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Diabetes Management

With type 2 diabetes (T2D) as a growing healthcare concern, we understand that managing your T2D patient population can be complex and challenging. Improvements in achieving guideline-recommended goals in diabetes have been made; however, results from 2007 to 2010 in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) showed that only a little more than 50% of patients achieved an A1C goal of <7%.1

The tools and resources available through the CarePath Healthy Engagements program will help your patients with T2D get on the path to successfully managing their condition. And you’ll find additional resources for your network providers and allied healthcare professionals to engage and align efforts around improving quality of care and patient outcomes. 

Explore tools supporting patient medication adherence and promoting maintenance of a healthcare routine.

View resources designed to activate patients to be engaged in self-management of T2D.

Explore resources to improve care coordination efforts among providers, and enhance communication between providers and patients.

Learn more about train-the-trainer resources related to diabetes care.

Analyze your organization’s claims data from a quality metrics perspective.

Janssen tools and resources have not been proven to improve outcomes and may not completely address the specific intervention activities listed on each page. Janssen tools or resources discussed should be evaluated against other available sources of information before decisions are made about how to approach patient care within your organization. Full descriptions of appropriate use and associated limitations are set forth in the respective tools and resources.


  1. Stark Casagrande S, Fradkin JE, Saydah SH, Rust KF, Cowie CC. The prevalence of meeting A1C, blood pressure, and LDL goals among people with diabetes, 1988-2010. Diabetes Care. 2013;36(8):2271-2279.

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