Re: [IP] CVS Diabetes Testing Log- any Windows Vista software?
I have attached my carelink log to the 30 day log sheet when I did mail order
through Medicare and never heard back from them. I guess it was ok. I am using
Stop & Shop who is also in the Medicare competitive bid program, so I now pick
up my test strips there. Next time I will have to bring them my care link log.
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> On Jan 16, 2014, at 3:47 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 of
> 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 Attached"?
> 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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