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Making Diabetes Technology Work [ACOFP Partner Content]

ACOFP is happy to partner with the American Diabetes Association (ADA) to provide the following education and resources to our members. Accessing this program is through the ADA website and requires a separate login. All CME is provided by the ADA for this program. Register via this link.

Program Description

With over 37 million people living with diabetes, the ADA's Making Diabetes Technology Work (MDTW) Continuing Education program will help the diabetes care team (MD, DO, NP, PA, PharmD, RN, ARNP, RD, CDCES) responsible for the medical management of people living with diabetes master the latest cutting-edge diabetes technology. Based on the ADA's Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes (SOC), the gold standard in diabetes treatment, and other publications, this program ensures that patients receive up-to-date, evidence-based care.

Using a case-based approach the program features modules that focus on implementing technology and utilizing data for shared decision making and addresses barriers and health equity issues related to diabetes technology. The program features opportunities for networking and best-practice sharing through online discussions and highlights clinics and health systems that are successfully achieving good health outcomes with their patients using diabetes technology.

Program Highlights

  • Free Registration: The ADA is pleased to be able to offer this course for FREE in 2023
  • Convenient, online format: The on-demand, online format fits into the schedules of busy healthcare professionals
  • Updated, interactive modules: A combination of videos, written information, quizzes, case studies, and activities provide a meaningful learning experience
  • CE for the entire diabetes care team: This program is accredited for physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician's assistants, pharmacists, diabetes educators, and dieticians
  • Discussion Board: Network and share best practices with fellow course-takers¬† ¬†