PATIENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
In most cases, type “company name” followed by “patient assistance program” to find additional medication resources (help with copay, patient assistance, etc.). For example:
- For Sanofi – type “Sanofi Aventis” and “patient assistance program”
- For Astrazeneca – type “Astrazeneca” and “patient assistance program”
- For Eli Lilly – type “Eli Lilly” and “Patient Assistance Program”
Also try entering a medication brand name into URL address bar. For example:
- Crestor.com – populates options for any co pay cards, patient assistance and other offerings
Type 1 Diabetes
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Type 2 Diabetes
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ADA Tour de Cure
Tour de Cure is the American Diabetes Association's signature fundraising event. With strong support from the business community including sponsorship and corporate teams, the events raise funds for research, advocacy, programs and education.
Looking for Health Education Materials?
The Association makes a wide range of health education materials available to doctors, diabetes educators, and other diabetes professionals. You can also contact our ADA Call Center to provide FREE resources for your event at: 1-800-DIABETES
Join 15,000 diabetes professionals like you in helping the American Diabetes Association on the road to a cure for diabetes. ADA Professional Membership provides exclusive education, career development, and engagement resources that benefit you, your patients, and your practice.
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Our advocacy efforts include supporting government funding for diabetes research and programs, ensuring access to health care, promoting the prevention of type 2 diabetes, combatting discrimination, and much more. Take Action and sign up today.
ADA’s Continuing Education Opportunities
Take advantage of our wide variety of continuing education activities for health care professionals. Each activity has been developed by leaders in the field of diabetes with the goal of providing you with cutting-edge education to advance knowledge, and strategies to improve clinical practice and patient outcomes.
ADA’s Ask the Experts Q&A Series
Join us for a FREE, educational Ask the Experts Q&A series created to help tackle issues commonly faced by people living with diabetes and wondering about the relationship between diabetes, heart disease and stroke. Ask your question—online or on the phone—in a live Q&A with ADA diabetes experts. Share with anyone you know who may benefit from guidance to living well with type 2 diabetes.
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Diabetes Programs and Classes in San Antonio
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ADA’s Standards of Care
The 2019 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes includes all of ADA's current clinical practice recommendations and is intended to provide clinicians, patients, researchers, payers, and others with the components of diabetes care, general treatment goals, and tools to evaluate the quality of care. The recommendations are based on an extensive review of the clinical diabetes literature, supplemented with input from ADA staff and the medical community at large. The Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes is updated annually, or more frequently online if new evidence or regulatory changes merit immediate incorporation, and is published in Diabetes Care: ADA’s Standards of Care: https://professional.diabetes.org/soc.