I had BCBS of IL through an employer and both Dexcom and Omnipod were covered by pharmacy benefit with 3 months delivery from express scripts. But then I was laid off and signed up for insurance directly through BCBS of RI and only Omnipod has discounted coverage as a prescription while Dexcom is very expensive through the medical durable goods and only would be affordable after the deductible is met (which I won't meet this year). Be careful of prescription plans with Tiers of drugs at different costs. One plan had drugs that would cost full price until deductible is met so cost would be $1,000 for my sons dermatology medicine while under a different plan would be $30. My current plan is expensive per month (over $1,000 for family plan) but it's intended to almost giveaway preventative medicine like insulin is $2 for a months supply. Too bad they don't understand a CGM (Dexcom) is also preventative care and keeps me out of an emergency room. I'm currently requesting a waiver to get discounted cost for Dexcom but no luck yet.