Education & CE Opportunities

Board Certified-Advanced Diabetes Management (BC-ADM®)

What is a BC-ADM?

The person holding the BC-ADM credential skillfully manages complex patient needs and assists patients with their therapeutic problem-solving. Within their scope of practice, healthcare professionals who hold the BC-ADM certification:

  • Adjust medications
  • Treat and monitor acute and chronic complications and other comorbidities
  • Counsel patients on lifestyle modifications
  • Address psychosocial issues
  • Participate in research and mentoring

  • Eligibility Requirements

Candidate Handbook

All the information you need to apply for the exam, renew your certification and explore the exam outline.


Begin your BC-ADM application process.

If you are planning to take the upcoming BC-ADM exam, please visit our testing provider's website for the latest updates on test site closures and flexible scheduling options. 


BC-ADM certification renewal is required every 5 years.


Information on verifying BC-ADM status for candidates.


Answers to frequently asked questions about the BC-ADM exam and certification for both first time applicants and those renewing.

Tools & Resources

Links to the practice exam and information on exam administration.

How the BC-ADM Made a Difference in My Career

Janice Baker, RD, CDE, BC-ADM has 33 years of practice. Hear why she became a BC-ADM and why attaining the credential made a big difference.

The Growing Field of BC-ADMs

Ritesh Patel, CDE, BC-ADM, CPP speaks with Clinical Pharmacists Blake Sullivan and Cornelius Toliver about the growing field of BC-ADMs, and what will encourage more people to earn this credential.

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