Advocacy. Education. Action. That’s the name of the game at the Time in Range Coalition. 

In just a few years, we’ve been able to improve the quality of life for an astonishing number of people with diabetes—we’ve reached close to a million people through our work already.

So, how are we able to help so many people? Great question, we’re glad you asked. 

Since forming the Coalition in 2020, we’ve spurred a movement made up of people who are learning about the benefits of time in range. Through research, outreach, and action we’ve been able to make time in range more accessible and increase adoption for people with diabetes. That’s a pretty big win. 

We’re fighting to make sure that information, resources, and CGM devices are more affordable and accessible. We’re making the change that we want to see. 

We’re inspired by the progress we’ve made and the positive impact it’s having. When people know more about their blood sugars and how it’s affecting their bodies, they can do more. . All that to say, we’re not done yet!

Here are some of the big milestones we’ve seen over the past few years—we can’t wait to see what else we can do together. 

  • We established the norm for using CGMs in all relevant clinical trials in the world by helping publish “Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) Metrics for Clinical Trials: An International Consensus” in The Lancet. In partnership with 33 leading diabetes experts, this will push forward advances in CGM use and diabetes care!
  • We’re working with the European Diabetes Forum (EUDF) and The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) to make time in range a key metric in diabetes management worldwide
  • We’ve met with the FDA multiple times to push forward FDA approval of time in range. While millions of people with diabetes and their healthcare team are using time in range, 
  • We’ve conducted real-world research on the insights and benefits on Time in Range and shared our findings at the biggest diabetes research conferences in the world: The Advanced Technologies & Treatments for Diabetes, American Diabetes Association, Association of Diabetes Care and Education Specialists, and European Association for the Study of Diabetes.