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An Important Legislative Update!


Indiana Diabetes Educator Licensure


The ACDE Board of Directors (BOD) was disappointed to learn that Indiana Governor Pence signed Bill SEA 233 into law. This bill allows for a person who has NO healthcare licensure or registration to obtain a “diabetes educator license” in Indiana. The ACDE BOD recognizes that only qualified licensed/registered health care professionals who have passed a validated examination are qualified to provide diabetes self-management education.  We will work closely with NCBDE and the Indiana Medical Board regarding implementation of state regulations. Our goal is to educate legislators and the general public about the validity of the CDE® credential to ensure quality diabetes education services that meet national standards are provided to those with diabetes.

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