While the AHA Guidelines and the ADA’s Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes were developed independently from Know Diabetes by Heart™, the initiative offers webinars and other non-CME education for health care providers, including professional podcast series, tools and resources to support adherence to guidelines and a tracking survey for providers.
COVID-19 & Type 2 Diabetes Patients
For all patients that are at higher risk, prevention is key in limiting the spread of coronavirus.
The A1CVD PRO App: Case-based education app, tailored to the needs of busy health care professionals.
The ADA Standards of Care App: Access ADA Standards of Medical Care anywhere.
AHA Guidelines-on-the-Go App: Access AHA guidelines on your mobile device while you are on the go.
AHA and ADA Diabetes Science
More AHA and ADA Diabetes Science
Explore interactive case-based activities to test your knowledge of current guidelines and scientific evidence supporting the management of CVD risk in patients with T2D. Get started today.
Building a Successful Treatment Plan
A successful treatment plan is one that your patients will follow. This guide emphasizes developing a treatment plan with all patients with type 2 diabetes and their caregivers first to improve their chances of successfully starting and continuing guideline-directed management and therapy. During your discussion, include the patient’s atherosclerotic cardiovascular.Download the Shared Decision-making Discussion Guide and Approaches for Developing a Successful Treatment Plan.
The Know Diabetes by Heart™ Roll-Out and Implementation Guide
The Know Diabetes by Heart™ Roll-Out and Implementation Guide provides guidance and resources to seamlessly incorporate the Know Diabetes by Heart initiative into your current health system activities. This initiative is intended to be flexible and can be adapted to support the unique needs of your health system. Download and get started.
Know Diabetes by Heart™ Clinical Practice and Health System Change Guide: Principles of Diabetes and Cardiovascular Management for Acute Care Settings