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What's Working in Chronic Disease Prevention and Control

What’s Working in Chronic Disease Prevention and Control catalogs chronic disease efforts of states, territories and tribes.


Snapshot of Success: Mississippi

The Mississippi Department of Finance and Administration now covers the cost of A1C testing for eligible state employees who participate in a Mississippi State Department of Health A1C testing event. The Mississippi State Department of Health provides DSME programs to any state employee who qualifies based on their A1C results and receives payment for the services under the wellness benefit for participants who are enrolled in the Mississippi State and School Employees’ Health Insurance Plan. Offering state employees a health benefit for lifestyle change programs not only helps them improve quality of life, it provides a potential fiscal benefit to the state through employee retention and recruitment, and reduced insurance-related costs.
Read More.…… « For the pdf version of a What's Working success story, click the pdf symbol at the top of the opened success story

FIND more success stories by clicking on a location on the map or list below or choose ‘Search Database’ above.

ADD your success stories by choosing 'Submit to Database' above and completing all fields in the submission form.


All members of the NACDD online community can submit to the What’s Working database. All state/territorial staff working in chronic disease are eligible members of the NACDD online community. To submit to What’s Working, register on this site here or log-in by clicking ‘Sign In’ at the top of this page if you are already registered. An administrator will review and approve your entry once submitted.

What’s Working database entries may be detailed (called initiatives) or briefer, one-pagers (success stories) or both.

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