Eversense is the only long-term CGM system with 6 months of real-time glucose readings and only 2 sensors per year. Because you have life to manage, not just diabetes.

Benefits of switching to Eversense

Eversense E3 is the only CGM that offers more flexibility with a single implanted sensor. You get 6 months of continuous real-time glucose readings which means only two sensor replacements and warm up periods per year.

Only Eversense has a removable transmitter that can be taken on and off without wasting a sensor. And unlike other short-term CGMs, with Eversense you’ll get on-body vibe alerts that can discreetly notify when you’re experiencing highs or lows.


How Eversense Works

Eversense gives you real-time glucose readings through a small sensor that’s placed just under the skin of your upper arm by a healthcare professional. The smart transmitter sits above the sensor, sending glucose data to your app.


The sensor is inserted in the upper arm by an Eversense Inserter in a simple in-office procedure and continuously measures glucose for 6 months. That's only two sensors per year - say goodbye to self-insertions every 10-14 days!

Smart Transmitter

Worn over the sensor, the rechargeable transmitter wirelessly sends data to your mobile device; the easy-on, easy-off smart transmitter* and gentle, daily use adhesive allow you to take a break without wasting a sensor.

Mobile App

The intuitive app provides you with real-time glucose readings that are updated every 5 minutes, these readings provide predictive alerts for highs and lows. The data collected can then be shared with up to 5 people, so your friends and family members can stay informed remotely through the Eversense NOW app.

See if you’re qualified for Eversense E3

To be eligible for Eversense you must be an adult with diabetes and be using insulin. You’ll also need to see if you qualify with your insurance provider.

Once approved by insurance, an Eversense representative will connect you with an Inserter near you to schedule your insertion procedure.

Cost and PASS Program

300+ million people have insurance that covers the Eversense E3 CGM System.

Through the Payment Assistance and Simple Savings (PASS) program, you may be eligible for a $99 offer** for your sensor and transmitter and subsequent sensors.*

You can also pay with pre-tax dollars from your FSA or HSA.

Your Guide to Getting Eversense

Learn more about the process, from qualifying for Eversense to setting up your system.


Get Started

Start by filling out our brief “Get Started” form


Determine Eligibility

Once an Eversense representative confirms your eligibility, they’ll work with you to find an Eversense Inserter in your area.

An Eversense representative will then communicate directly with your insurance provider and physician.


Prepare to Ship

Once approved, we’ll have your Eversense delivered to your Inserter.

We’ll notify you once your Eversense has shipped, so you can schedule your upcoming insertion appointment.


Life With Eversense

The procedure will take several minutes and your Eversense Inserter can answer any questions you have about the insertion process.

During your visit they’ll ensure your app is set up, and that the transmitter is paired to the sensor.

Then begins your 6 months of continuous glucose monitoring with more convenience, comfort and flexibility!

Questions? We’re here to help.

Some short-term CGMs require up to 52 self insertions a year and can require you to use long wear adhesives that may irritate the skin. But Eversense only requires 2 sensor replacements a year and has a removable transmitter* that uses mild daily adhesives that are gentle on the skin.

Depending on your specific insurance plan, there could be differences in cost. We are happy to help you navigate getting more information about your insurance coverage. Just fill out the 'Get Started' form, and we will be happy to contact you.

Through the Payment Assistance and Simple Savings (PASS) program, you may be eligible for a $99 offer** for your sensor and transmitter and subsequent sensors.*

You can also pay with pre-tax dollars from your FSA or HSA.

Insertion and removal process normally takes a few minutes each and heals within a few days. First, the inserter will make a small incision approximately 5mm in the upper arm after the skin has been numbed using local anesthesia. Then, they’ll place the sensor using a tubular device. Once the sensor is placed, they’ll use Steri-strips™ to close. Some compare to a dentist visit or a blood draw!

To be eligible for Eversense you must be an adult with diabetes and an insulin user. You’ll need to answer a few short questions about yourself and your current care and insurance. From there we use that intake form to help connect you with an Eversense representative.
Get Started with Eversense

If you're on insulin, you might greatly benefit from Eversense. After completing the form below, an Eversense representative will be in touch to discuss eligibility, coverage and next steps.

Please note: Eversense® E3 CGM is indicated for persons with diabetes age 18 and older.

Diabetes Type*
Number of Daily Insulin Injections*

By clicking ‘submit’ you confirm you are over 18, and agree to Ascensia, or our trusted partner, collecting and using your health-related information to check your insurance coverage and eligibility for Eversense. An Ascensia Diabetes Care representative will be in touch about getting started, usually by phone or text message.