ADCES Staff with Contributor: Jeremy Hodson Pettus MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Division of Endocrinology UC, San Diego
Content Reviewer: Kristine Kilen, RD, CDCES Billings Clinic
The review of data from wearables and connected devices is an important part of the telehealth/virtual visit for the person with diabetes and their healthcare provider. This resource guide provides an overview to assist the person with diabetes to upload their personal data from insulin pumps in preparation for a visit with their healthcare provider.
Sharing your device report from a computer using CareLink
Go through these instructions to review how to set up a CareLink account and then download the device report on a computer. This will allow the data report to be shared with healthcare provider.
The Healthcare Provider will request a patient provider CareLink username and password. This will allow a link from the personal account to the healthcare provider's professional account via cloud. Each time an upload of device using the USB link the PWD will be able to view reports, and once accounts are linked the healthcare provider will also be able to view all up-loaded data.
Find Carelink software here.
If you need additional support, contact the 24-hour Medtronic Helpline for CareLink support at 1-800-646-4633, Extension 21103.
How to share your pump report with your healthcare provider
Ominipod and Ominpod DASH use Glooko to view and share data.
You can reach the 24-hour Omnipod/lnsulet Helpline at 1-800-591-3455.
You can reach the 24-hour Glooko Helpline at 1-800-206-6601
Sharing your pump report from your computer using t:connect
Go through these instructions to review how to set up a t:connect account and then download the insulin pump report on a computer. This will allow the insulin pump report to be shared with your healthcare provider.
For written step-by-step instructions, use the t:connect Getting Started Guide and User Guide.
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