COVID-19 and your patients

Resources for health systems, clinics, care providers, and the public
Evolving information for treating patients with diabetes

Professionals

The American Heart Association and the American Diabetes Association have joined forces with the goal to reduce cardiovascular death, heart attack, stroke, and heart failure in people living with type 2 diabetes. To support you and your clinic or health system, you’ll find the latest cardiovascular and diabetes science, patient educational and clinical care tools and quality improvement programs.

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Cardiovascular and Diabetes Science and Guidelines

Get the latest cardiovascular and type 2 diabetes management and treatment guidelines.
 
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Resources

Line drawing graphic of a down arrow and boxClinical tools and resources to help you better manage cardiovascular risk in patients with diabetes mellitus.
 
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Podcasts and Webinars

Line drawing graphic of a microphoneThe Professional Education Podcast and Webinar Series focus on the link between cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes.
 
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Quality Improvement

Line drawing graphic of a bar chart with an arrow going upLearn more about how hospitals and outpatient clinics can better serve their populations with diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
 
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ASCVD Risk Calculator

The purpose of the ASCVD Risk Calculator is to estimate a patient’s 10-year ASCVD risk at an initial visit to establish a reference point.

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Health Systems

Our nation’s health systems represent the front line in managing diabetes and associated cardiovascular disease risk. Find resources for health systems.
 
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