How much does Eversense® E3 cost?

Understanding healthcare costs can be challenging, as there are many variables that can impact them. We can help you navigate this.

There are two aspects of the Eversense E3 cost:

  • Determine your Eversense CGM cost today, with and without insurance.

    1. The Eversense E3 product

    Price of the product will vary depending on your type of insurance.
  • Health care provider helps a patient, with approval for continuous glucose monitor insurance coverage, insert a CGM device.

    2. Sensor Insertion
    and Removal*

    Price is set by your Health Care Provider and will also vary depending on insurance.
  • Total Eversense E3 Cost

Depending on your insurance coverage, you may receive one bill for both or two separate bills.

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How can you pay for Eversense?

  • 200 million people have insurance that covers the Eversense E3 CGM System. If you're on insulin you might benefit from Eversense E3.

    To get started, you may be eligible for a $99 intro** ofer for your first sensor and transmitter. Through our Payment Assistance and Simple Savings (PASS) program, we offer multiple ways to help with access. You also may be eligible for our ongoing offer that can help cap out-of-pocket costs to $600 dollars** for six months. Click here to learn about the program.

    You can also pay with pre-tax dollars from your FSA or HSA.

    Have more questions? Click here to see frequently asked questions.
  • The Eversense E3 CGM System is covered by Medicare for insulin dependent patients who meet the Medicare coverage criteria. If you're on insulin you might benefit from Eversense.

    Click here to learn more and see if you're eligible for Eversense under Medicare.

    Have more questions? Click here to see frequently asked questions.
  • You can still benefit from Eversense E3 even if you don't have insurance. To help as much as we can, self-pay offers may become available through our Payment Assistance and Simple Savings (PASS) program. Please stay tuned!

    Have more questions? Click here to see frequently asked questions.

*The sensor is inserted/removed by a trained health care provider in the upper arm
** The offers above only apply to the cost of the sensor and transmitter or sensor. They do not cover the cost of the insertion or removal procedure.
Limitations and Restrictions may apply. Ascensia Diabetes Care reserves the right to change or terminate this program at any time without notice.


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