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GLB Implementation Support

This section includes several resources to assist you in delivery of the GLB program.

 

Preparing For and Submitting to the CDC


GLB Materials and Supplies

GLB Implementation Support

Primary Care Provider Resources

 

CDC Videos

https://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/prevention/lifestyle-program/keys-to-success/tutorials.html

 

     Note:  Parts 3 and 4 review reporting your data to the CDC and improving outcomes

 

Information on Billing for Medicaid

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New ADA/CDC Prediabetes Risk Test

·            CDC recently updated its Prediabetes Screening Test to ensure that CDC and the American Diabetes Association (ADA) provide the same risk test to the American people, avoiding potential confusion.

·          The new ADA/CDC prediabetes risk test ensures questions are easy to understand and users can access further information easily.

·          The new ADA/CDC risk test also provides stronger calls to action, a results page that can be emailed and printed, an explanation of what results mean, and an opportunity to share the test with friends and family. A pdf version of the new risk test is also available.

·          When the new ADA/CDC risk test became available, the former CDC Prediabetes Screening Test was removed from CDC’s Division of Diabetes Translation website. Some organizations displayed a graphic on their website that linked to the former test. When the former test was removed, sites could no longer link to it.

·          Now organizations can display a new graphic that enables users to link to the new ADA/CDC risk test from their own sites. Organizations can go here to access the graphic. 

·          CDC-recognized organizations can use the new ADA/CDC prediabetes risk test or continue to use the former CDC Prediabetes Screening Test to enroll participants in the lifestyle change program per CDC’s Diabetes Prevention Recognition Program (DPRP) 2018 Standards.

·          Organizations are encouraged to use the new ADA/CDC prediabetes risk test as much as possible to enroll participants in the National Diabetes Prevention Program lifestyle change program.

·          When the DPRP Standards are next updated, the new ADA/CDC prediabetes risk test will replace the former CDC Prediabetes Screening Test.


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