Re: [IP] CVS Diabetes Testing Log- any Windows Vista software?
Use Carelink to get "Data Export (CSV)" report.
Open this in Excel, delete the unneeded columns and rows.
If you want to format it further, copy and paste into a Word document.
On Thu, Jan 16, 2014 at 12:47 PM, Bob2 Weitzman
<email @ redacted>wrote:
> I have just received a blank(pro forma) testing log from CVS.
> The cover letter says that in order for Medicare to pay for my BG test
> strips, I need to document my daily testing results for a full month.
> I test 12 times per day; I use the Paradigm Revel 723 pump, and I put all
> my tests into the pump.
> About every 3 weeks or so, I upload to the Carelink application at
> Carelink is a great database tool, and it prints outs a very nice looking
> daily log of all my tests.
> So wouldn't it be great if I could just staple the Carelink daily log
> printout to the blank log sheet and write on the blank form: "See
> Otherwise I have to very labouriously copy over every single one of my
> tests, which for one month is 360 entries! Yikes, talk about repetitive
> motion injury.
> So has anyone got an automated solution to this problem?
> Perhaps Medicare would accept my Carelink log? Has anyone tried this?
> (And all this to justify more than Medicare's limit for Insulin dependent
> diabetes of 3 tests per day. But that's a subject for another post!)
> Thanks so much for any advice or pointers.
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