St. Anthony Regional Hospital, the leader in chronic disease prevention and management, announced today its Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) received Full Recognition status from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). CDC Full Recognition is the highest level of clinical recognition for the DPP.
This designation is reserved for programs that have effectively delivered a quality, evidence-based program that meets all of the standards for CDC recognition. The Chronic Care Center’s approach enables the delivery of real-time personalized coaching that achieves sustained outcomes. Diabetes educators work with dozens of the largest health plans, Medicaid, and self- insured employers to help their members prevent and manage chronic disease.
Full Recognition is a huge vote of confidence in the Chronic Care Center’s approach and ensures that our DPP is effective, and truly helps people prevent or delay the onset of type 2 diabetes,” said Cara Vogl, ARNP. “Our team provides highly-personalized diabetes prevention programs to each person at risk, and for those who already have diabetes, to help them stay healthier longer.”
Front: Deb Adams, ARNP, CWCN, Deb Dieter, RN, CDCES, Sasha Boyer, RD, LD Back: Cara Vogl, ARNP, ADM-BC, Krista Heuton, RD, LD
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