Screen & Refer Patients to a Lifestyle Change Program (for Professionals)
Find tools to help screen your patients for prediabetes and refer them to a CDC-recognized diabetes prevention lifestyle change program.
Learn how a CDC-recognized lifestyle change program can help patients prevent type 2 diabetes and what you can do to encourage your patients to participate.
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Help Patients Prevent Diabetes
Help your at-risk patients prevent or delay type 2 diabetes by screening and referring them to a CDC-recognized diabetes prevention lifestyle change program.
Why Refer to a Lifestyle Change Program?
Referring patients to a CDC-recognized diabetes prevention lifestyle change program is smart practice.
Benefits for Your Patients
Learn how your patients can benefit from CDC-recognized lifestyle change programs and why the programs work so well.
How Pharmacists Can Participate
Pharmacists can use this guide to support people at high risk for type 2 diabetes by expanding the reach of a CDC-recognized lifestyle change program within the pharmacy setting.
Identify patients in your practice who are eligible for a CDC-recognized lifestyle change program.
Benefits to Your Practice
Referring patients to a diabetes prevention lifestyle change program can help your practice meet regulatory, state licensing, and board recertification requirements.
Resources for Screening & Referral
Find the tools you need to easily screen, test, and refer patients at risk for type 2 diabetes.
You can bill for prediabetes and diabetes screening and referral activities.
Testimonials from Health Care Professionals
Hear what other health care professionals have to say about CDC-recognized lifestyle change programs to prevent type 2 diabetes.
Find Programs for Your Patients
Help patients find a program that will work for them.
- Page last reviewed: May 29, 2018
- Page last updated: May 29, 2018
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