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What is the U.S. Diabetes Index?

The U.S. Diabetes Index (USDI) is a “power-tool” that provides the most comprehensive source of available data about diabetics, their care, and the trends that are shaping the U.S. diabetes market. It contains more than 30,000 tables, maps, charts and graphs by nation, state, county, city, congressional district, state legislative district, and zip code. USDI further segments diabetes data by race/ethnicity, age and gender.

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Define diabetes prevalence, costs, and utilization of healthcare products and services down to the zip code level.  Locate the pre-diabetes and uncontrolled populations. Assess where gaps in diabetes products and services exist. Forecast diabetes growth for any community.

For subscription information, please contact the National Minority Quality Forum: atlasdesk@nmqf.org (telephone: 202.223.7560).

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