The commitment of all partners to this important endeavor brought about the conclusion of a successful and insightful project that will have an important impact on underserved populations around the country.
Below is a diagram of the partners involved in the Demonstration as well as specific information about their roles in the project.
Maryland Medicaid, in collaboration with Maryland State Health Department’s Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Control, was funded to implement the Demonstration project in Maryland.
Four Medicaid managed care organizations (MCOs)—Amerigroup, Priority Partners, Jai Medical Systems, and MedStar Family Choice—were selected to implement the National DPP lifestyle change program for Medicaid beneficiaries at risk for type 2 diabetes. The intent of the funding was to allow these MCOs to build a sustainable infrastructure for diabetes prevention for their at-risk beneficiaries.
To learn more about Maryland’s work please visit the Maryland Medicaid Demonstration Project page by clicking the icon below the team photo.
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) implemented the Demonstration project through their Health Systems Division (Medicaid) and Public Health Division. OHA integrated the Health Systems Division’s focus on preventive services with the Public Health Division’s community collaborative infrastructure (the Sustainable Relationships for Community Health model) in order to distribute funding through local public health agencies to 3 of the state’s 16 coordinated care organizations (CCOs) to deliver the National DPP lifestyle change program to their Medicaid recipients. The CCOs were FamilyCare Health, Health Share of Oregon, and Trillium Community Health Plan.
To learn more about Oregon’s work please visit the Oregon Medicaid Demonstration Project page by clicking the icon below the team photo.
The Division of Diabetes Translation, which falls under the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion at CDC, oversees administration of the National DPP. They provided funding for the Demonstration project as well as expertise on the National DPP lifestyle change program.
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The National Association of Chronic Disease Directors (NACDD) is a nonprofit, public health organization for Chronic Disease Directors and their staff from each state and
U.S. territory. This team of public health experts provided oversight and management for the Demonstration and its evaluation.
Leavitt Partners is a health care intelligence business that helps clients successfully navigate the evolving role of value in health care. As subject matter experts, Leavitt Partners conducted analysis and provided technical assistance to Demonstration partners. They also worked closely with NACDD to integrate the findings from the Demonstration into the coveragetoolkit.org website.
NACDD worked with RTI International to evaluate the process for Medicaid coverage and delivery of the National DPP lifestyle change program in Maryland and Oregon, analyze the cost of the different delivery models, and evaluate various enrollment, engagement and retention strategies, and participant outcomes for Medicaid beneficiaries.
The Expert Panel
The Expert Panel
An Expert Panel comprised of government, professional associations, and business organizations was convened to provide fundamental guidance for the development of the Medicaid Coverage for the National DPP Demonstration Project as well as ongoing expertise throughout the project. Individuals and organizations on the Expert Panel were selected based on their familiarity with the National DPP as well as their significant leadership in the changing Medicaid landscape.
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Content last updated: June 26, 2020