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Important Notices

  • URGENT MEDICAL DEVICE CORRECTION: Accu-Chek Connect diabetes management app
    A software issue has been identified that could potentially lead to inaccurate bolus insulin advice when using previous versions of the app (1.2.0, 1.2.2, 2.0.0). All app users must update to the latest version (2.0.1) to correct this issue. Please click to view the urgent medical device correction notice.
  • URGENT MEDICAL DEVICE CORRECTION: Accu-Chek Connect diabetes management app
    If you are using the Accu-Chek Connect app for iPhone (iOS), please ensure you have installed the latest version of the app. Please click here for more information.
  • Breach Notice: Notice to Accu-Chek Customers, Between October 15 and October 18, 2016, calls placed to one of Roche Diabetes Care’s 1-800 numbers, (866) 858-5260, (877) 411-9833, (877) 854-3055, (888) 355-4242, (888) 605-9861, (888) 823-0226 were accidentally transferred to a third party. An update to Indiana’s requirements for local calls in the 317 area code caused an existing system to malfunction. Callers’ phone numbers and any voicemail messages left were received by a third party. The issue was brought to Roche’s attention on October 18, and the problem was quickly resolved by updating the system. Anyone who called Roche at one of the above phone numbers between October 15 and October 18 is encouraged to contact us again to determine if your call was misrouted. You can reach our team at 1-866-755-2024. Individuals should avoid leaving sensitive information in voicemail messages when the outgoing voicemail message does not indicate the account is associated with Accu-Chek.