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Structured testing

 

Structured testing supports the routine or daily testing recommended by your healthcare team by having you check your blood sugar before and after the things you do. It can help you determine if you're in a safe range and to problem-solve around how the things you do are connected to your blood sugar. You simply do it over a short period at specific times to help you see how those things may affect your blood sugar levels. Seeing is believing.

In addition to the tests you regularly track in your logbook, you can use the ACCU-CHEK® 360° View tool or ACCU-CHEK Testing in Pairs tool and structured testing to pinpoint a specific meal or activity you'd like to work on first.

Discover how to use your numbers

Find out about the ACCU-CHEK® Connect program, designed to help you make simple connections between:

  • Your blood sugar numbers and the things you do.
  • You and your healthcare team, family and friends.
  • Your goals and the small changes you can make to reach them.

By joining this program, you will discover how to deal with the personal, emotional and social challenges of living with diabetes, how to stay motivated and start living better today.

With free tools and ongoing support, this program helps you discover what is or isn’t working for you.

Visit the ACCU-CHEK Connect site

ACCU-CHEK 360° View tool

Get a quick snapshot of blood sugar patterns—proven to lower A1C when used together with a doctor.1

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ACCU-CHEK Testing in Pairs

See how the things you do affect your blood sugar.

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A1C test goals

1Polonsky WH, et al. Structured self-monitoring of blood glucose significantly reduces A1C levels in poorly controlled, noninsulin-treated type 2 diabetes: results from the Structured Testing Program study. Diabetes Care. 2011;34(2):262-267.

ACCU-CHEK Inner Circle program

Learn more about the free tools and resources at accu-chek.com, including our Recipe Box, Carbohydrate Counter and travel resources, or join now.

Save out-of-pocket costs

Read our insurance tips to find out how to maximize your insurance or Medicare coverage.