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Michigan Medicaid Diabetes Prevention Program
The Michigan Medicaid Diabetes Prevention Program, or MiDPP, is a first of its kind benefit for individuals enrolled in Medicaid. This benefit is projected to reduce financial barriers to participation for nearly 580,000 beneficiaries. This page will serve as a place to share information with individuals who enrolled in Medicaid, organizations wishing to enroll in Medicaid as a MiDPP Provider, health care providers that would like to refer their patients and Medicaid health plans looking to contract with enrolled MiDPP Providers.
The policy is expected to be issued on or around June 1, 2023, with an effective date of July 1, 2023. Please continue to check back often as we will update with new information regularly to prepare for the July 1st launch date.
For more information on Michigan Medicaid DPP (MiDPP) or provider enrollment, email Tamah Gustafson at gustafsonT2@michigan.gov.
Find more information to enroll as a MiDPP provider organization
If you have prediabetes, learn about participating in the MiDPP program