Now, more than ever, people living with diabetes need to come together to stand up for effective diabetes policy. The Diabetes Patient Advocacy Coalition (DPAC) makes it easy to keep policy makers’ attention on people with diabetes. 

ACT NOW: Suspend Bidding

A new article in Diabetes Care, the peer-reviewed journal of the American Diabetes Association, shows that competitive bidding for diabetes testing supplies has failed on all counts.

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The program has increased costs, hospital admissions, and mortality.
Join the conversation. Share the facts. Share your story.
Call on Congress to suspend the program to protect Americans.
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The number of U.S. individuals aged 65 years of age and older needing diabetes supplies.

ACT NOW: Diabetes Access Matters

As patients and constituents, our voices need to be an ongoing part of the policy conversation. Diabetes advocacy is like diabetes care; both are long-term processes with no quick fixes. Diabetes is not “once and done,” our advocacy can’t be either.

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DPAC amplifies the diabetes patient voice to U.S. decision makers. Amplify the unified voice of our community by sharing your story.

Healthcare decisions are being made by restricting access.
Learn what others are saying about restricting access. 
Every story matters. Share yours.

Our Community’s Access Stories

ACT NOW: Be A DPAC Insider

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Elected officials and regulatory agencies in federal and state governments affect our access to safe diabetes management. DPAC makes policy advocacy easy by keeping track of issuesopportunitiesfind out who are your elected officials.  

Join the fastest-growing diabetes policy advocacy group now.
Learn the issues impacting people with diabetes. 
Join us at a DPAC event.

We make it easy to advocate while giving you the opportunity to tell your own story.

DPAC makes a difference.

DPAC is a non-partisan organization amplifying the diabetes patient voice to U.S. decision makers. DPAC focuses on safety, quality, and access to care.