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This fact sheet provides a brief overview of the evidence-based diabetes prevention program and a rationale for engaging with the program. It also assists clinicians in advocating to their colleagues about the value of incorporating diabetes prevention screening and referral into their practices.
This fact sheet provides short summaries of studies conducted over the last 15 years, creating the evidence base for the prevention of diabetes through lifestyle change interventions.
This questionnaire offers patients the opportunity to learn about their risk for prediabetes while helping care teams identify patients at great risk.
This poster will help practices increase patient awareness of prediabetes and pave the way for conversations with patients about screening, testing and referral.
This patient handout is for use in waiting areas to increase awareness and pave the way for conversations about screening, testing and referral.
This patient handout is for use by physician practices in the exam room after screening has revealed that a patient has prediabetes. Helps the patient leave the office visit with concrete information for later reference.
This letter/email template enables physician practices to conduct efficient follow-up and referral with patients who have prediabetes and for whom referral to a diabetes prevention program is an option.
Offers a roadmap to applying the elements of the diabetes prevention identification and referral guide.
This infographic provides a high-level overview of how office staff can facilitate point-of-care identification.
This infographic offers practices an option to adapt/incorporate a prediabetes identification and referral process into their workflow.
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.
Makes the referral process easier for practices, helps engage the patient and prepares diabetes prevention program providers to engage with the patient as well.
Enables physician practices to obtain reimbursement for prediabetes screening.
Help decrease your patients' likelihood of developing type 2 diabetes through education and local prevention programs
The AMA provides additional resources that may be helpful in connecting with diabetes prevention programs.