Innovative Systems Approaches to Achieve Health Equity in Diabetes Prevention
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Dr. Leonov, we can start off with you.
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Good afternoon, I have the pleasure of kicking off our last session for the day, last but
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not least, another session on a program that is part of the ACPM-CDC cooperative.
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They see ACPM as their medical faculty consultant. And we have quite a few speakers today. So unlike the last session, for those who were at the last session, they're
Video Summary
In the first video, speakers from various organizations discuss a project focused on preventing and managing prediabetes and type 2 diabetes. They emphasize the importance of addressing prediabetes as a preventive measure and highlight the high prevalence of the condition. The project aims to increase awareness, screening, and enrollment in the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP), with a focus on underserved populations. The speakers discuss goals such as addressing social determinants of health and collecting data to evaluate the project's impact. They also discuss challenges, such as limited time for healthcare providers to discuss lifestyle changes with patients, and the importance of addressing social determinants of health. The video stresses the need for trust and commitment, building community partnerships, and developing patient-centered approaches.

In the second video, two healthcare organizations share their experiences with implementing the National Diabetes Prevention Program (NDPP) and addressing barriers to patient enrollment. The organizations made system changes, conducted interviews, developed educational resources, and utilized virtual platforms to improve patient education and engagement. They found that social isolation and food insecurity were significant social determinants affecting their patients. The organizations identified the importance of continuous improvement, provider engagement, and addressing social determinants of health in implementing successful NDPP programs. They experienced higher referral rates and positive outcomes in terms of enrollment and completion rates.

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Keywords
prediabetes
type 2 diabetes
prevention
Diabetes Prevention Program
underserved populations
social determinants of health
lifestyle changes
trust
community partnerships
patient-centered approaches
barriers to enrollment
provider engagement

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