What’s Working in Chronic Disease Prevention and Control catalogs chronic disease efforts of states, territories and tribes.
Snapshot of Success: Rhode Island
Rhode Island state employees, their dependents, and state retirees covered under the state’s
self-insured health plan administered by United Health Care are now eligible for paid coverage
of the evidence-based YMCA Diabetes Prevention Program. The long tenure of many state
workers when compared to private sector workers makes it more likely the state will see a
return on this investment in employee’s long term health which may manifest itself as lower
employee health care costs. Read More.……
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