Dexcom CLARITY

How does a clinic get started with Dexcom CLARITY?

Register your clinic at https://clarity.dexcom.com/professional/registration. Whoever completes the registration will be considered the account administrator with full ability to add and manage staff accounts.

What are the computer and internet requirements required for Dexcom CLARITY?

Users might need administrator privileges to install software on their computers.

A broadband network connection of 1.5 Mbps or more is required to install the software from the web, upload data or view the online User Guide.

It is recommended that you use an appropriate firewall program and an anti-virus program on your computer to protect against viruses, malware and unauthorized access to and use of your computer and the information stored, processed and transmitted by it.

Dexcom CLARITY supports the following system configurations:

Why do I need to change my clinic user password?

Dexcom CLARITY follows industry security standards and password expirations are a best practice. You can change your clinic user password when prompted or at anytime from Settings at the top of the page.

How do I view patient data?

Once a patient has been added to the Patient list, click the patient name to invite them to share their data or choose to upload receiver data. Once sharing has initiated or receiver uploaded, click the patients name, then click Go to interative reports.

How do patients share data with my clinic?

If your clinic has a Dexcom CLARITY account, add the patient to your patient list, then click Share data to view, print, or email a share invitation. The patient enters the Sharing Code from the invitation in either their personal Dexcom CLARITY account or in their Dexcom CLARITY app. Once sharing is established, it continues until the patient or clinic decides to stop sharing and manually stops it within Dexcom CLARITY.

Is patient data shown in real-time or is it delayed?

For mobile users, CLARITY displays glucose data from a Dexcom CGM system 3 hours after the data is captured. This means that the most recent data you view in CLARITY is at least 3 hours old.

For Dexcom Receiver users, the data is as current as the last upload.

What reports can I view in Dexcom CLARITY?

  • Overview - presents up to four clinically relevant patterns, dashboard statistics as well as the patient’s Best Day. This quick summary can help focus the discussion on problem areas contributing to hyper- and hypoglycemia. When printed, this one page summary contains all information for billing 95251* - a CPT code covered by most insurance carriers.
  • Patterns - dive deeper into each of the four clinically relevant patterns. Each pattern provides graphs of the days that contribute to that pattern.

How do I save or print reports?

You can save or print all reports from Dexcom CLARITY for up to 90 days of data. While viewing a patient’s interactive report, from the top of the page click Print Reports to print or Download Reports to save. Then, choose a date range and any or all of the reports.

Can I export raw data?

Yes. Dexcom CLARITY has the option to export data as a CSV file viewable in Excel. Export from one patient by clicking the patient name, then click Export. Or, export for all patients in your Patient List by clicking Export all data from the top of your Patient List page.

What is Glucose Management Indicator (GMI)?

Glucose Management Indicator (GMI) approximates the laboratory A1C level expected based on average glucose measured using continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) values. Average glucose is derived from at least 12 days of CGM data. The GMI may be similar to, higher than, or lower than the laboratory A1C. Differences between GMI and laboratory A1C may reflect differences among an individual’s red blood cell lifespan, how glucose binds to hemoglobin, or due to a recent fluctuation in glucose control.

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