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    Reducing Cancer Challenge Webinar Deck (12/6/12) Reducing Cancer Challenge Webinar Deck (12/6/12) Presentation Transcript

    • Reducing  Cancer  Among  Women  of  Color   Challenge   Ques%on  and  Answer     Webinar   12.6.12  
    • On  the  Call:    Dr.  David  Hunt,  Medical  Officer  -­‐  ONC    Dr.  Paris  Butler,  Clinical  Advisory  to  the  Deputy  Assistant  Secretary    for  Minority  Health    Hemali  Thakkar,  Challenger  Manager  –  Health  2.0  Today’s  Agenda:    Introduc/ons    Brief  Challenge  Overview    Q&A   Office  of  the  Na/onal  Coordinator  for   2   Health  Informa/on  Technology  
    • ONC  and  I2  Goals  •  Better Health, Better Care, Better Value through Quality Improvement •  Further the mission of the Department of Health and Human Services •  Highlight programs, activities, and issues of concern •  Spur Innovation and Highlight Excellence •  Motivate, inspire, and lead •  Community building – Development of ecosystem •  Stimulate private sector investment Office  of  the  Na/onal  Coordinator  for   3   Health  Informa/on  Technology  
    • Over  300,000  new  breast  and  gynecologic  cancers  are  diagnosed  each  year  with  68,000  deaths  annually.     Office  of  the  Na/onal  Coordinator  for   4   Health  Informa/on  Technology  
    • Breast  Cancer   hZp://www.cdc.gov/cancer/breast/  In  the  United  States  in  2008,*  210,203  women  were  diagnosed  with  breast  cancer,  and  40,589  women  died  from  the  disease.†  Except  for  skin  cancer,  breast  cancer  is  the  most  common  cancer  among  American  women.    *Latest  year  for  which  sta/s/cs  are  available.  †Source:  USCS.   Office  of  the  Na/onal  Coordinator  for   5   Health  Informa/on  Technology  
    • Gynecologic  Cancers   Each  gynecologic  cancer  is  unique,  with  different  signs,  symptoms,  risk  factors  (things   that  may  increase  your  chance  of  geFng  a  disease),  and  prevenHon  strategies.  Every   year,  more  than  80,000  women  in  the  U.S.  are  told  they  have  a  gynecologic  cancer,   and  more  than  25,000  women  die  from  a  gynecologic  cancer.*   *Source:  U.S.  Cancer  Sta0s0cs  Working  Group   Office  of  the  Na/onal  Coordinator  for   6   Health  Informa/on  Technology  
    • Age-­‐Adjusted  Cancer  Incidence  and  Death  Rates:  Female  Breast  and  Gynecologic  by  and  Race  and  Ethnicity,  United  States   Asian/Pacific American Indian/ All Races White Black Islander Alaska Native Hispanic Female Breast Cancer Incidence 121.9 122.6 118 87.9 65.6 92.8 Female Breast Cancer Death Rates 22.5 21.9 31.2 11.9 12.8 14.6 Female Gynecologic Cancer Incidence 48.4 48.9 45.5 34.4 31.3 45.8 Female Gynecologic Cancer Death Rates 15.5 15.3 18.9 10.3 11.9 12.6Rates  are  per  100,000  persons  and  are  age-­‐adjusted  to  the  2000  U.S.  standard  popula/on  (19  age  groups-­‐Census  P25-­‐1130).   hZp://apps.nccd.cdc.gov/uscs/cancersbyraceandethnicity.aspx   Office  of  the  Na/onal  Coordinator  for   7   Health  Informa/on  Technology  
    • *Rates  are  per  100,000  persons  and  are  age-­‐adjusted  to  the  2000  U.S.  standard  populaHon  (19  age  groups-­‐Census  P25-­‐1130).  140  120   Female  Breast  Incidence   Female  Genital  System  Incidence  100   80   60   40   20   0   All  Races     White     Black     Asian/Pacific  Islander   American  Indian/Alaska   Hispanic   Office  of  the  Na/onal  Coordinator  for   Na/ve   8   Health  Informa/on  Technology  
    • *Rates  are  per  100,000  persons  and  are  age-­‐adjusted  to  the  2000  U.S.  standard  populaHon  (19  age  groups-­‐Census  P25-­‐1130).  35  30   Female  Breast  Death  Rates  25   Female  Genital  Death  Rates  20  15  10   5   0   All  Races     White     Office  Black     Na/onal  Asian/Pacific  Islander   American  Indian/Alaska  Na/ve   of  the   Coordinator  for   Hispanic   9   Health  Informa/on  Technology  
    • While  the  incidence  and  prevalence  of  these  cancers  are  widespread  as  depicted  by  this  data,  dispari/es  in  preven/on,  early  treatment,  quality  of  care,  and  outcomes  result  in  higher  morbidity  and  mortality  rates  among  minority  and  underserved  women.   Office  of  the  Na/onal  Coordinator  for   10   Health  Informa/on  Technology  
    • The  Challenge   •  The  Challenge  calls  on  sohware  developers  to  create  an  applica/on   for  mobile  devices,  in  mul/ple  languages,  that  can  help   underserved  and  minority  women  fight  and  prevent  cancer.   •  Providing  general  informa/on  regarding  preven/ve  and  screening   services  for  breast  and  gynecologic  cancers—including,  but  not   limited  to,  benefits,  /ming,  scheduling,  and  loca/on.   •  Allowing  for  the  interface  with  pa/ent  health  records  or  provider-­‐ sponsored  pa/ent  portals  to  provide  specific  reminders  and  trigger   electronic  health  record-­‐based  clinical  decision  support  regarding   the  /ming  of  preven/ve  services.   Office  of  the  Na/onal  Coordinator  for   11   Health  Informa/on  Technology  
    • The  Challenge  (cont’d)   •  Suppor/ng  the  storage,  viewing,  and  even  the  exchange  of   complex  pa/ent  care  plans.    In  par/cular,  the  applica/on  will   help  strengthen  communica/on  among  provider  care  teams,   possibly  spread  out  across  large  geographic  loca/ons,  to   afford  op/mal  remote  follow-­‐up  (e.g.  be  able  to  send  pa/ent   informa/on  to  electronic  health  records  via  Direct,   hZp://directproject.org/).   •  Suppor/ng  pa/ent  engagement  and  care  giver  support  with   applica/ons  that  help  pa/ents  and/or  their  caregivers  keep   track  of  complex  care  plans,  such  as  connec/ons  to   community  health  workers,  promotores  de  salud,  or  pa/ent   navigators.   Office  of  the  Na/onal  Coordinator  for   12   Health  Informa/on  Technology  
    • Judging  Criteria  •  PaHent  engagement:  Incorpora/ng  pa/ent-­‐reported  informa/on  •  Quality  and  accessibility  of  informaHon:  Providing  high  quality,  evidence-­‐based  informa/on  and   interven/ons  using  plain  language,  a  clear  display  that  considers  usability  on  a  small-­‐screen   interface  (Web  Usability  and  Aging,  Usability  and  Mobile  Devices),  and  targe/ng  pa/ents  with  a   range  of  health  literacy  levels  •  Targeted  and  acHonable  informaHon:  Providing  tailored  informa/on,  recommenda/ons,  and   reminders  •  Links  to  online  communiHes  and/or  social  media:  Link  pa/ents  with  others  who  are  facing  the   same  health  challenges  through  social  media  sites  or  organiza/ons,  such  as  the  American  Cancer   Society,  and  to  other  sources  of  support,  such  as  community  health  workers,  pa/ent  navigators,  or   promotores  de  salud  •  InnovaHveness  and  usability:  Innova/veness  and  an  easy-­‐to-­‐use  interface  for  pa/ents  with  a  range   of  experiences  and  comfort  levels  with  technology  •  Non-­‐English  language  availability:  Availability  of  the  tool  in  languages  used  in  minority  and   underserved  communi/es   Office  of  the  Na/onal  Coordinator  for   13   Health  Informa/on  Technology  
    • Timeline  Submission  Period  Begins:  August  23,  2012  Submission  Period  for  Entries  Ends:  February  5,  2013  Evalua/on  Process  for  Entries  Begins:  February  8,  2013  Evalua/on  Process  for  Entries  Ends:  February  19,  2013  Winners  no/fied:  February  24,  2013  Winners  Announced:  Conference  TBD,  March-­‐April  2013   Office  of  the  Na/onal  Coordinator  for   14   Health  Informa/on  Technology  
    • Prizes   First  Place:  $85,000  +  demo  opp  at  conf   Second  Place:  $10,000   Third  Place:  $5,000   Not  to  men%on:  recogni%on,  publicity,  credibility  and  reach!   Office  of  the  Na/onal  Coordinator  for   15   Health  Informa/on  Technology  
    • Ques/ons?   www.health2challenge.org Contact Hemali: hemali@health2con.com Office  of  the  Na/onal  Coordinator  for   16   Health  Informa/on  Technology