Diabetes Programs - Blood Glucose (aka Blood Sugar)


Solera is a free program for employees that are enrolled in one of our Anthem Medical plans AND are AT RISK for developing Type 2 Diabetes!

Visit solera4me.com/rha.

  • If you enroll, you will earn 100 Well-Being points.
  • Complete four weeks and you’ll get a Fitbit Flex 2® or Zip® at no additional cost to you. - For participants who complete four weeks of activity meeting Diabetes Prevention Program guidelines. Applies to only Fitbit Zip® or Fitbit Flex 2®. Limited to one per person. While supplies last. Not applicable to participants starting before January 1, 2017. Solera Health reserves the right to discontinue at any time.

Livongo is a free program for employees that are enrolled in one of our Anthem Medical plans AND have been DIAGNOSED with Diabetes.

  • Unlimited Strips at No Cost: Get as many test strips and lancets as you need shipped right to your door, with no hidden costs or copays.
  • More Than a Standard Meter: The Livongo connected meter provides real-time tips and uploads readings, making log books a thing of the past.
  • Coaching Anytime and Anywhere: Livongo Coaches are Certified Diabetes Educators who can assist you with nutrition and lifestyle changes

In order to continue getting FREE diabetes testing supplies (meters, strips, lancets, etc) you MUST enroll in the LIVONGO program.

If you are not enrolled in LIVONGO (and go to your pharmacy for supplies) you will have to pay out of pocket.

To enroll in LIVINGO go to www.welcome.livongo.com/RHA or call Member Support at (800) 945-4355 for your free supplies to be mailed to your home!

To continue getting free diabetic medications you must stay enrolled in the Diabetic Sense program through our pharmacy provider – Optum

What is blood glucose?

Glucose is the main source of energy for the body’s cells.

Insulin is a hormone that is produced in the pancreas and serves to transport the glucose into your body’s cells.

When the level of glucose in your blood rises, insulin is released to circulate the glucose throughout the body. Blood glucose levels that remain high over time can damage your eyes, kidneys, nerves and blood vessels.

What can I do to improve my blood glucose levels?

The American Diabetes Association (ADA) suggests that people with diabetes adhere to high-fiber, low-calorie diets.

High-fiber complex carbohydrates can be found in vegetables, fruits, beans and whole grain breads and cereals. Having some lean protein (chicken, nuts, low fat cheese) with each meal and snack will also help with blood glucose control.

If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, you should consult with your doctor and adjust your diet to what is right for you based on the recommendation of your physician and your blood sugar levels.

Diabetes Symptoms & Warning Signs:
  • Constant Hunger
  • Frequent Urination
  • Excessive Tiredness
  • Excessive Thirst
  • Slow-Healing Sores

What is an A1C test and how does it help diabetics?

The A1C test is a common blood test used to measure your average blood glucose level over 2 to 3 months.

This information can be used to monitor Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.

If you are a diagnosed diabetic and participating on the RHA’s Medical Plan, you can enroll in Catamaran’s Diabetic Sense program for FREE and receive a blood glucose monitor, testing supplies and your medications at no additional costs. To enroll in this FREE program call 1-877-852-3512.

Blood Glucose
Normal Values:
Fasting: 60 – 100 mg/dl
Non-Fasting: 60 – 140 mg/dl

5 Proactive Health Tips to
Improve Blood Glucose Levels

Avoid skipping meals
Especially breakfast.

Use a measuring cup and measure your food servings.

Enjoy cinnamon as a natural sweetener.

Have a cup of green tea
A great substitute for sugary drinks.

Splash a little vinegar in your salad or on your veggies
Helps to keep you full longer.