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  • 1. Chicago Department of Public Health Healthy Chicago: Progress Toward Improving Health Bechara Choucair, MD Commissioner Chicago Department of Public Health @chipublichealth on #HealthyChicago Rahm Emanuel Bechara Choucair, MD Mayor Commissioner
  • 2. March 2010 June 2011 August 2011
  • 3. TOBACCO USE
  • 4. TOBACCO USE SMOKE-FREE CAMPUSES 3 Colleges / Universities 5 Hospitals 6 Behavioral health orgs Four CHA developments
  • 5. TOBACCO USEJoint Enforcement Reducing Tobacco Access and Affordability
  • 6. OBESITY PREVENTION  27 miles of buffer and protected bike lanes  2 miles of other on-street bikeways  7 bridges made bicycle friendly  500 new bike racks installed
  • 7. OBESITY PREVENTION  13 licensed carts operating  30 vendors trained  30 carts planned for 2013
  • 8. OBESITY PREVENTION Increasing Healthy Food Access
  • 9. HEART DISEASE & STROKE  National prevention effort  CPR training for students  Employee wellness initiative (38,000)
  • 10. HIV PREVENTION Integrated services planning to:  Strengthen prevention  Increase linkage & retention to care  Increase treatment access
  • 11. HIV PREVENTION More HIV+ MSM are  Aware of HIV status  Accessing care  Taking HIV medication
  • 12. ADOLESCENT HEALTH  CPS hires chief health officer  Dually reports to CDPH  CDPH creates Adolescent and School Health Office
  • 13. ADOLESCENT HEALTH  Revised Wellness Policy  Competitive Foods Policy  Expanded STI Screening  $26M New grants • CTG – Healthy CPS • Teen Dating Matters • Teen Pregnancy • Farm to School • Wellness Champions
  • 14. CANCER DISPARITIES  Outreach to CHA residents  Partnerships to expand access  Quality improvement initiatives  Upgraded mammography machinesbeyond p nkChicago
  • 15. ACCESS TO CARE City partners with 7 FQHCs Continued care for 28,000 1115 Waiver granted CDPH public health services remain
  • 16. ACCESS TO CARE City mental health sites consolidated to 6 Capacity for 4,000 clients preserved 750 new clients seen by CDPH in 2012 $500,000 awarded for expanded psych servicesto 8 partners
  • 17. ACCESS TO CARE Student oral health services up 18% 113,000 served in 2011-2012 Services expanding to 106 high schools
  • 18. ACCESS TO CARE City invests $1.4M in new visionprogram 30,000 students to get optometry examand eyeglasses as needed CDPH to manage program
  • 19. HEALTHY MOTHERS & BABIES 15 hospitals working towards Baby-Friendly Designation
  • 20. HEALTHY MOTHERS & BABIES  33% decline in teen birth rate  50% drop in smoking while pregnant  10% increase in 1st trimester care
  • 21. COMMUNICABLE DISEASE CONTROL
  • 22. COMMUNICABLE DISEASE CONTROL
  • 23. HEALTHY HOMES  Expanded environmental health unit  $3M lead abatement grant awarded  Asthma partnership with UIC  600 radon kits given to residents  92 tons of household waste collected
  • 24. VIOLENCE PREVENTION Local and National Prevention Partnerships
  • 25. PUBLIC HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE Making Data Available & Strengthening CDPH’s Capabilities
  • 26. HEALTHY CHICAGO ACTION PLANS
  • 27. YEAR 2: BUILDING ON POLICY SUCCESSES
  • 28. YEAR 2: BUILDING ON & ENGAGING PARTNERSHIPS
  • 29. BECOME A HEALTHY CHICAGO PARTNER• Partner to address specific health issues or multiple Healthy Chicago priorities• Adopt Healthy Chicago policies and practices in your own agencies• Provide services that address Healthy Chicago priorities to your clients• Sponsor a Healthy Chicago initiative• Email us at healthychicago@cityofchicago.org
  • 30. facebook.com/ChicagoPublicHealthGplus.to/ChiPublicHealth@ChiPublicHealth312.747.9884CityofChicago.org/HealthHealthyChicago@CityofChicago.org
  • 31. HEALTHY CHICAGO:WHERE THE RUBBER MEETS THE ROAD