Tools for the team
Access a variety of fact sheets, questionnaires and handouts that provide guidance on engaging health care teams and stakeholders on diabetes prevention topics, from testing and screening, to National DPP lifestyle change programs, including referrals and implementation.
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Optimize your electronic health record to prevent type 2 diabetes
This document provides guidance and suggestions on how to use your electronic health record (EHR) to identify and manage patients at risk for type 2 diabetes.
Codes: When screening for prediabetes and diabetes
This document outlines some of the relevant ICD-10 and CPT codes for diabetes prevention that can used by physicians to document diagnoses in the medical record and for billing.
Physician and care team engagement presentation tips
Engaging physicians and care teams is essential for creating a successful diabetes prevention strategy. This resource offers tips for facilitating impactful events, including webinars, lunch and learns and in-person presentations.
Sample Patient Letter (External)
To be used if referring patients to an external lifestyle change program. This resource can be used to conduct efficient follow-up and referral with patients who have been identified as having prediabetes. With the addition of your company letterhead, contact information and patient personalization, the scripts can be customized per your organization’s specific needs.
Sample Patient Letter (Internal)
To be used if offering the lifestyle change program internally. This resource can be used to conduct efficient follow-up and referral with patients who have been identified as having prediabetes. With the addition of your company letterhead, contact information and patient personalization, the scripts can be customized per your organization’s specific needs.
This document provides insight on billing methods and CPT® (Current Procedural Terminology) codes for organizations that offer a National Diabetes Prevention Program lifestyle change program, which can be used for billing, claims, or reporting purposes by key stakeholders. Frequently asked questions regarding CPT® codes are also addressed.