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CareLink Archive

Endo Appointment – Check; Upload – Check

It's that time again?the three-month check-in/check-up at the doctor's office. Time to get everything together: logbook, refills needed, questions or concerns jotted down. The part I used to dread was the most was the logbook part. Making sure I had the right cables for the right devices, uploading three devices (meter, pump and CGM) and

Important Update on CareLink Personal

Last month, Dr. Kauffman shared how when patients upload to CareLink it helps provide her with valuable information that helps make the most of their visit together. Today, we're very excited to share the news that CareLink Personal is available for use with even more computer systems and software. The much anticipated support for

Arming Your Endo With Information: Uploading To CareLink

As an Endocrinologist it's important for me to have as much information as possible when I meet with a patient and their family. That's why CareLink is so important to me in my practice. It gives me more detailed information than blood work or what my patients typically volunteer.

Back To School With Diabetes: Part 2

Today we continue with Part 2 of Dr. Dewan's post on using CareLink Personal Software in schools to better monitor students with diabetes throughout the day and improve communication between families, physicians and school nurses. Last time he talked about set-up and addressing roadblocks. In this entry, he talks about maximizing CareLink once it's

Back To School With Diabetes: Part 1

Today we're thrilled to feature a guest post from Dr. Asheesh Dewan, a pediatric endocrinologist from Las Vegas, Nevada. Dr. Dewan has worked with several parents and school administrators and nurses in the Las Vegas area to implement CareLink Personal Software in more than 50 schools to better monitor students with diabetes throughout the