Freestyle Libre

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You Can Do It WITHOUT Finger Sticks

The FreeStyle Libre 14 day system is an accurate, convenient, and easy way to get glucose readings and trends.

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Two Components

innovative sensor technology

  • No fingerstick calibration required
  • Small, discreet, and water resistant*
  • Can be worn for up to 14 days
  • Sensor automatically measures glucose readings day and night

compact, lightweight reader

  • Painless, one-second scan - even through clothing
  • Stores up to 90 days of glucose data
  • Backlit touchscreen for visibility

How to get started with FreeStyle Libre 14 day system

1. Get a prescription

Request a written prescription. Your healthcare professional can use our example as a guide.

 

2. Contact GNS Med Supplies

Fill your prescriptions GNS Medical Supplies.

Please call 810-208-6006 or fax your prescription to 810-208-6007

www.gnsmed.com

 

Contact GNS Medical Supplies to order your FreeStyle Libre 14 day system

Call 810-208-6006 or Fax 810-208-6007

  1. GNS will handle all paperwork and qualifying
  2. Easy Ordering
  3. You will receive your new FreeStyle Libre 14 day system within 5 days
  4. Complete Monthly Refills with Ease
  5. Hardship Assistance for those who qualify

 


If you are covered by Medicare:

The FreeStyle Libre 14 day system is covered by Medicare for those who qualify.*

Medicare Coverage Criteria*

Check the criteria for coverage:
Therapeutic CGMs and related supplies are covered by Medicare when all the following coverage criteria are met:

  • The beneficiary has diabetes mellitus; and
  • The beneficiary has been using a blood glucose monitor (BGM) and performing frequent (4 or more times a day) testing; and
  • The beneficiary is insulin-treated with multiple (3 or more) daily injections of insulin or a Medicare covered continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion (CSII) pump; and
  • The beneficiary’s insulin treatment regimen requires frequent adjustment by the beneficiary on the basis of BGM or CGM testing results; and
  • Within six (6) months prior to ordering the CGM, the treating practitioner has an in-person visit with the beneficiary to evaluate their diabetes control and determined that criteria (1-4) above are met; and
  • Every six (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.