Consensus Statement on Automated Insulin Delivery for Type 1 Diabetes in Australia

Ensuring equitable access to Automated Insulin Delivery (AID) is crucial for Australians living with type 1 diabetes (T1D). Despite international guidelines recommending AID as standard care, access in Australia remains largely determined by financial circumstances, creating significant health inequities. Expanding public funding to cover Insulin Pumps will not only improve access but also empower individuals to choose the AID system that best fits their needs, enhancing health outcomes and quality of life for all.

This is why DTRG is proud to have codeveloped and endorsed the Consensus Statement on Automated Insulin Delivery for Type 1 Diabetes in Australia, along with other leading industry partners in Australia. We hope this joint effort will help to bridge this gap in access, ensuring all Australians with T1D can benefit from AID regardless of financial circumstances or location.

To read to full statement – Click Here

To sign the petition calling for universal AID access in Australia – Click Here

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Consensus Statement on Automated Insulin Delivery for Type 1 Diabetes in Australia

Ensuring equitable access to Automated Insulin Delivery (AID) is crucial for Australians living with type 1 diabetes (T1D). Despite international guidelines recommending AID as standard care, access in Australia remains largely determined by financial circumstances, creating significant health inequities. Expanding public funding to cover Insulin Pumps will not only improve access but also empower individuals to choose the AID system that best fits their needs, enhancing health outcomes and quality of life for all.

This is why DTRG is proud to have codeveloped and endorsed the Consensus Statement on Automated Insulin Delivery for Type 1 Diabetes in Australia, along with other leading industry partners in Australia. We hope this joint effort will help to bridge this gap in access, ensuring all Australians with T1D can benefit from AID regardless of financial circumstances or location.

To read to full statement – Click Here

To sign the petition calling for universal AID access in Australia – Click Here

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