Keys to Success: Resources for Organizations
The Keys to Success section offers resources necessary to help your organization execute a successful prevention program. It contains the welcome guide and video, a series of Keys to Success tip sheets, and the technical assistance videos.
National DPP Welcome Guide and Video
The National DPP Welcome Guide [PDF – 7 MB] offers comprehensive tips about the recognition program, national registry, evaluation requirements, and data collection.
The National DPP Welcome video presents a brief overview of the Diabetes Prevention Recognition Program or DPRP, which is the quality assurance arm of the National DPP. It encourages viewers to use and apply the welcome kit guide within their organization to achieve program success by adhering to evidence-based standards. It can help viewers understand keys to quality program delivery in an effort to achieve full CDC recognition.
Keys to Success Resources
Keys to Success Tip Sheets
These tip sheets provide lessons learned and insights from others implementing the National DPP lifestyle change program including recruiting and retaining participants, collecting and monitoring data, and achieving goals and CDC recognition.
Technical Assistance for Success Tutorials
These four videos offer CDC-recognized organizations, tips on how to successfully start a National Diabetes Prevention Program and how to achieve Full CDC recognition through the Diabetes Prevention Recognition Program (DPRP). Organizations will learn about the importance of completing the Organizational Capacity Assessment, understanding the DPRP Standards and Operating Procedures, making required data submissions, and using data results to improve future outcomes.
Lifestyle Coach and Program Coordinator Videos
These advanced training videos are for Lifestyle Coaches and Program Coordinators of organizations who are planning to apply or are CDC-recognized. CDC wants organizations to understand the preparation and requirements before applying, and realize that watching each video will be central in helping them follow the detailed steps to successfully achieve full recognition by the National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP).
Implementation Guides for working with Medicare, Medicaid Beneficiaries and Employers and Insurers
These implementation guides will help you learn how to recruit, enroll, and retain Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries with prediabetes and how to work with employers and insurers to recruit, enroll, and engage people with prediabetes who have health insurance coverage into your organization’s program. The National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP) works to make it easier for people with prediabetes to participate in affordable, high-quality lifestyle change programs to reduce their risk of type 2 diabetes and improve their overall health.
- Page last reviewed: October 25, 2017
- Page last updated: October 25, 2017
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