June 22, 2012John Whitehill, Jr., MPHOral Health Program Evaluator
 Oral Health’s Importance Oral Health Plan HP 2010 HP 2020 Nevada’s Status on HP2020 Objectives Positive Trends in N...
Published May 2000
 “Oral health is essential to general health andwell-being and can be achieved”.
 One component of an oral health plan is a setof measureable and achievable objectives onkey indicators of oral health bu...
 Designed to serve as a roadmap forimproving health of all people in US Objectives for key structures, processes, andout...
 Vision is to “advance the general health andwell-being of all programs by creating criticalpartnerships at all levels of...
 Call to action reflected in HP 2020◦ To promote oral health◦ To improve quality of life◦ To eliminate oral health dispar...
 Many changes added to HP 2020 – many ofwhich Nevada “Does Not Collect (DNC)” There were new objectives added so nonatio...
 4 Objectives exceed the National Target 5 Objectives are “NEW” 11 Objectives fall short of National Target 13 Objecti...
33.330540102030405060OH 1.1PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada StatusSource: Healthy Smile Happy Child Oral Heal...
54.4497201020304050607080OH 1.2PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada StatusSource: Healthy Smile Happy Child Oral ...
53.748.362010203040506070OH 1.3PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada StatusCrackdown on Cancer Program, School Yea...
23.821.43205101520253035OH 2.1PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
28.825.94401020304050OH 2.2PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
1715.33305101520253035OH 2.3PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
27.825DNC051015202530OH 3.1PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
17.115.4DNC024681012141618OH 3.1PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
37.934.1DNC0510152025303540OH 3.3PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
76.468.8DNC0102030405060708090OH 4.1PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
2421.617051015202530OH 4.2PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
12.711.4DNC02468101214OH 5PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
32.535.83128293031323334353637OH 6PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
44.549413638404244464850OH 7PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
26.729.4DNC05101520253035OH 8PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
24.126.50.45051015202530OH 9.1PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
10.111.10024681012OH 9.2PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
 OH 9.3 Increase the proportion of school-basedhealth centers with an oral health componentthat includes topical fluoride...
25.528.141051015202530354045OH 12.2PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
19.9 21.9540102030405060OH 12.3PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
72.479.6746870727476788082OH 13PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
 OH 14.1 Increase the proportion of adults whoreceived information from a dentist or dentalhygienist focusing on reducing...
 OH 16 Increase the number of states and theDistrict of Columbia that have an oral andcraniofacial health surveillance sy...
 33 Total HP 2020 Objectives 4 Objectives exceed the National Target 5 Objectives are “NEW” 11 Objectives fall short o...
677164.939 4428.133 4137.558 6069.211 98.50102030405060708002-03 05-06 08-09Percent Positive Trends in Nevada’s 3rd Grade ...
Source: Healthy Smile Happy Child Oral Health Survey of Third-Grade Students 2002-2009010203040506070809002-03 05-06 08-09...
 Meeting the needs of the HP 2020 objectives Starting to collect data that needs to be trackin order to try and meet nee...
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Nevada Oral Health Summary: Nevada's Status in Oral Health vs. Healthy People 2020 Objectives

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There are thirty-three Healthy People 2020 Objectives for Oral Health Program. This presentation goes through each objective and compares Nevada's most current number against the National Baseline and National Target numbers. This presentation was presented at the Oral Health Summit in June 2012 to the Advisory Committee for Oral Health (AC4OH) to help guide them on decisions related to oral health funding, interventions, and the future of the Oral Health Program in Nevada.

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Nevada Oral Health Summary: Nevada's Status in Oral Health vs. Healthy People 2020 Objectives

  1. 1. June 22, 2012John Whitehill, Jr., MPHOral Health Program Evaluator
  2. 2.  Oral Health’s Importance Oral Health Plan HP 2010 HP 2020 Nevada’s Status on HP2020 Objectives Positive Trends in Nevada Future Implications
  3. 3. Published May 2000
  4. 4.  “Oral health is essential to general health andwell-being and can be achieved”.
  5. 5.  One component of an oral health plan is a setof measureable and achievable objectives onkey indicators of oral health burden, oralhealth promotion, and oral diseaseprevention.
  6. 6.  Designed to serve as a roadmap forimproving health of all people in US Objectives for key structures, processes, andoutcomes related to improving oral health
  7. 7.  Vision is to “advance the general health andwell-being of all programs by creating criticalpartnerships at all levels of society to engagein programs to promote oral health andprevent disease”
  8. 8.  Call to action reflected in HP 2020◦ To promote oral health◦ To improve quality of life◦ To eliminate oral health disparities
  9. 9.  Many changes added to HP 2020 – many ofwhich Nevada “Does Not Collect (DNC)” There were new objectives added so nonational or Nevada statues Also changes due to age breakdown changes(i.e. – 2 to 4, 6 to 8, Aged 15 now are 3 to 5, 6 to 9, 13 to 15) Data is published in April 2012 BurdenDocument
  10. 10.  4 Objectives exceed the National Target 5 Objectives are “NEW” 11 Objectives fall short of National Target 13 Objectives the data is “DNC” or the data isbeing collected but not reported**** Data could be collected in audience, but please hold commenting until after thepresentation, one of the agenda items is addressing “Where is the data?”, “Is itcollected?”, and “Should data be centralized for future use?”
  11. 11. 33.330540102030405060OH 1.1PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada StatusSource: Healthy Smile Happy Child Oral Health Survey of Head Start Students – Nevada 2008
  12. 12. 54.4497201020304050607080OH 1.2PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada StatusSource: Healthy Smile Happy Child Oral Health Survey of Third-Grade Children – Nevada 2006
  13. 13. 53.748.362010203040506070OH 1.3PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada StatusCrackdown on Cancer Program, School Year 2007-2008
  14. 14. 23.821.43205101520253035OH 2.1PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
  15. 15. 28.825.94401020304050OH 2.2PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
  16. 16. 1715.33305101520253035OH 2.3PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
  17. 17. 27.825DNC051015202530OH 3.1PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
  18. 18. 17.115.4DNC024681012141618OH 3.1PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
  19. 19. 37.934.1DNC0510152025303540OH 3.3PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
  20. 20. 76.468.8DNC0102030405060708090OH 4.1PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
  21. 21. 2421.617051015202530OH 4.2PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
  22. 22. 12.711.4DNC02468101214OH 5PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
  23. 23. 32.535.83128293031323334353637OH 6PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
  24. 24. 44.549413638404244464850OH 7PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
  25. 25. 26.729.4DNC05101520253035OH 8PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
  26. 26. 24.126.50.45051015202530OH 9.1PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
  27. 27. 10.111.10024681012OH 9.2PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
  28. 28.  OH 9.3 Increase the proportion of school-basedhealth centers with an oral health componentthat includes topical fluoride DNC OH 10.1 Increase the proportion of FederallyQualified Health Centers that have an oral healthcare program DNC OH 10.2 Increase the proportion of local healthdepartments that have oral health prevention orcare programs DNC OH 11 Increase the proportion of patients whoreceive oral health services at Federally QualifiedHealth Centers each year DNC OH 12.1 Increase the proportion of children 3 to5 years who have received dentals sealants onone or more of their primary molar teeth DNC
  29. 29. 25.528.141051015202530354045OH 12.2PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
  30. 30. 19.9 21.9540102030405060OH 12.3PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
  31. 31. 72.479.6746870727476788082OH 13PercentNational BaselineNational TargetNevada Status
  32. 32.  OH 14.1 Increase the proportion of adults whoreceived information from a dentist or dentalhygienist focusing on reducing tobacco use orsmoking cessation in the past year (NEW) OH 14.2 Increase the proportion of adults whoreceived an oral and pharyngeal cancer screeningfrom a dentist or dental hygienist in the past year(NEW) OH 14.3 Increase the proportion of adults whoare tested or referred for glycemic control from adentist or dental hygienist in the past year (NEW) OH 15.1 Increase the number of states and DCthat have a system for recording cleft lips andcleft palates (NEW) OH 15. 2 Increase number of states and DC thathave a system for referral for cleft lips and cleftpalates to rehabilitation teams (NEW)
  33. 33.  OH 16 Increase the number of states and theDistrict of Columbia that have an oral andcraniofacial health surveillance system (DNC) OH 17.1 Increase the proportion of states(including DC) and local health agencies thatserve jurisdictions of 250,000 or morepersons with a dental public health programdirected by a dental professional with publichealth training OH 17.2 Increase the number of Indian HealthService Areas and Tribal health programs thatserve jurisdictions of 30,000 or more personswith a dental public health program directedby a dental professional with public healthtraining (DNC)
  34. 34.  33 Total HP 2020 Objectives 4 Objectives exceed the National Target 5 Objectives are “NEW” 11 Objectives fall short of National Target 13 Objectives the data is “DNC” or the data isbeing collected but not reported
  35. 35. 677164.939 4428.133 4137.558 6069.211 98.50102030405060708002-03 05-06 08-09Percent Positive Trends in Nevada’s 3rd Grade PopulationDecay ExperienceUntreated DecayDental SealantsDentist VisitWithin Last yearNever Seen aDentistSource: Healthy Smile Happy Child Oral Health Survey of Third-Grade Students 2002-2009
  36. 36. Source: Healthy Smile Happy Child Oral Health Survey of Third-Grade Students 2002-2009010203040506070809002-03 05-06 08-09Percent Good Trends in Nevada’s 3rd Grade PopulationCaries Experience - ECaries Experience - NEUntreated Decay - EUntreated Decay - NESealants - ESealants - NE
  37. 37.  Meeting the needs of the HP 2020 objectives Starting to collect data that needs to be trackin order to try and meet needs of HP 2020 Collaborating efforts to move Nevada forward

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