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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Division of Diabetes Treatment and Prevention - Leading the effort to treat and prevent diabetes in American Indians and Alaska Natives


Report to Congress

The Division of Diabetes has submitted several reports to Congress on the Special Diabetes Program for Indians (SDPI) since Congress created the program in 1997. The current Report to Congress (2011) is available below. For those who are interested, the previous report (2007) is also below.

The purpose of the 2011 Report to Congress on the SDPI is to provide updated information about SDPI activities and outcomes, including results for the Demonstration Projects. This report presents SDPI’s outstanding accomplishments in improving the quality of diabetes care and changing the culture of diabetes treatment and prevention in the Indian health system.

SDPI continues to demonstrate that Indian health programs are implementing evidence-based interventions to treat and prevent diabetes in ways that significantly reduce the burden of diabetes and its complications for American Indian and Alaska Native people. Together the SDPI grantee sites have accomplished incredible outcomes that are contributing to a healthier future for the people and communities they serve.

2011 Report to Congress

2011 Report to Congress

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2011 Report to Congress
Making Progress Toward a Healthier Future
2007 Report to Congress

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2007 Report to Congress
On the Path to a Healthier Future
 

To find more published IHS Reports to Congress, visit the IHS Newsroom Reports to Congress website.

 

SDPI Fact Sheets

Special Diabetes Program for Indians: General

Special Diabetes Program for Indians: Community Directed

Special Diabetes Program for Indians: Initiatives

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Division of Diabetes Treatment and Prevention | Phone: (505) 248-4182 | Fax: (505) 248-4188 | diabetesprogram@ihs.gov