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Medicare Diabetes Prevention Program Expands Eligibility for Suppliers

National Diabetes Prevention Program

In April, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) expanded the Medicare Diabetes Prevention Program (MDPP), a national performance-based payment model offering a new approach to type 2 diabetes prevention in eligible Medicare beneficiaries with an indication of prediabetes. For the first time, both traditional health care providers and community-based organizations can enroll as Medicare suppliers of health behavior change services. This innovative model promotes patient-centered care and continues to test market-driven reforms to drive quality of care and improve outcomes for America’s seniors, more than a quarter of whom have type 2 diabetes.

Eligible suppliers include clinics, hospitals and community-based organizations that have preliminary or full CDC recognition as part of the National Diabetes Prevention Program (NDPP) and apply to CMS for MDPP supplier status.

Read more about how to qualify as an MDPP supplier

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