HME has supplied the diabetic market for two decades.  We entered the market under the label Smart Diabetes. The Glucose meter was recently upgraded to communicate through the cellular gateway. HME offers the smart glucose meter that is rated by fda for hospital use and supplied to the public at the lowest price in the industry. Our Smart meter makes managing your diabetes simple by automatically capturing and analyzing each test result, you no longer need to document and keep track of a logbook. The Meter is designed to immediately transmit every test result, using the latest Bluetooth Health Device Protocol to a HIPAA secure health cloud, which analyzes each test result based on a contingency architecture approved by the patient’s healthcare provider. when the Cellular gateway is used the data will transmit in real-time. If an acute or episodic event is recognized during the analytic review, the platform will automatically generate a notification for any person or persons, which have been authorized by the patient to receive alerts. The alerts can be predefined by your care provider to be delivered via IVR, Text, Email, or a combination.
  • Using a control solution to run a check on your meter and test strips, to know they are working can give you peace of mind.
  • The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) suggests using control solution:
  • Every time you open a new container of test strips
    Occasionally as you use the container of test strips
    If you drop the meter
    Whenever you get unusual results (high or low)
  • Control Solution Tips
    Things to keep in mind about control solution
  • Discard an open vial after 90 days. When you open a new vial, write the date on it.
    Discard expired solution, even if unopened.
    Check the range of glucose values. Many systems require two vials of the solution: one checks values in the low range, the other in the high range. Often both vials are sold together.
  • Ask your doctor for a prescription. Many insurance plans (including Medicare Part B) include coverage for a control solution, but you’ll need a prescription.