Diabetes Prevention and Control Program
Prediabetes and diabetes are conditions that exist on a continuum. Prediabetes occurs when a person’s blood sugar is higher than normal but not as high as it would be with diabetes, and there may be no external symptoms of disease. Diabetes is a group of diseases marked by high levels of blood sugar due to defects in insulin production, insulin action, or both.
Answers common questions about what prediabetes is, the seriousness of it, how to know if you have prediabetes, who should be tested for prediabetes, and what you can do if you are diagnosed with prediabetes.
This Action Brief outlines the scope of prediabetes; how health plans are addressing the issues based on data from eValue8, a resource used by purchasers to track health plan performance; and actions employers can take to engage and support their workforce in improving health, preventing type 2 diabetes, reducing risk factors, and better controlling existing conditions.
Prediabetes means your blood glucose (sugar) is higher than normal, but not yet diabetes. Diabetes is a serious disease that can cause heart attack, stroke, blindness, kidney failure, or loss of feet or legs. Type 2 diabetes can be delayed or prevented in people with prediabetes through effective lifestyle programs. Take the first step. Find out your risk for prediabetes.
Flyer advertising free online courses for healthcare professionals working with individuals who have diabetes. Explains all the details and provides contact information to find out more.
Overview of the National Diabetes Prevention Program system that is in place in New Mexico. Describes the components and specifies which agencies are responsible for them.
Describes how we can prevent diabetes by utilizing the National Diabetes Prevention Program in New Mexico which offers courses to individuals who have been diagnosed with prediabetes.
Detailed diagram that explains how to identify patients who are at risk and how to treat patients who have been diagnosed with prediabetes.
This brochure is perfect for placing in a healthcare provider's office for patients to take and read. It is a two-sided 8.5" x 11" and designed as a tri-fold so it is easy to print and fold with any basic color printer.
A wonderful poster that explains that Type 2 diabetes is preventable and encourages the viewer to contact. It has space to insert your own program contact name and phone number or URL address as well as local affiliate and organization logos.
This document provides a list of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) recognized programs in New Mexico along with their location and contact information.
Explains what the manage Your Chronic Disease (MyCD) program is, what the benefits are, participant reach, details about conditions, as well as the location and availability of programs in New Mexico.
A checklist of evidence-based programs that can help you reach Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) and meaningful use. Covers the details of both the National Diabetes Prevention and Chronic Disease Self Management programs.