Funded by the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s Diabetes and Tobacco Prevention and Control Programs.
More than 900 health professionals representing 500 organizations in best practices to address tobacco and chronic disease
More than 300 professionals representing over 170 organizations trained through PA cAARds! tobacco and diabetes
More than 3000 interdisciplinary referrals have been issued to reduce impact of tobacco use on one or more chronic conditions
PA CCI is a statewide project whose goal is to improve capacity building and infrastructure to support those with or at risk for diabetes and its related chronic diseases and risk factors. PA CCI is working across the state to bring partners together to address some of the key issues that create barriers to access and utilization of evidence-based chronic disease self-management, Diabetes Prevention (DPP) and Diabetes Self-Management Education (DSME) programs. These challenges include issues related to patients, primary care providers, health care communication technology and delivery systems, and health insurers/payers and this initiative uses partners across these various healthcare sectors to address these barriers.
Partners (partial list)
Pennsylvania Medical Society
Jefferson College of Population Health and Jefferson Center for Urban Health
Stephen and Sandra Sheller 11th Street Family Health Services
National Association of Chronic Disease Directors
Greater Philadelphia Business Coalition on Health
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