Now Offering the Freestyle Libre 14-Day System

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Why prick when you can scan?

  • Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) system available to eligible Medicare beneficiaries and others.

  • Fingerstick-free blood glucose monitoring with a small glucose sensor worn under the skin and connected to a circular patch, slightly larger than a quarter.

  • Worn on the upper arm with 14-day wear time, allowing user to view blood glucose levels with the swipe of a hand-held reader.

  • More effective disease management and better treatment decisions.



World-class customer service is now available to Medicare members across the United States for the Freestyle Libre CGM system.

Start the enrollment process now to receive the great customer care you deserve.

Enrollment Process

  1. Read the Medicare Coverage Criteria below to make sure you qualify.

  2. Fill out the Get Started Form below, call the Healthy Living CGM Team at 866.779.8512 (option 2), or text us at 248.577.9903.

  3. Or, download the Healthy Living enrollment form and take it with you to your doctor’s office - once completed your doctor should fax to 866.779.8512.

  4. A Healthy Living CGM Team Member will work with you and your doctor to obtain the additional documentation required.

  5. Once all documentation has been submitted to Healthy Living, we will ship your order to your home.

Medicare Coverage Criteria for CGM

Therapeutic CGMs and related supplies are covered by Medicare when all of the following coverage criteria are satisfied:

  1. The Medicare member has diabetes mellitus, and

  2. The member has been using a blood glucose monitor to test 4 or more times a day, and

  3. The member uses insulin with 3 or more multiple daily injections or is on a insulin pump, and

  4. The member’s insulin treatment regimen requires frequent adjustments by the member on the basis of blood glucose monitor readings or CGM results, and

  5. Within the past 6 months prior to ordering the CGM, the treating practitioner has had an in-person visit the with member to evaluate their diabetes control and determined that criteria 1-4 above are met, and

  6. Every 6 months following the initial prescription of the CGM, the treating practitioner has an in-person visit with the beneficiary to assess adherence to their CGM regimen and diabetes treatment plan.


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Get Started with the Freestyle Libre

Fill out the form below and a member of our CGM Therapy Team will contact you to answer questions or begin enrollment.

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