Diabetes: From a Physician's Perspective
Continuous Glucose Monitoring in the Management of Adults with Diabetes Mellitus
Travels with Diabetes: Advice for Your Patients
The American Diabetes Association: Clinical Practice Recommendations - 2012 Revisions
Diagnosing Diabetes Mellitus
Diabetes From Hospital to Home
Gestational Diabetes: The next epidemic and the need for partnerships in care
Incretin Therapy: A Novel Way to Treat Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
Linking Clinical Practice with Community Resources to Combat Diabetes
Diabetes Self-Management Training (DSMT)
Success in Diabetes Management: Avoiding Clinical Inertia
Management of Inpatient Diabetes
Last Updated: 4.1.16
Tools and resources to manage your patients with Diabetes.
Together We Can Reverse the Diabetes Epidemic
Improve clinical care and patient outcomes
The NYS Diabetes Campaign promotes the adoption of clinical best practices at community health centers, hospital outpatient departments, and private practices to improve the access to and quality of primary care for patients with diabetes. This work ensures that people with diabetes receive the right care, at the right time, in the right setting, and at the right cost to achieve the best health outcomes.
Every member of the American College of Physicians and the New York Chapter has the opportunity to provide input regarding the development of policies and positions.
Share ideas with elected Governors or council members;
Submit information for discussion at the Health and Public Policy Committee; and/or
Submit resolutions for review and action by the New York Chapter.
Resolutions can address ACP/NYACP policy and also state and federal health policy issues.
Emergency Regulations for Granting Medical Exemptions from Immunizations
The New York State Department of Health recently issued emergency regulations to inform and assist physicians in granting medical exemptions under new state law which repealed non-medical exemptions for children attending school or daycare.
A series of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on the new law was issued on August 16, 2019 by the NYSDOH and in collaboration with the Office of Children and Family Services and the State Education Department.
Physicians who issue medical exemptions are now required to complete the applicable medical exemption form approved by the New York State Department of Health or New York City Department of Education, which specifically outlines the medical reason(s) that prevent a child from being vaccinated.
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