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WEBSITE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
Kim Malsam-Rysdon, Secretary of Health

South Dakota Diabetes Education Recognition Program

Diabetes Self-Management Education and Services (DSMES) programs can be recognized by South Dakota Department of Health, the American Diabetes Association (ADA), or the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE). Information regarding each of these programs can be accessed at the bottom of the page and will assist you in determining which certifying body is best for your specific institution. Characteristics such as recognition fee, length of recognition and reimbursement vary per certifying body.

Please note: In accordance with SD Codified Law 58-18-83 programs accredited by AADE will need to receive recognition by the South Dakota Department of Health's Diabetes Education Recognition Program (DERP) in order to be eligible for South Dakota Medicaid reimbursement for DSME services. However, this process requires the submission of only two AADE-related documents and is detailed below.*

 

DSMES recognition through the South Dakota Department of Health is completely free, but is not eligible for Medicare reimbursement. The Department of Health recognition program follows the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education Services.

 

Why become recognized? Becoming a recognized DSMES program informs both healthcare professionals and the public that the DSMES curriculum and education being provided is evidence-based, high quality and proven effective.

 

Applying for South Dakota Department of Health Recognition

Application packets for DSMES recognition through the Department of Health, known as the SD Diabetes Education Recognition Program (DERP), are available below.

*As of November 2017, organizations with AADE accreditation, who wish to apply for SD DOH DERP recognition, are no longer required to submit a full application to the SD DERP program. Instead, AADE accredited DSMES programs will simply need to email the following two documents to the South Dakota Department of Health, upon receipt from AADE: 1) Certificate of Accreditation, 2) Annual DEAP (Diabetes Education Accreditation Program) renewal letter/email. Upon receipt of these two documents, the DERP program will issue to the AADE accredited program a Certificate of Recognition from the DERP program, which will be valid for one year and align with the AADE accreditation anniversary date.

For more information contact Melissa Coull at melissa.coull@state.sd.us.

 

Diabetes Self-Management Education Programs Recognized by the South Dakota Department of Health

Custer Regional Hospital

1039 Montgomery Street

Custer, SD 57730

605-673-9400

 

Lead Deadwood Regional Hospital

61 Charles Street

Deadwood, SD 57732

605-717-6400

 

Regional Medical Clinic-Aspen Centre

640 Flormann Street
Rapid City, SD 57701

605-718-3300

Community Health Center of the Black Hills
350 Pine Street
Rapid City, SD 57701
605-787-1945

Queen City Medical Clinic

1420 N. Tenth Street

Spearfish, SD 57783

605-644-4251

 

Diabetes Self-Management Programs recognized by the American Diabetes Association

Diabetes Self-Management Programs recognized by the American Association of Diabetes Educators

 

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