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Thomas J Hoerger, Rebecca Perry, Kathleen Farrell, Stephanie Teixeira-Poit
Under the Medicaid Incentives for the Prevention of Chronic Diseases model, 10 states are testing whether incentives can encourage Medicaid beneficiaries to lose weight, stop smoking, work to prevent diabetes, or control risk factors for other chronic diseases. This commentary describes these incentive programs and how they will be evaluated.
July 2015: North Carolina Medical Journal
Earle C Chambers, Judith Wylie-Rosett, Arthur E Blank, Judy Ouziel, Nicole Hollingsworth, Rachael W Riley, Peter A Selwyn
INTRODUCTION: The Diabetes Prevention Program has been translated to community settings with varying success. Although primary care referrals are used for identifying and enrolling eligible patients in the Diabetes Prevention Program, little is known about the effects of strategies to facilitate and sustain eligible patient referrals using electronic health record systems. METHODS: To facilitate and sustain patient referrals, a modification to the electronic health record system was made and combined with provider education in 6 federally qualified health centers in the Bronx, New York...
November 5, 2015: Preventing Chronic Disease
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