Publications While At Healthpartners
The effects of financial incentives on diabetes prevention program attendance and weight loss among low-income patients: the We Can Prevent Diabetes cluster-randomized controlled trial
BMC public health.
Cost-effectiveness of a community-based diabetes prevention program with participation incentives for medicaid beneficiaries
Health Services Research.
Financial incentives for diabetes prevention in a Medicaid population: study design and baseline characteristics
Contemporary Clinical Trials.
The Minnesota Diabetes Plan 2015: stemming the tide on an epidemic and improving patient care
Factors associated with Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) compliance and weight loss among low-income participants [poster]
What factors facilitate weight loss among Medicaid beneficiaries participating in the diabetes prevention program [poster]?
We can prevent diabetes in Minnesota [poster]
Can financial incentives prevent diabetes in a low-income population? [abstract]
Do financial incentives improve diabetes prevention program outcomes among Medicaid beneficiaries? The We Can Prevent Diabetes Study [presentation]
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