“I feel things I haven’t felt in a long time and at the same time I feel good.”
- American Academy of Family Physicians
- American Association of Diabetes Educators
- American Pharmacists Association Foundation
- Black Women’s Health Imperative
- Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers
- Duke University Medical Center
- East Carolina University
- Feeding America
- Harvard Law School for Health Law and Policy Innovation
- Health Choice Network of Florida
- Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health
- Marshall University Center for Rural Health
- Mississippi Public Health Institute
- Morehouse School of Medicine
- National Council on Aging
- National Network of Public Health Institutes
- Public Good Project
- Sixteenth Street Community Health Center
- United Hospital Fund
- United Neighborhood Health Services
- University of Colorado
- University of Kansas
- University of Michigan
- University of Virginia
- Whittier Street Health Center
Integrating and delivering DSME and DSMS within coordinated care settings has the potential to improve PCMH practice and associate clinical health outcomes for populations experiencing health disparities.
Type 2 diabetes is more common among African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders.
Together on Diabetes aims to strengthen self-management and bring about broad-based community change for vulnerable populations impacted by type 2 diabetes.
An estimated 7.0 million Americans have diabetes but do not know it. Healthy eating is one of the most important things you can do to lower your risk.