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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.
  • Data, 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.

Key Program Documents

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The Montana Diabetes Program Fact Sheet summarizes our program activities, key statistics, and contact information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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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.

 

 

 

 

 

 


National Context

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In September 2018, the Montana Diabetes Program, in conjunction with the Cardiovascular Health Program, was awarded funds under a new 5-year cooperated agreement with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Through the Improving the Health of Americans through Prevention and Management of Diabetes and Heart Disease and Stroke CDC-RFA-DP18-1815 grant, the Montana Diabetes Program is implementing a work plan to prevent or delay development of type 2 diabetes in people at high risk and improve the health of people living with diabetes. The Montana Diabetes Program was also awarded a 5-year Innovation Award (1817) to design, test and evaluate innovative approaches to address the risks, complications and barriers of diabetes, heart disease and stroke. The objectives of these grants 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.  Content source: National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

For more information about the Montana Diabetes Program, please Contact Us.