Note: Medicare prescription drug coverage (Part D) may cover insulin, certain medical supplies used to inject insulin (like syringes), and some oral diabetic drugs. Check with your plan for more information. You may need to use specific suppliers for some types of diabetic testing supplies. Visit Medicare.gov/supplier directory to find a list of suppliers for your area.
Doctor and other health care provider services
Medicare covers medically necessary doctor services (including outpatient services and some doctor services you get when you’re a hospital inpatient) and covered preventive services . Medicare also covers services provided by other health care providers, like physician assistants, nurse practitioners, social workers, physical therapists, and psychologists. Except for certain preventive services (for which you may pay nothing), you pay 20% of the Medicare -approved amount, and the Part B deductible applies
Foot exams and treatment
Medicare covers foot exams and treatment if you have diabetes -related nerve damage and/or meet certain conditions. You pay 20% of the Medicare-approved amount , and the Part B deductible applies. In a hospital outpatient setting, you also pay the hospital a copayment .
Source: Medicare & You 2017