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This site can complement your organization’s efforts to help members with type 2 diabetes learn more about resources that help them take a more active role in managing their disease.

The costs of diabetes, measured in both human and economic terms, are tremendous—and ever-increasing.

An educated patient with type 2 diabetes is better equipped to become actively involved in his or her own care.

It takes collaboration between patients and the health care system to help patients achieve control over type 2 diabetes and reduce the risk of complications.

Working together, we can help your members with type 2 diabetes become proactive.

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Find out more about this comprehensive program to help patients manage type 2 diabetes.

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Every day, more than 4000 people in the United States are diagnosed with diabetes. Understanding how to manage this complex disease begins with education. But with the time pressures that medical practices face, many patients never receive the education and ongoing support they need.

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Approximately 1 in 5 health care dollars in the United States is spent caring for someone with diagnosed diabetes, and approximately $1 of every $10 spent on health care is attributable to diabetes.

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