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iGlucose® Meter

The iGlucose® Meter is a simple, convenient and affordable diabetes care solution.
  • Automatic recording and sharing of blood glucose results via text message or email
  • Connects seamlessly to the Cloud, creating personalized graphs and log books
  • Accurate and simple to use
  • No downloading apps, pairing or syncing devices
  • iGlucose® portals connect patients and their healthcare teams between visits
  • iGlucose® Coach provides encouragement and result-based suggestions
CCS Medical offers all the top connected glucose meters for LivingConnected participants. To learn more about our LivingConnected program, call 1.800.966.2046.


  • Memory Results: 500
  • Reporting Range: 20-600 mg/dL
  • Minimum Sample Size: .075 microliters
  • Averages: 7, 14, 30, 60, 90 days
  • Test Time: 5 seconds
  • Computer Download: Yes
  • Coding: Automatic
  • Size: 104 mm x 49.8 mm x 16.5 mm
  • Weight: 85 g
  • Meter Color: White
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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is responsible for getting the insurance authorizations for medical supplies?

Does the company provide service and supplies to Medicare and Medicaid patients?

Are you a participating provider with other insurance companies?

Are all products covered by my insurance company?

How much will a patient have to pay for his or her product?

Do I need to apply for Medicare when I turn 65?

Who can receive benefits for diabetes self-management training?

How do I know my diabetes supplies are covered by Medicare?

How much is reimbursed for each product?

Does everyone pay the same amount for the Part B premium?

Are there limits on the quantity of diabetes supplies that Medicare will reimburse?

How do I replace my Medicare card?

If I am 65 and ready to retire and my employer is going to provide me with benefits, do I need Medicare?

Does Medicare cover my spouse and family?

What is the difference between Medicare and Medicaid?

Where should I send my Medicare premium payment?

Who can I contact for more information about Medicare eligibility?