One way to do this is ask the audience what they think the themes were
2013 NCC Annual Meeting: Report Out and Next Steps
NCC ANNUALMEETING2013 Report Outand Next Steps February 21, 2013
Meeting Themes/Key TakeAways Yesterday’s health plan panel A B C Today’s dual protection panel 1 2 3
Provider Education Committee Include Ct screening measure in required quality measures for other federally funded programs Research all the federal programs with quality measures requirement (EHR, Meaningful Use of Data) Have organizations such ACOG, AAP, SAHM and others issue a joint statement recommending that these programs choose the CT measure as part of their suite
Provider Education Committee Strengthen relationship with NCQA Pursue an acknowledgement category that has a broader umbrella such a adolescents, or sexual health Pursue rescreening measure State-based, targeted outreach to quality improvement people in targeted health plans Re-sequence the resources in the provider toolkit Screen, treat (patient), treat (partner), test (retest), treat
Public Awareness Committee(PAC) Two main objectives for 2013 1. Promote SHRE (pronounced as “share”) site 2. Chlamydia consumer messaging for health plans and coalition members Discussed committee membership and capacity for outreach
PAC: Promoting SHRE Site Name change from CRE SHRE Step 1: Upload challenge for NCC members Goal:have 20 coalition member organizations upload materials by March 31st, in preparation for STD Awareness Month Rewards/recognition for those who upload Step 2: Promote SHRE site through networks and among partners Step 3: Promote SHRE (for uploads and downloads) through wider channels
PAC: Chlamydia Messages Purpose: Our proposed plan 1. Scan to see what’s available 2. Query health plan contacts and NCC members to determine what would be valuable, seek input from Provider Ed. Committee 3. Define core content and format(s) 4. Pre-test with consumers and professional review with health plans and other users
Research TranslationCommittee Will review responses from yesterday’s survey Made plans for Expert Commentaries and Hot Topics Decided to include short talking points alongside each product, which can be used for shorter messaging Thesewill primarily be aimed towards a provider audience Will continue to work towards maximizing readership and impact within our NCC audience
SPG: Adolescent Confidentiality No policy levers this group can influence at this time Will continue information sharing and awarenessRecommends integrating confidentialitymessages into provider education and public awareness Recommends sharing our updates on
Next Steps Review all these great ideas and plans Consider in combination with time and resource constraints Report out on next steps on our next, respective committee calls
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