The National DPP → Participating Payers
Participating Health Plans
(based on publicly available data; list may not be inclusive of all plans)
Aetna Better Health of Kentucky • AmeriHealth Caritas Partnership • Anthem Blue Cross (California) • Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield (Colorado) • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island • Capital District Physicians’ Health Plan • Denver Health Medical Plan, Inc. • EmblemHealth • Florida Blue • GEHA • Geisinger Health Plan (Pennsylvania) • HealthPartners (Pennsylvania) • Humana • Kaiser Permanente • L.A. Care • Medical Mutual of Ohio • Molina Healthcare • MVP Health Care • Priority Health • Providence Health Plan • UnitedHealthcare
(based on publicly available data; list may not be inclusive of all employers)
Costco • General Dynamics • Bath Iron Works • Latham & Watkins • University of Michigan • New York City • Sentara Healthcare • University of Utah Health • The Ohio State University • Wells Fargo
This document tells the stories of five employers offering the National DPP lifestyle change program as a covered health or wellness benefit.
State Employee Coverage
California • Colorado • Kentucky • Louisiana • Maine • Minnesota • New Hampshire • Oregon • Rhode Island • Washington
This document tells the stories of three states offering the National DPP lifestyle change program as a covered benefit for state employees.
State Medicaid Coverage
California • Minnesota • Montana
In partnership with the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors (NACDD), CDC funded two states, Maryland and Oregon, to promote Medicaid delivery models for the National DPP lifestyle change program through managed care organizations and/or accountable care organizations. For more information see the Medicaid Demonstration Project.
On March 23, 2016, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Office of the Actuary (OACT) certified that the National DPP lifestyle change program would “reduce net-Medicare spending.”
On July 7, 2016, the administration proposed to expand the Medicare Diabetes Prevention Program (MDPP). The benefit will take effect on January 1, 2018. CMS is currently in the rule-making process. The first rule was finalized and published in November 2016. The second rule is expected to be available for public comment in the spring of 2017.
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