Diabetes Recognition Program (DRP)
Changes to DRP and HSRP
NCQA developed the Diabetes Recognition Program (DRP) to provide clinicians with tools to support the delivery and recognition of consistent high quality care. This voluntary program is designed to recognize clinicians who use evidence-based measures and provide excellent care to their patients with diabetes.
The DRP Program has 11 measures which cover areas such as:
- HbA1c control
- Blood Pressure control
- LDL control
- Eye examinations
- Nephropathy Assessment
- Smoking and Tobacco Use and cessation advice or treatment
Those who achieve DRP Recognition show their peers, patients and others in the Diabetes community that they are part of an elite group that is publicly recognized for their skill in providing the highest-level diabetes care.
Eligible clinicians will abstract data from the charts of diabetes patients (25 patients for a single applicant) and submit this information to NCQA for review.