Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM)

If you are living with type 1 or type 2 diabetes, Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) can help you make more informed treatment decisions that lead to better glycemic control.

Healthy Living provides Dexcom, Freestyle Libre,
and Medtronic CGM systems.

Click on the CGM systems below for more details!

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Are you on Medicare? Learn about CGM for Medicare members here.

How does CGM work?

A continuous glucose monitor is a small, wearable device system that tracks your glucose throughout the day and night, notifying you of highs and lows so you can take action. A CGM system consists of three parts:

  1. Small, under-the-skin sensor that measures glucose levels in the interstitial tissue

  2. Transmitter that attaches to the sensor and transmits data

  3. Receiver or smart device that displays real-time glucose information

Why is CGM so helpful?

Continuous glucose monitoring can help you make the best possible treatment decisions. With CGM, you will see your blood glucose trend data instead of basing your choices solely on a single number from a blood glucose meter reading.

You can also set thresholds for high and low numbers, and the CGM will alert you when it senses your glucose levels have moved out of the safe range you set. 

We love to help.

You can reach our Insulin Pump & CGM Therapy Team via phone call
at (866)779-8512 (select option 2) or text message at (248)577-9903.

Fill out the form below to learn more about insurance eligibility and different CGM options.

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