Early Results of States’ Efforts to Support, Scale, and Sustain the National Diabetes Prevention Program
SPECIAL TOPIC — Volume 14 — November 2, 2017
Number of state and District of Columbia health departments (n = 51) implementing activities within each of 4 drivers
essential to increasing enrollment of people with prediabetes or at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes into National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP) lifestyle change programs (LCPs), 2015–2016.
|Drivers||Support Partners to Increase Availability of National DPP LCPs||Implement Referral Policies and Mechanisms||Establish Payers and Payment Mechanisms||Identify and Enroll in National DPP LCPs|
|Year 2, 2015||15||29||14||15|
|Year 3, 2016||35||47||42||22|
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