The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid awarded $9.7 million to Duke University to coordinate a three-year program that aims to improve Type 2 diabetes care and management, health outcomes and reduce healthcare costs in the Southern United States. As part of that program, Cabarrus County through the Cabarrus Health Alliance will receive $1.8 million, which will improve the treatment of patients with Type 2 diabetes and create seven new jobs, including community health workers, information officers and health integrators. Read the news release.
Duke, Cabarrus Health Alliance To Change The Course of Diabetes Treatment
June 09, 2012