Transcript of "Reducing Cancer Challenge Webinar Deck (12/6/12)"
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: email@example.com Oﬃce of the Na/onal Coordinator for 16 Health Informa/on Technology
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