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Study to Understand Gaining Access to Blood Glucose Records

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Study to Understand Gaining Access to Blood Glucose Records

This study is a two-arm randomized controlled trial in which participants will receive either the Livongo Health system or iHealth glucose meter for measuring their blood glucose. The study hypothesizes the use of the Livongo Health system results in a greater improvement in A1c compared to standard blood glucose monitoring, as demonstrated by the iHealth Bluetooth-enabled glucose meter.

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No pharmaceutical medication involved common.study.methods.has-drugs-no
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Device - Livongo Health System

Participants will be asked to use the Livongo Health System to manage their blood glucose.

Device - iHealth Glucose Meter

Participants will be asked to use the iHealth Glucose Meter to take blood glucose measurements.

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Study to Understand Gaining Access to Blood Glucose Records (SUGAR), A Randomized Controlled Trial of the Effect of the Livongo Health Diabetes Management Program vs. Standard Care on Glycemic Control

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NCT02956642

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