Reassure Yourself With Continuous Glucose Monitoring
What is a Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM)?
A CGM system is a small device that measures glucose levels throughout the day and night, providing measurements every few minutes and creating trend lines 24/7. This constant stream of information gives you vital information to use when making decisions about how to manage your blood sugar. Typically, you can wear a sensor for 10-14 days, depending on the manufacturer’s FDA approval. The reader/receiver displays and stores your glucose data so you can download readings, review history, and identify glucose trends.
Do you qualify for a CGM?
Types of CGMs
EHCS carries the most popular CGM systems, including Dexcom and the FreeStyle Libre System. Many insurances, including Medicare (review Medicare’s guidelines here), cover CGM technology, and most CGMs function separately from an insulin pump.
Take Control Of Your Diabetes
Continuous Glucose Monitors (CGMs) provide a more comprehensive overview of your blood sugar levels. It helps eliminate the “guessing game” when it comes to making decisions about your blood glucose management. Whether you’re looking to prevent frequent episodes of hypoglycemia, plan a pregnancy, improve blood sugar control with gastroparesis, or achieve an optimal A1C level, a CGM may be the best fit for you!
EHCS works with Medicare, Medicaid and most commercial insurance plans nationwide. Getting started is easy: You can complete the enrollment form, email DCC@myEHCS.com or call 888-344-3434 to be connected with your dedicated Diabetes Care Coordinator.