Cancer Screening at NO COST to You Free comprehensive screening and diagnostic services: breast cervical colorectal cancer Eligible populations include men & women: – Uninsured – Meet age requirements – Live in New York State
• Breast, Cervical, & Colorectal Cancer Screening for uninsured, age eligible, New York residents. Client Assessment & Screening Case Management Treatment Data Management Outreach & Recruitment Evaluation Quality Assurance
Cancer Screening Services AvailableBreast Cancer Screening• Mammogram and Clinical Breast Exams – Women age 40 and older – Women younger than 40 at higher risk for breast cancer (Attestation Required)Cervical Cancer Screening• Pap Tests and Pelvic Exams – Women age 40 and older – Women younger than 40 at higher risk for cervical cancer (Attestation Required)Colorectal Cancer Screening – Men and Women age 50 and older – stool sample test (FOBT, FIT) – Men and women of any age who are at increased risk for colorectal cancer (Attestation Required)
CDC Snap shot of CSP of Western Queens NYSDOH Cancer Services Network ACS JLJ CSP of CM Outreach/ CSP Director Senior Case Manager Western Data Manager Recruitment Coordinator(Shirvahna Gobin) (Wanda Martinez) (Bianca Garcia) Queens (You Won Jung) WRUBLE EHC QHC P/W MEDICAL RUBIN JHC Mt. Sinai New LABS NGO ACS Providers Others
Credentialing• Update the provider agreement information• Review and update: • Services Provided section • Service Site Information • Pay To Information • Organizational Structure Information• Provider License Information
Provider Agreement Cancer Services Program of Western Queens C/O Cancer Service Network, Inc. 2348 Wickham Avenue Bronx, NY 10469 718-541-8269 Telephone 347-275-4638 Fax. JLJLTD@AOL.COM EMAIL A program from Center for Disease Control and Prevention and the New York State Department of Health
New Manual, New Materials• CSP Staff Contact Sheet• CSP Operations Manual & Data Dictionary• CSP Intake Forms• 2011-2012 Performance Measures• 2012-2013 PM Definitions• Medicaid Cancer Treatment Program• Reimbursement Schedule 2012-2013• Data, Outreach, Case Management Update• Resources
Data Update• Comprehensive Screening• Timely Submission: *60 day rule – SIF, Consent, Reports & Cover Sheet • Normal • Abnormal – FUF • 6 month Follow-up – Pathology – MCTP• Colorectal Screening• New Cervical Guidelines
Case Management Update• Completion of Consent Form• Abnormal Findings – within 3 to 5 days• Call the Partnership office immediately when a client is diagnosed with Cancer• Providers doing Case Management – Provider Case Notes – Letters sent to Client• Short term Ultrasounds• Short term Mammograms• New Cervical ACOG Guidelines• Rescreening List• FIT Kit
Outreach and Recruitment Outreach, Recruitment and Education services are offered to partnerships to help them motivate eligible women and men to access screening services through a social marketing approach. CSPWQ Focus: Uninsured or Undocumented Men & Educational publications Women 50 and over produced and distributed in multiple languages. Untapped populations (African American, Statewide and local promotion Caribbean & Asian communities) Monthly OUTreach training calls
Sustainability: Call for Action • Testimony from Clients • Call or Visit Legislators Office • Exclusive Screening Events • Interviews with News outlets
Resources• Cancer Legal Resource Center• Myriad Patient Assistance Program• Patient Services, Inc.• F.O.R.C.E – Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered• Living Beyond Breast Cancer• LiveSTRONG• Young Survival Coalition• Prescription Discount Cards• ACS Patient & Family Services• NYSDOH Legal Support Services• HHC options• MRI Financial Assistance Program o Right Action for Women: 45 and younger
About Queens Quits! About Queens Quits!Working Together:• To increase the number of health care providers who are following best practices for tobacco intervention.• Funded by the New York State Department of Health, Tobacco Control Program.
Opportunities for Intervention Smokers: – 70% made at least one unsuccessful quit attempt – 70% visit a physician each year – Almost 50% try to quit each year – Less than 10% are successful without assistance • Do dentist and physicians advise tobacco users to quit? J Am Dent Assoc 1996; 127:259. • Cigarette smoking among adults—United States, 1999. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 2001; 50:869. • Physician-delivered interventions for smoking cessation: Strategies for increasing effectiveness. Prev Med 1987; 16:723. • http://i65.photobucket.com/albums/h220/jerry0065/GuyinCigaretteRacecolor-1.jpg
The 5A’s for ALL PatientsASK about Identify and document tobacco use status for everytobacco use. patient at EVERY visit.ADVISE to In a clear, strong and personalized manner urgequit. every tobacco user to quit.ASSESS Is the tobacco user willing to make a quit attempt atwillingness. this time?ASSIST in quit For the patient willing to quit, use counseling andattempt. pharmacotherapy to help him or her quit.ARRANGE Schedule followup contact, preferably within theFollow-up. first week after the quit date.
Elmhurst & Queens HospitalCessation ProgramsFlexible & Easy Referrals:• Patients or providers can initiate services by phone• Patients are seen promptly for free• Nicotine patches are available• Flexible groups: - Evening and daytime - English and Spanish.
Refer: Fax To Quit Forms • Try Just Three A’s – ASK – ADVISE – ASSIST • NYS Smoker’s Quitline • Fax-to-Quit • Group support programs • Medications Forms available in 11 languages: English, Spanish, French, Haitian Creole, Korean, Chinese, Bengali, Hindi, Arabic, Polish, Russian, Urdu