Healthy Chicago- Implementation Update

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Back in August 2011, Mayor Emanuel released "Healthy Chicago", a blue print to transform the health of our City. Over 200 strategies were identified to address 12 different priorities. This presentation provides an update on implementing those strategies.

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  • Done -Legend labels should be: Completed, In Progress, Pending Initiation
  • All priorities have work in progress and have completed at least one strategy and in some cases more. For three priority areas – infrastructure, violence and CDC, all strategies have either been initiated or completed.
  • Done - Legend labels should be: Completed, In Progress, Pending Initiation
  • Done - Legend labels should be: Completed, In Progress, Pending Initiation
  • Done - Legend labels should be: Completed, In Progress, Pending Initiation
  • Done-Legend labels should be: Completed, In Progress, Pending Initiation
  • Done - Legend labels should be: Completed, In Progress, Pending Initiation
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  • Healthy Chicago- Implementation Update

    1. 1. Bechara Choucair, MD CommissionerChicago Department of Public Health @ChiPublicHealth on
    2. 2. HEALTHY CHICAGO CHICAGO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTHTRANSFORMING THEHEALTH OF OUR CITYCHICAGO ANSWERS THE CALL
    3. 3. IT MATTERS
    4. 4. HEALTHY CHICAGOA COMPREHENSIVE PUBLIC HEALTH AGENDA A blueprint for action to create: »Healthy City »Healthy Neighborhoods »Healthy Homes »Healthy People
    5. 5. IT’S NOT JUST ABOUTINDIVIDUAL BEHAVIORIT’S ABOUT HOW WEBEHAVE AS A CITY
    6. 6. HEALTHY CHICAGOIT DEMANDS THAT WE MAKE CHANGES» In policies» In programs» In health education
    7. 7. Chicago Public Health Agenda
    8. 8. MOVING TOWARD AHEALTHY CHICAGO
    9. 9. Healthy Chicago Overview• Blueprint for health improvement• Focuses CDPH on 12 priority areas• 16 outcome measures• 193 strategies
    10. 10. Healthy Chicago Strategies by Intervention Type (n=193) 23% 29% n=45 n=56 n=92 48%Policies Programs Education and Public Awareness
    11. 11. Status of Overall Healthy Chicago Priorities by100 Intervention Type, 2011 (4th Quarter) 14% 80 60 16% 66% 40 15% 68% 65% 20 20% 16% 20% 0 Policies Programs Education and Public Awareness (n=56) (n=92) (n=45) Completed In progress Pending initiation
    12. 12. Status of Healthy Chicago (n = 193) by Specific Priority, 2011 (4th Quarter)Public Health Infrastucture Violence Prevention Healthy Homes CD Control & PreventionHealthy Mothers & Babies Access to Health Care Heart Disease & Stroke Cancer Disparities Adolescent Health HIV Prevention Obesity Prevention Tobacco Use 0 5 10 15 20 25 Pending Initiation In progress Completed
    13. 13. Status of Tobacco Use Strategies (n=18)1098765 89% 20%4 25%3 40%2 50%1 40% 11% 25%0 Policies Programs Education and Public Awareness Completed In progress Pending Initiation
    14. 14. Tobacco Use Accomplishments• Over 500 individuals were screened in their homes for 2ndhand smoke exposure• 4 CHA developments smoke-free• All City colleges & Roosevelt University are smoke-free now• 4 more hospitals are now smoke-free• Catholic schools smoke-free• Over 12,000 received free NRT• The Y of Metro Chicago expanded its smoke-free policy at four of its residential facilities with a commitment to be 100 percent smoke free by October 2012
    15. 15. Status of Obesity Prevention Strategies (n=19)98 12%765 63%4 86%32 100%1 25% 14%0 Policies Programs Education and Public Awareness Completed In progress Pending Initiation
    16. 16. Obesity Prevention Accomplishments• Urban agriculture ordinance was passed by City Council• Grant Partnership with U of C – Diabetes Translational Research• YMCA of Metro Chicago passed formal nutrition and physical activity standards for their after-school programming.• Awarded $800,000 to 10 community-based organizations through a competitive process to increase healthy options in corner stores, support breast feeding education and implement healthy changes in schools• Healthy Vending of both snacks and beverages coming soon .to all City sites
    17. 17. Status of HIV Prevention Strategies (n=23)1614 20%12108 73%64 50% 75%2 50% 25% 7%0 Policies Programs Education and Public Awareness Completed In progress Pending Initiation
    18. 18. HIV Prevention Accomplishments• ECCHPP funding totaling $2,327,266 dollars• Delivered advanced HIV prevention trainings to 1,142 providers (exceeding goal of 900)• New HIV Policy/Planning position• 10,311,400 condoms distributed in 2011• Initiated the Chicago community condom project
    19. 19. Status of Adolescent Health Strategies (n=14)765 20%4 67%32 80% 100%1 33%0 Policies Programs Education and Public Awareness Completed In progress Pending Initiation
    20. 20. Adolescent Health Accomplishments • Office of Adolescent and School Health Established • Drafted Healthy CPS Document in partnership with CPS • Received CDMI grant to support teen dating violence prevention efforts
    21. 21. Status of Healthy Mothers and Babies Strategies (n=14)98765 75%43 50%21 100% 25% 50%0 Policies Programs Education and Public Awareness Completed In progress Pending Initiation
    22. 22. Healthy Mothers and Babies Accomplishments• 16 hospitals have completed “Baby Friendly” assessments• 3 hospitals are in 4D Pathways, 2 more are scheduled to enter• 9 Chicago hospitals (47%) are taking steps to become officially designated as Baby-Friendly hospitals, including NW’s Prentice Women’s Hospital which has the highest number of deliveries in Chicago• Increased WIC support for breastfeeding through lactation counselor training
    23. 23. Overall Healthy Chicago Implementation Status140120 67%10080604020 18% 15% 0 Completed In progress Pending initiation Completed In progress Pending initiation
    24. 24. www.Cityofchicago.org/HealthHealthyChicago@cityofchicago.orgFacebook.com/ChicagoPublicHealth@ChiPublicHealthhttp://gplus.to/ChiPublicHealth(312) 747-9884

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