Commercial Coverage in the US

More than 150 million Americans now have insurance coverage for Kerecis’ medical-fish-skin wound treatment

Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Millions more Americans are now eligible for insurance coverage for Kerecis’ medical-fish-skin technology. Many U.S. private insurers recently rated Kerecis MariGen as “medically necessary” for diabetic foot ulcers that have not healed with standard therapy.

As a result, several private insurance companies have decided to cover the Kerecis fish-skin technology, in addition to previously existing Medicare coverage. This milestone means that approximately 150 million Americans — around 45% of the country’s population — can now enjoy the benefits of the patented fish-skin treatment.

Kerecis MariGen now has commercial coverage for Diabetic Foot Ulcers from the following commercial payers:
• Anthem BCBS and its affiliated plans
• Amerigroup Real Solutions
• BCBS Georgia
• BCBS Minnesota
• BlueChoice HealthPlan of South Carolina
• Empire BCBS
• Healthlink
• Simply Healthcare
• Unicare

Lives covered
Anthem BCBS and its affiliated plans cover 46.8 million lives

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