The experience and knowledge of nationally recognized diabetes-related organizations can guide states in enhancing continuous glucose monitor (CGM) access expansion efforts. This section highlights organizations that can aid state CGM efforts, as well as provide other useful diabetes-related information.

  • American Diabetes Association: Continuous Glucose Monitors – This web page includes background information, case studies, and articles on CGM for health care professionals, policymakers, and other stakeholders involved in supporting diabetes-related efforts.
  • Danatech – Managed by the Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists, this website can assist health care professionals in understanding the available diabetes-related health technologies available for people at risk of or already living with diabetes and related cardiometabolic conditions. The available CGM resources encompass the latest product specifications, device training, professional education, and other materials for practitioners and diabetes stakeholders.
  • diaTribe – This patient-focused online publication seeks to improve the lives of people with diabetes and offers a wide array of advice on managing diabetes, covering topics ranging from diet and physical activity, to methods for preventing diabetes-related complications.
  • DiabetesWisePro – This website highlights resources to promote device accessibility and choice for providers and individuals with diabetes that best meets their lifestyle.
  • The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust – This philanthropic organization is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for individuals and communities, both in the present and by fostering more robust and healthier prospects for the future. The Trust collaborates with individuals and groups to support innovative concepts and research in various focus areas, one of which is diabetes.
  • JDRF – This international organization funds type 1 diabetes research to improve individuals’ lives by investing in efforts to end, prevent, and treat type 1 diabetes and its complications. JDRF offers resources and supports on the management of type 1 diabetes, including through the use of technologies such as CGM.
  • T1D Exchange – This nonprofit organization supports research and improvements in type 1 diabetes care and health outcomes. Its website includes articles and research publications that enhance patients’ ability to obtain care and supports, as well as advance type 1 diabetes policies, including around CGM.