Diabetes Remote Health Monitoring
Through WEA Trust Care Management
Better Manage Your Diabetes With a Little Help.
Diabetes is a controllable, often lifelong condition affecting nearly 1 in 10 adults in Wisconsin.  When you or a loved one is diagnosed with diabetes by a healthcare provider, it can be overwhelming. Understanding how to live with and treat diabetes is the first step to improved health outcomes. And by managing Diabetes, the risk of additional Diabetes-related health concerns such as heart disease, kidney disease and eye conditions are minimized.
To help you monitor and manage your diabetes, WEA Trust offers the Remote Health Monitoring program. It is a clinically proven program that combines the ease of automated mobile text messages or phone calls with a team of accessible and supportive WEA Trust Care Management staff to track and support your health. The program provides immediate feedback as well as educational alerts with helpful diabetes-related information.
 Wisconsin Department of Health and Human Services. Diabetes in Wisconsin, https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/publications/p01897.pdf
Knowledgeable Care and Support
The WEA Trust Care Management Team is available and ready to support your Diabetes monitoring journey. They are your dedicated point of contact to help with your care and will reach out if you show worsening or emergent signs or symptoms. The Care Management Team is your support system that is able to assist in managing your condition, helping you find a provider, preparing for medical visits and more.
If you would like to contact our Care Management Team for one-on-one assistance, you can reach us by completing our online submission form.
When enrolled in Remote Health Monitoring for Diabetes, your Care Manager will receive notifications based on your responses to automated mobile text messages including the following examples:
- What is your blood sugar? (example: 100)
- Did you eat anything in the two hours before you took your blood sugar? Please reply Yes or No.
The Care Management team will reach out should your signs or symptoms trigger an alert. And feedback is given at regular intervals to inform you about your progress and comparison to prior responses:
- Your average blood sugar in the past two weeks is 140, which is higher than the average from the prior 2 weeks.
To sign up for Remote Health Monitoring, click the button below.
Click Here to Sign up for Remote Health Monitoring