Term Disease Prevention Programs
Code LT-1780
Definition Programs that help people who have a family history or other risk factors associated with a chronic disease such as heart disease and stroke, cancer and diabetes make lifestyle or other changes that can prevent the disease or limit the initial onset. In addition to health promotion activities that encourage healthy living, prevention also embraces early detection efforts, including screening at-risk populations, as well as strong community-clinical linkages to help ensure that people at high risk of chronic diseases have access to community resources and support to prevent, delay or manage chronic conditions once they occur. Some programs may provide preventive care interventions for people who have a broader array of health concerns.
Created 4/18/17
Changed 6/27/17
Use References Chronic Disease Prevention Programs
See Also References Chronic Disease Self Management Programs (LH-2700.1540)
Condition Specific Treatment (LT-1750)
Disease/Disability Information (LH-2700.1700)
Disease/Disability Specific Screening/Diagnosis (LF-4900)
Healthy Eating Programs (LH-2700.6000-300)
Physical Activity and Fitness Education/Promotion (LH-2700.6450)
Physical Fitness (PL-6600)
Physical Fitness Assessment (LF-7200)
Smoking/Vaping Cessation (RX-8450.7900)
Smoking/Vaping Cessation Support (RX-8470.8100)
Tobacco Use Education/Prevention (RX-8250.8000)
Weight Management (LT-9500)
Wellness Programs (LH-2700.9500)
External Classification Terms Ambulatory & Primary Health Care (NTE E30)
Health (CAN HC-300)
Health Care (AIRS HC-300)
Outpatient Medical Care (UW 2.1.02.02)
Patient Care/Health Care Delivery (NPC E09)
Related Concepts
Facet Service
Comments
Bibliographic References "Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Domains", https://www.cdc.gov/chronicdisease/about/foa/docs/four-domains-nov2012.pdf

"The Power of Prevention, Chronic Diseaseā€¦ the Public Health Challenge of the 21st Century", National Center for Chronic Disease Promotion and Health Promotion, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), https://www.cdc.gov/chronicdisease/pdf/2009-power-of-prevention.pdf

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