This report outlines specific considerations, context, and strategies for improving diabetes prevention among Asian American (AA) patients in community health centers. The resources, tools, and promising practices in this report come from health center participants and guest speakers from three consecutive learning collaboratives between 2021-2023. It includes quality improvement and prevention strategies that center cultural humility and person-centered care within and beyond the health center walls.

Intended Audience:

Health center workforce including providers, physicians, nurses, care coordinators, patient navigators, community health workers, pharmacists, and other staff who work directly with patients who have diabetes or are pre-diabetic.

For additional resources on how health centers, providers, and patients can address diabetes and other comorbidities among AAs and NH/PIs, please check out AAPCHO’s self-paced learning series. This is a series of case studies that outline different social, political, and structural impacts on diabetes management. Modules will also promote resources to support health center performance improvement and transformation efforts to manage diabetes and other comorbid diseases for AA & NH/PIs.

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