar levels at home using the fingerstick method. This is a convenient test often used by patients with diabetes.
G0108 Diabetes outpatient, individual, per 30 minutes: Diabetic training services teach patients how to cope with and manage their diabetes. In this case, the patient attends individual sessions.
83036 Hemoglobin; glycosylated (A1c): The A1C test measures the amount of sugar sticking to red blood cells. This gives the physician an understanding of the patient’s blood sugar level.
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