Chicago Board of Health Meeting August 2012

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Healthy Chicago year end review given to the Chicago Board of Health, August 2012 meeting.

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  • Chicago Board of Health Meeting August 2012

    1. 1. Healthy Chicago: The Year in Review Presentation to the Chicago Board of Health August 15, 2012 Erica Salem, MPH Deputy Commissioner Bureau of Policy and Planning
    2. 2. A great day for public health
    3. 3. Healthy Chicago Strategies by Intervention Type (n=193) 23% 29% 48%Policies Programs Education and Public Awareness
    4. 4. Status of Overall Healthy Chicago Priorities by Intervention Type, August 2012100908070605040302010 0 Policies Programs Education and Public Awareness n=56 n=92 n=45 Completed In progress Pending initiation
    5. 5. Status of Tobacco Use Strategies (n=18)109876543210 Policies Programs Education and Public Awareness Completed In progress Pending Initiation
    6. 6. Tobacco Use Accomplishments• Smoke-free: – 4 CHA developments; 3,250 units of multi-unit housing – City Colleges and Roosevelt University – All Catholic schools smoke-free – 4 hospitals; 3 behavioral health providers Legislation • Fines raised for sales illegal sales • City/County Enforcement Partnership • Vending machines banned • $1.00 State tax increase
    7. 7. Status of Obesity Prevention Strategies (n=19)9876543210 Policies Programs Education and Public Awareness Completed In progress Pending Initiation
    8. 8. Obesity Prevention Accomplishments • Chicago Food Plan • Fresh produce carts • Child care standards training • Complete streets • Play Streets • CPS student health records Legislation • Urban Agriculture/Zoning Ordinance . • Produce Carts • Healthy Vending
    9. 9. Status of HIV Prevention Strategies (n=23) 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Policies Programs Education and Public Awareness Completed In progress Pending Initiation
    10. 10. HIV Prevention Accomplishments• Comprehensive prevention funding of $2.9M• Advanced HIV prevention training to over 1,100 providers• Enhanced policy and planning• 9,200,800 condoms distributed since last August.• Initiated the Chicago community condom project• Integration of HIV community planning groups• Enhanced partner services and linkage to care activities
    11. 11. Status of Adolescent Health Strategies (n=15)76543210 Policies Programs Education and Public Awareness Completed In progress Pending Initiation
    12. 12. Adolescent Health Accomplishments • Infrastructure Improvements – Office of Adolescent and School Health Established – CPS Chief Health Office and Restructuring • Expanded STI screening project to 28 schools. Educated 9215, screened 6147, identified 436 • Adolescent Vaccine Initiative with high volume providers
    13. 13. Status of Cancer Disparities Strategies (n=14)876543210 Policies Programs Education and Public Awareness Completed In progress Pending Initiation
    14. 14. Cancer Disparities Accomplishments• Strengthened collaboration with Metro Chicago Breast Cancer Task Force• Completed Mammogram Reminder pilot project• State Cancer Registry application• Collaboration with CHA
    15. 15. Status of Heart Disease and Stroke Strategies (n=15)6543210 Policies Programs Education and Public Awareness Completed In progress Pending Initiation
    16. 16. Heart Disease & Stroke Accomplishments • Partnership with CDOT on biking, pedestrian and Make Way for People. • Corner stores • Million Hearts Risk Check Challenge • Partnership with Office of National Coordinator for HIT • Creation of mobile application for risk assessment and service locations. • CPR, AED and CPS
    17. 17. Status of Access to Care Strategies (n=12)7654 25%3210 Policies Programs Education and Public Awareness Completed In progress Pending Initiation
    18. 18. Access to Care Accomplishments• 113,126 students from 504 schools received dental health services, 18% more students than prior year• Partnership with City and State agencies to address needs of mentally ill.• $500,000 for expanded psychiatry services• Adolescent Health Access committee• FQHC partners identified for CDPH clinical care
    19. 19. Status of Healthy Mothers and Babies Strategies (n=13)876543210 Policies Programs Education and Public Awareness Completed In progress Pending Initiation
    20. 20. Healthy Mothers and Babies Accomplishments• 13 of 19 labor and delivery hospitals working towards Baby- Friendly designation.• Increased WIC support for breastfeeding through lactation counselor training• Established preconception and inter-conceptional care standards• 16,672 nurse home visits
    21. 21. Status of Communicable Disease Control & Prevention Strategies (n=15)9876543210 Policies Programs Education and Public Awareness Completed In progress Pending Initiation
    22. 22. Communicable Disease Control& Prevention Accomplishments• TB clinical partnership with Cook County- started in January• State passed legislation requiring infection control training for staff in long term care facilities• Convened Long Term Care Advisory Committee• Distributed 1,144,801 doses of vaccine to providers• Restaurant Self-inspection pilot
    23. 23. Status of Healthy Homes Strategies (n=17) Status of Healthy Homes Strategies (n=17) 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Policies Programs Education and Public Awareness Completed In progress Pending Initiation
    24. 24. Healthy Homes Accomplishments• Successful advocacy efforts to change Torrens Indemnity Fund• $3 million Abatement grant awarded• Public awareness campaign promoting radon testing• Partnership with Safer Pest Control on bed bugs
    25. 25. Status of Violence Prevention Strategies (n=14)876543210 Policies Programs Education and Public Awareness Completed In progress Pending Initiation
    26. 26. Violence Prevention Accomplishments • Establish data collection partnership with police dept. • Chicago Dating Matters Initiative, $1,750,000 5-year grant awarded by CDC • DV training to delegate agency staff, and Psychological First Aid training to youth-serving substance abuse providers. • Convened Bullying Prevention Workgroup (15 agencies) • Chicago/Cook County Community Stabilization Initiative
    27. 27. Status of Public Health Infrastructure Strategies (n=18)109876543210 Policies Programs Education and Public Awareness Completed In progress Pending Initiation
    28. 28. PH Infrastructure Accomplishments • 18 sets of community area public health data posted on City’s data portal. • New Office of Epidemiology and Public Health Informatics • Expanded Epidemiology programmatic capacity • Largest local public health department pursuing first time accreditation • CPS Data sharing
    29. 29. OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS• LGBT Action Plan• LISC Policy Collaborative• Philanthropic partnerships
    30. 30. Overall Healthy Chicago Implementation Status100 90 80 47% 45% 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 8% 0 Completed In progress Pending Initiation
    31. 31. Selected Year 2 Activities• Healthy CPS• Tobacco Enforcement• City procurement policy• Chicago Food Plan• Extending STI to 60 schools; oral health to high schools• Violence prevention/Home visiting program• Adolescent health social media campaign• Community Health Survey
    32. 32. facebook.com/ChicagoPublicHealthGplus.to/ChiPublicHealth@ChiPublicHealth312.747.9884CityofChicago.org/HealthHealthyChicago@CityofChicago.org

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