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Diabetes management starts with accurate glucose readings, trends and continuous feedback so that providers and patients can make educated decisions that result in better outcomes. At Dexcom, we are always working to deliver the highest quality products and ongoing support to our providers, educators and caregivers.

Below, please find a compilation of guides, checklists, tutorials and other resources to help you educate your patients on how to manage their diabetes with a Dexcom Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) System.

The first prescription should include three items: 1 receiver, 1 wireless transmitter, and 1 three-pack of sensors.

1 Receiver

(Indicated for one-year use)

Learn more about the alerts and alarms features with the Dexcom G6 CGM System.

Dexcom G6 Alerts and Alarms (PPT)

With the factory-calibrated Dexcom G6, users do not need to calibrate the CGM. By entering the sensor code labeled on each sensor into the user’s display device, the Dexcom G6 provides accurate sensor glucose readings.  This presentation...

Required documentation for prescribing CGM to Medicare patients

When prescribing a Dexcom CGM System to a Medicare patient, the Certificate of Medical Necessity is a required part of the document package for Medicare reimbursement. This form...

Required documentation for prescribing CGM to Medicare patients

When prescribing a Dexcom CGM System to a Medicare patient, the Assignment of Benefits form is a necessary part of the document package for Medicare reimbursement. This form is to...

This presentation provides information about how continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) use could be incorporated into a 504 plan as well as an overview of the Dexcom G6 CGM System. The CGM overview includes a brief introduction to G6 features, how...

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