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National DPP Referral Strategies
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The tools listed below are intended to equip physicians and other members of the patient’s care team with the resources needed to easily refer patients to a CDC-recognized diabetes prevention lifestyle change program. These resources can be used as a stand-alone or to supplement existing provider referral work flows.

M.A.P. to Diabetes Prevention for Your Practice

Offers a roadmap to applying the elements of the diabetes prevention identification and referral guide.

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Point-of-Care Prediabetes Identification Algorithm

This infographic offers practices an option to adapt/incorporate a prediabetes identification and referral process into their workflow.

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Retrospective Prediabetes Identification Algorithm

This infographic offers practices an option to adapt/incorporate an identification and referral process into their electronic health records and generate a registry of patients at risk for type 2 diabetes.

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Sample Patient Letter/Email and Phone Script

Makes the referral process easier for practices, helps engage the patient and prepares diabetes prevention program providers to engage with the patient as well.

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Commonly Used Current Procedural Terminology and ICD Codes

Enables physician practices to obtain reimbursement for prediabetes screening.

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These resources were developed as part of the Prevent Diabetes STAT initiative organized by the American Medical Association and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

 

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