RTT Diabetes Test Page

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RT Diabetes Education
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Company Facts
RTT Facts
All about diabetes

- Four of the top five brand name drugs taken by RT employees are for controlling diabetes.

- Like other employers, diabetes and the cost to treat is one of the largest expenses of our health plan.

- RT wants to give our employees information to help them understand more about diabetes management.

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Take The Test
Type II Diabetes Risk Test

Want to see how much you are at risk for diabetes?

Take this simple online test now and know your risk factors!

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Save Some Money
Save Some Money
How can you save money?

Some pharmacies offer free or reduced generic drug supplies that helps to treat diabetes. Publix offers up to a free 90 day supply of Metformin & Lisinopril. Through Blink Health, you can get a free 1 year supply of Metformin, Glipizide, and Pioglitazone at Wal-Mart, Kroger, or Rite Aid. Other generic drugs used to treat diabetes include Acetohexamide and Tolazmide. Talk to your physician and see if any of these drugs may be used to treat your diabetes & lower your prescription costs!

What does it cost to treat Diabetes?

Treating diabetes often involves expensive medications and prescriptions. Even after insurance, the cost of treating diabetes adds up quickly. Below you will find resources to discount cards and savings we have provided for you to help with the cost of these medications.

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The Path to Preventing Diabetes
Click on the video to learn more about how you can prevent diabetes!

Alternative Diabetes Medications

Below we have listed cheaper alternatives to well-known diabetes medications. Acarbose, Metformin, and Glipizide are less expensive than other well known brands of diabetes medications. All of these medications are known to help treat diabetes. However, work with your doctor on what medication is best for you. If they approve of you using the cheaper alternative, great! It can save you money in the long run. For more information on these medications, click the icons below.


An alternative to Metformin for first-line treatment in Type II diabetes. Price ranges from $16-$25 without a prescription.


An alternative for Victoza which is orally received versus injection and at a much cheaper price. This medication can be purchased for less than $15 at drug stores.


An inexpensive drug used to treat high blood sugar levels caused by Type II Diabetes. Price ranges from $6-$12 without prescription. Free at Publix and $4 at Walmart.

Have questions about diabetes?
Reach out to Clarke & Company Benefits with all of your questions.
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