This feasibility study aims to compare the implementation process of three different
interventions that use economic incentives to promote lifestyle behavioral changes in
patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus, and to identify barriers and facilitators linked to
the process of implementing each of the interventions. The interventions are based on
economic incentives directed to the patient (individual incentives) or a team comprised by
the patient and a partner (mixed incentives).
Design: Three-month randomized control feasibility study to test the feasibility of
implementing three types of intervention with economic incentives in patients with diabetes
Setting: Diabetes outpatient clinics from a public hospital in Peru.