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Health Promotion and Disease Prevention:          Looking to the Future              March 12, 2013
Agenda■ Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion  overview■ Staying up to date with the Affordable Care Act■ Tool...
Office of Disease Prevention andHealth Promotion (ODPHP)■ Prevention Science Division■ Health Communication and eHealth Di...
Prevention Science Division:Physical Activity Guidelines MidcourseReport                                         School   ...
Dietary Guidelines forAmericans■ Serves as the lead agency for 2015,  in collaboration with USDA■ Appoints 2015 Dietary Gu...
Health Communication andeHealth Division■ Supports ODPHP’s web presence  – HealthyPeople.gov, healthfinder.gov, health.gov...
Health Communication andeHealth Division■ Provides consumers easy to use wellness and  prevention information at  healthfi...
Healthcare Quality Division■ Adverse Drug Events  – Developing action plan■ Healthcare Associated Infections (HAI)  – Cons...
HAI Action Plan: 2013 Goals                                                                        National 5-year        ...
Community Strategies Division■ Leads Healthy People■ Engages communities in Disease Prevention and Health Promotion■ Co-le...
Healthy People: Aligns Strategic PublicHealth Goals and Efforts Across the NationNon-Aligned Effort          Aligned Effor...
Affordable Care Act Increases access to affordable care Makes health care more affordable Strengthens Medicare Improve...
Affordable Care Act: PreventiveServices 16 preventive services for adults   Blood pressure; colorectal cancer; depressio...
Affordable Care Act: What’sNext?■ Coming in 2013: The Health Insurance Marketplace  Individuals and small businesses can b...
Tools and Resources forSuccess■ Healthy People Curriculum Toolkit■ Leading Health Indicators■ Data 2020■ Evidence-based Re...
Tools and Resources forSuccessHealthy People Curriculum Toolkit■ 14 modules to assist public health schools and  programs ...
Tools and Resources forSuccessData 2020■ Updated and accessible data for Healthy People  objectives■ Identifies disparitie...
Tools and Resources forSuccessSharing Library■ Implementation stories■ Ideas to get communities startedEat Healthy Be Acti...
Tools and Resources forSuccessHealth.gov■ Includes key resources- the Physical Activity  Guidelines and the Dietary Guidel...
Charge for the Year■ Stay up-to-date■ Educate yourself and others■ Identify the tools that work for you
Ways To Connect With ODPHP■   Visit our websites:    – http://www.odphp.osophs.dhhs.gov    – http://www.health.gov    – ht...
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  1. 1. Health Promotion and Disease Prevention: Looking to the Future March 12, 2013
  2. 2. Agenda■ Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion overview■ Staying up to date with the Affordable Care Act■ Tools and resources for success■ Your charge for 2013
  3. 3. Office of Disease Prevention andHealth Promotion (ODPHP)■ Prevention Science Division■ Health Communication and eHealth Division■ Healthcare Quality Division■ Community Strategies Division
  4. 4. Prevention Science Division:Physical Activity Guidelines MidcourseReport School Preschool Primary and Care Childcare Centers Family and Community Home
  5. 5. Dietary Guidelines forAmericans■ Serves as the lead agency for 2015, in collaboration with USDA■ Appoints 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee■ Holds public meetings for Committee deliberations; Transparent process■ Creates Advisory Report in 2014 to inform the development of the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans
  6. 6. Health Communication andeHealth Division■ Supports ODPHP’s web presence – HealthyPeople.gov, healthfinder.gov, health.gov■ Supports ODPHP’s social media outreach – Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn■ Provides consumers easy access to ACA covered preventive services decision support at myhealthfinder
  7. 7. Health Communication andeHealth Division■ Provides consumers easy to use wellness and prevention information at healthfinder.gov■ Initiating elearning training courses on key public health issues■ Co-leads HHS health literacy activities
  8. 8. Healthcare Quality Division■ Adverse Drug Events – Developing action plan■ Healthcare Associated Infections (HAI) – Consistent with Affordable Care Act – Releasing revised plan
  9. 9. HAI Action Plan: 2013 Goals National 5-year Metric Source Prevention TargetCentral Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections (CLABSI) NHSN 50% reductionCentral Line Insertion Practices (CLIP) Adherence NHSN 100% adherenceClostridium difficile (hospitalizations) HCUP 30% reductionClostridium difficile infections NHSN 30% reductionCatheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infections (CAUTIs) NHSN 25% reductionMRSA invasive infections (population) EIP 50% reductionMRSA bacteremia (hospital) NHSN 25% reductionSurgical site infections (SSIs) NHSN 25% reductionSurgical Care Improvement Process Measures Adherence (SCIP) SCIP 95% adherence
  10. 10. Community Strategies Division■ Leads Healthy People■ Engages communities in Disease Prevention and Health Promotion■ Co-leads Social Determinants of Health Work Group
  11. 11. Healthy People: Aligns Strategic PublicHealth Goals and Efforts Across the NationNon-Aligned Effort Aligned EffortRandom Acts of Innovation Healthy People
  12. 12. Affordable Care Act Increases access to affordable care Makes health care more affordable Strengthens Medicare Improves patient rights and protections Lays the foundation for 2014 Creates National Prevention Strategy
  13. 13. Affordable Care Act: PreventiveServices 16 preventive services for adults  Blood pressure; colorectal cancer; depression 22 preventive services for women, including pregnant women  Breastfeeding; contraception; well-woman visits 27 preventive services for children  Autism; lead; obesity
  14. 14. Affordable Care Act: What’sNext?■ Coming in 2013: The Health Insurance Marketplace Individuals and small businesses can buy affordable and qualified health benefit plans in this new transparent and competitive insurance marketplace. Open enrollment begins October 1, 2013.■ Coming in 2014: Tax Credits for Families Tax credits to help the middle class afford insurance will become available for those with income between 100% and 400% of the poverty line who are not eligible for other affordable coverage.
  15. 15. Tools and Resources forSuccess■ Healthy People Curriculum Toolkit■ Leading Health Indicators■ Data 2020■ Evidence-based Resources■ Sharing Library■ Eat Healthy Be Active Community Workshops■ Health.gov■ Healthfinder.gov
  16. 16. Tools and Resources forSuccessHealthy People Curriculum Toolkit■ 14 modules to assist public health schools and programs to teach Healthy People■ Partnership with APTR and Temple University■ Available fall 2013Leading Health Indicators■ Small set of health issues that are recognized as major influences on the public’s health■ Represent major determinants of health across the life stages
  17. 17. Tools and Resources forSuccessData 2020■ Updated and accessible data for Healthy People objectives■ Identifies disparitiesEvidence-based Resources■ Resources for each Healthy People topic area shown to be effective■ Directory of implementation programs and strategies
  18. 18. Tools and Resources forSuccessSharing Library■ Implementation stories■ Ideas to get communities startedEat Healthy Be Active Community Workshops■ Six, one-hour community workshops■ Based on Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2010 and 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines
  19. 19. Tools and Resources forSuccessHealth.gov■ Includes key resources- the Physical Activity Guidelines and the Dietary GuidelinesHealthfinder.gov■ Consumer friendly website■ Updated health information for key population groups
  20. 20. Charge for the Year■ Stay up-to-date■ Educate yourself and others■ Identify the tools that work for you
  21. 21. Ways To Connect With ODPHP■ Visit our websites: – http://www.odphp.osophs.dhhs.gov – http://www.health.gov – http://healthfinder.gov – http://www.healthypeople.gov■ Follow ODPHP on Twitter – @gohealthypeople – @healthfinder■ ODPHP on YouTube■ Join the Healthy People Consortium at www.healthypeople.gov■ APTR-ODPHP Prevention Health Policy Residency Rotation Program■ Luther L. Terry Senior Fellowship in Preventive Medicine

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