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Building Capacity of Providers to Address Prediabetes Among Disparate Populations

Over the past three years, ACPM has raised the awareness of prediabetes as a serious health condition among providers and health care professionals and built the capacity of these providers to screen, test and refer their patients with prediabetes to a CDC-recognized National DPP Lifestyle Change Program.

ACPM has received a grant from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Division of Diabetes Translation to collaborate with the American Medical Association and the Black Women's Health Imperative to enhance support for physicians to screen, test and refer (S/T/R) high-risk individuals within African American communities to CDC-recognized National DPP Lifestyle Change Program and strengthen community support to improve and retain enrollment of these participants.

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Grant Seeks Innovative Strategies on Prediabetes Recognition and Diabetes Prevention in Vulnerable Populations
Request for Proposals

ACPM is collaborating with the American Medical Association and the Black Women’s Health Imperative to enhance support for health care organizations to screen, test, and refer high-risk African American and Hispanic women within communities to a CDC-recognized type 2 diabetes prevention program and strengthen community support to improve enrollment and retention in this lifestyle change program. Interested health care organizations must submit applications by March 19. News Release »

Project Details

ACPM will collaborate with the AMA and BWHI for the following project activities: 

  1. Develop a Request for Proposal (RFP); identify and fund demonstration projects to three healthcare organizations to enhance their existing screening-testing-referral (S/T/R) models to target high risk adults within vulnerable populations; 
  2.  Provide grantees with technical assistance that includes the following:
    1. The latest version of  AMA’s Prevent Diabetes STAT Tool kit
    2. ACPM’s Lifestyle Medicine Core Competencies Curriculum
    3.  Other tools from BWHI
    4. Site visits and grantee support calls
  3. Develop patient navigator guidelines that supports prediabetes S/T/R, incorporates patients’ SDOH and improves enrollment and completion rates within DPP. A webinar for physiciansa and National DPP Lifestyle Change Program coaches summarizing successful approaches, promising practices and
  4. Implement a half-day Learning Institute at Preventive Medicine 2019 annual conference lessons learned to be held in Pittsburgh from May 20-23, 2019 

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