How to make the organizational case for a diabetes prevention program
To provide a lifestyle-change program for people with prediabetes, leaders presented supporting data to key organizational stakeholders. This is how numbers helped.
Physician buy-in key to boosting patients' prevention efforts
Physician endorsement is critical to engaging patients with prediabetes in lifestyle-change programs. Learn how this health system helped doctors spread the word.
Why added-sugar nutrition labeling could save lives, money
Revised labels calling out a food product’s added sugar content should create huge benefits to the nation’s health and economy—if consumers understand and use the information.
Online demos help bring diabetes prevention programs to life
Webinar series guides primary care clinics to create CDC-recognized lifestyle-change programs proven to effectively treat prediabetes.
How to give good nutrition advice when time is short
For patients with prediabetes and other conditions, lifestyle changes are key to improving their health. This is how physicians can help given the limited time they have with patients.
Prediabetes treatment takes team effort to change lifestyles
To implement a successful type 2 diabetes prevention program, a health system turned to an all-star team of health care staff. Find out more.
Foods that spike a patient’s blood glucose are not what you think
When providing nutrition advice for patients with prediabetes, foods that can increase blood glucose levels are often not what you think. Here are three foods to watch out for.
How to identify patients with undetected prediabetes
One in three U.S. adults has prediabetes and only 10 percent know they have it. To incorporate prediabetes screening and identification into routine patient workflows, follow this toolkit.
AMA applauds efforts in NC to reach residents with prediabetes
New $5 million investment by BCBS of North Carolina to fund partnership between NC State University and NC Division of Public Health aimed at type 2 diabetes.
How IT can help physicians build relationships in diabetes fight
Technology can help link patients with prediabetes to local lifestyle-change programs, but the bonds between the referring physicians and the community organizations that run the programs cannot be maintained by electronic communication and data-s