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Diabetes Qualifying Choices

Diabetes Qualifying Choices

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Your Qualifying Choice is based on if you are recently diagnosed with diabetes (from 6/1/19 to 5/31/21), or are a new enrollee (since 9/1/19) and have not ever completed Diabetes Qualifying previously.

-OR -

If you have already completed Diabetes Qualifying at least once, then your Qualifying Choice is based on your 2020 A1C. If you did not complete annual county lab work in 2020, your 2019 A1C value will be used.

We strive to make these choices interesting and valuable to you, as well as convenient as possible.

A Fresh Start

Start over with good diabetes care! Review the basics and put new healthy habits in place.

Diabetes Status
Next Steps
Newly diagnosed (6/1/19 to 5/31/21) and New enrollee (since 9/1/19) Attend Survival Skills classes: “The Basics of Diabetes Care” AND “What Can I Eat” either in-person or virtual option.
2020 A1C 7.0 or below You do not need to do anything other than the requirements for all members with diabetes.
2020 A1C 9.0 and above

Obtain A1C lab every 3 months starting 1/1/21 followed with visit to treating physician (record on Diabetes Log form)

AND

Attend Survival Skills classes: “The Basics of Diabetes Care” AND “What Can I Eat” either in-person or virtual option.

Type 2s 2020 A1C 7.1-8.9

Take 16 week digital Omada T2 Diabetes program (must start by May 1)

OR

Attend Survival Skills classes: “The Basics of Diabetes Care” AND “What Can I Eat” either in-person or virtual option.

Type 1s 2020 A1C 7.1-8.9

Participate in one of the Type 1 Zoom Listening Sessions

OR

Attend Survival Skills classes: “The Basics of Diabetes Care” AND “What Can I Eat” either in-person or virtual option.