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As referenced in the New York State Medicaid Update - September 2021 Volume 37 - Number 11, New York State (NYS) Medicaid does not cover prescription or physician-administered drugs used for the treatment of sexual dysfunction (SD) or erectile dysfunction (ED).
Additionally, Medicaid does not reimburse any supplies or procedures used to treat SD or ED for individuals required to register as sex offenders.
Please be aware of this policy when treating patients.
For more information, review the New York State Medicaid update. For answers to specific questions, contact UnitedHealthcare Provider Services at 866-362-3368.