Together on Diabetes is the flagship philanthropic program of the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation. It was launched in November 2010 with the goal to improve the health outcomes of people living with type 2 diabetes in the United States by strengthening patient self-management education, community-based supportive services and broad-based community mobilization. Consistent with the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation’s mission to promote health equity and improve health outcomes, this initiative targets adult populations disproportionately affected by type 2 diabetes.

Together on Diabetes Grantee Harvard Law School Releases 2014 PATHS Report on Diabetes Prevention and Management in New Jersey

Harvard Law School’s Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation convened more than 60 representatives from state government, nonprofit social service organizations, foundations and diabetes advocacy groups in Trenton, New Jersey, on March 27 to release its report titled, “An Analysis of New Jersey's Opportunities to Enhance Prevention and Management of Type 2 Diabetes.”

The report, the center’s first focused on diabetes as part of its Providing Access to Health Solutions (PATHS) initiative, provides a comprehensive summary of the type 2 diabetes landscape in the state, including an overview and discussion of the policies that impact type 2 diabetes and policy recommendations to help reduce the prevalence and consequences of the disease.

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To view the full report, executive summary and policy-by-policy fact sheets, go to

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2013 Annual Report
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