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Diabetes report card 2012
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Diabetes report card 2012
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    Purpose of this report -- Opportunities for better diabetes prevention and care in the Affordable Care Act -- Diabetes overview -- Incidence of diagnosed diabetes -- Prevalence of diagnosed diabetes -- Diagnosed diabetes -- Prediabetes: a risk factor for type 2 diabetes -- Preventive care practices and quality of care -- Trends in diabetes outcomes -- CDC and HHS respond to diabetes -- Technical notes -- CDC diabetes Web resources -- References

    This report is required under the Catalyst to Better Diabetes Care Act of 2009, which is part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Section 10407 of Public Law 111-148, hereafter called the Affordable Care Act). The act states that the report card should be published by the Centers for Disease Control_and Prevention (CDC) every 2 years and include data about diabetes and prediabetes, preventive care practices, risk factors, quality of care, diabetes outcomes, and, to the extent possible, trend and state data. The Diabetes Report Card 2012 uses 2010 data (the most recent data available) to present a profile of diabetes and its complications at the national and state level. It includes information about prediabetes awareness, diabetes outcomes, and risk factors. The estimates in this report were calculated by CDC staff and are available in more detail at CDC's National Diabetes Surveillance System Web site at www.cdc.gov/ diabetes/statistics.

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    System requirements: Adobe Acrobat reader. ; Includes bibliographical references (p. 14). ; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Diabetes Report Card 2012. Atlanta, GA: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, US Department of Health and Human Services; 2012. ;
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