The 2023 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes found Grade A evidence supporting the use of RT-CGM in adults with T1D or T2D on intensive insulin therapy and in adults with T2D on basal insulin. The ADA found Grade B evidence supporting the use of RT-CGM in children and adolescents with T1D on intensive insulin therapy and Grade E evidence for use of RT-CGM in children and adolescents with T2D on intensive insulin therapy. When used as an adjunct to pre- and postprandial BGM, RT-CGM can help to achieve HbA1c targets in pregnant patients with diabetes (Grade B). Based on input from experts, the ADA recommends continued access to RT-CGM through third party payers to people who have been using this technology.
American Diabetes Association. 7. Diabetes Technology: Standards of Care in Diabetes—2023. Diabetes Care. 2022; 46(Suppl 1):S111-S27.Learn More