The Montana Diabetes Program
is committed to
To achieve these goals, the program supports the following activities:
- Prevention of type 2 diabetes and its complications.
- Quality Improvement for better diabetes care.
- Quality Diabetes Education Initiative to increase access to quality diabetes self-management education and support.
- Epidemiology and Surveillance of diabetes, its complications and risk factors.
- Evaluation to improve program performance, account for our public health actions, and share lessons learned.
- Partnerships and Coordination to share resources, and increase the scope and effectiveness of interventions.
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Key Program Documents
The Montana Diabetes Program Fact Sheet summarizes our program activities, key statistics, and contact information.
The Montana Chronic Disease Plan, published in 2013, is a 5-year guide for statewide activities to reduce the burden of chronic disease in Montana. Chronic diseases are among the most common, costly and preventable of all health problems in the U.S. Successful implementation of the plan will require the leadership and effort of a diverse group of partners representing the many individuals and organizations in Montana. The plan serves as a framework for a coordinated approach to effectively prevent chronic disease and unintentional injury, and promote the health of all Montanans.
To see how we are working with schools, worksites, healthcare systems, communities, and the environment, and with other public health programs in Montana, go to the Chronic Disease Prevention & Health Promotion Bureau page.
The State Public Health Actions (1305) and the Four Domains of Chronic Disease Prevention Infographic shows how we are part of a national effort for chronic disease prevention and health promotion. From 2013 to 2018, the Montana Diabetes Program is implementing a work plan under the State Public Health Actions to Prevent and Control Diabetes, Heart Disease, Obesity and Associated Risk Factors and Promote School Health (1305) grant funded by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention. The objectives of this work plan can only be accomplished through the joint efforts of healthcare leaders, insurers, public health agencies, policy makers, and healthcare organizations serving Montanans, and the engagement of the people of Montana.
For more information about the Montana Diabetes Program, please Contact Us.