Johnson & Johnson Family of Diabetes Companies

Tools & Resources

Care Path Healthy Engagements

The Johnson & Johnson Family of Diabetes Companies is proud to be a Principal Corporate Collaborator for the Together 2 Goal® campaign, and to provide participating medical groups, health systems, healthcare providers, and patients with tools and resources through its CarePath Healthy Engagements program to help improve the care for people with type 2 diabetes (T2D). To learn more about this program and the available resources, click here.


Help impact adherence with the power of mobile technology
The Care4today® Mobile Health Manager harnesses the power of mobile technology to help patients manage their medication schedules and more, across smart and feature phone platforms. The app is available in multiple languages in the US and abroad. Over 375,000 downloads, thousands of users* sending over 190,000 reminders/day. Click here to learn more.


Help transition your care providers to a patient-centric chronic-care model
The Johnson & Johnson Diabetes Institute provides a unique professional education approach that consists of in-person training and online resources. CORE (Changing Outcomes with Resources and Engagement) programs train healthcare professionals on the best science and evidence to improve care for people with diabetes. Click here to learn more.


Identify areas of excellence and opportunity within your diabetic patient population
QualityPATH (Population Analyzer Tool for Health systems) segments and prioritizes your patient populations to support the improvement of healthcare outcomes in T2D. The software evaluates your EHR and claims data to identify gaps in T2D care. It generates actionable reports to guide and monitor improvements in your quality metrics. Click here to learn more.


Adopt a patient-centered approach to treatment planning by using shared decision making to engage your T2D patients
The Diabetes Decision Aid is a digital shared decision making tool that helps patients understand their T2D treatment options. The tool promotes better dialog between patients and their healthcare providers when making treatment decisions. Shared decision making may improve adherence by incorporating patient preferences into the medication decision making process.1 Peer-reviewedAADE literature has shown that the tool improves patient knowledge, decisional self-efficacy, and decisional conflict.2 It is available in both English and Spanish. Click here to learn more.


Deliver highly personalized, insight-driven behavior change programs to help your T2D patients focus on their health and wellness
Digital Health Coaching uses the science of behavior modification to help people living with T2D learn the simple and sustainable action steps needed to NCQAbetter take care of themselves. Individually tailored modules that emulate a live health coach focus on dealing with chronic conditions, maintaining a healthy weight, and living well with T2D. Click here to learn more.


Facilitate the collaboration between patients and providers to improve the quality of diabetes care
The Health Literacy Library provides educational resources that empower and inform people living with T2D. Topics include managing blood glucose, setting and meeting health goals, understanding care team roles, and knowing the impact of lifestyle decisions on health. The library also offers provider resources covering topics such as best practices in care coordination and information on quality management trends. Click here to learn more.

*An active user is defined as a user who has responded to a medication reminder in the last 30 days. As of 11/30/2015 the active number of daily users is 3,039.

1. Shillington AC, Col N, Bailey RA, Jewell MA. Development of a patient decision aid for type 2 diabetes mellitus for patients not achieving glycemic control on metformin alone. Patient Pref Adher. 2015;30(9):609-617. 2. Bailey R, Pfeifer M, Harshaw Q, Shillington A. Effect of a patient decision aid for type 2 diabetes on patient knowledge, decisional conflict, and self-efficacy. JMCP. 2015;21(10-a)suppl:S27.