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Initiated Act 1. Fall 2000. Initiated Act Allocation of MSA Funds. A healthier and better-informed Arkansas. The Arkansas Tobacco Settlement Commission . Arkansas Aging Initiative. Has provided information through the combined strength of major research institutions.

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Initiated act 1

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Fall 2000


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Allocation of MSA Funds


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A healthier and better-informed Arkansas.


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The Arkansas Tobacco Settlement Commission

  • Arkansas Aging Initiative


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  • Has provided information through the combined strength of major research institutions.

Arkansas Biosciences Institute

  • College of Public Health


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  • Medicaid Expansion

  • Increased access to:

  • • Health Care

  • • Health Education

  • • Clinical Services

Delta Area Health Education Center


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  • Arkansas Minority Health Commission

Tobacco Prevention and

Cessation Program


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  • State and Community Interventions

  • Cessation Interventions

  • Health Communications Interventions

  • Administration and Management

Surveillance and Evaluation


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And the numbers are evidence of

our success


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Current Cigarette Smoking among High School Students* Arkansas 2000, 2005, & 2007


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21,500

Fewer High School Smokers


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Percentage of adults who were current cigarette smokers,

AR ATS 2002, 2004, 2006, & 2008


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92,400

Fewer Adult Smokers


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Percentage of adult males who were currentusers of smokeless tobacco, by race/ethnicityAR ATS 2002, 2004, 2006, & 2008


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Current Smokeless Tobacco Use among High School Boys*

By Race/Ethnicity

Arkansas 2000, 2005, & 2007


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  • Percentage of adults who reported exposure to secondhand smoke in the home,

  • AR ATS 2002, 2004, 2006, & 2008


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Percentage of adults who reported exposure to secondhand smoke in the vehicle,AR ATS 2002, 2004, 2006, & 2008


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  • Clean Indoor Air Act - 2006

  • Act 13 - 2006

  • Tobacco Excise Tax – 2003 and 2009

  • Arkansas Clean Air on Campus Act - 2009

  • RIP Cigarettes - 2009


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The Numbers –

Dollars and Sense


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Arkansas Trends in Hospital Admissions for

Selected Diseases for Patients 35 Years and Older,2001-2008

  • Heart Disease 19.7% Decrease

  • Stroke 32.3% Decrease

  • Emphysema and 12.3% DecreaseChronic Bronchitis

  • All Other Admissions2.2% Decrease (2001-2007 only)Excluding: Heart Disease,

    Stroke, Emphysema and

    Chronic Bronchitis


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Major Questions

What Does the Reduction in Hospital Admission

Rates Mean in Terms of:

  • Hospital-related Cost Savings?

  • Value of Deaths Averted?


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Hospital-Related Cost Savings

Emphysema,

Chronic

Bronchitis

Heart

Disease

Stroke

Smoking Attributable

Hospital Admissions

Averted

4,249

2,395

2,930

9,574

Hospital Costs and

Hospital-related

Professional Costs

$119.4 M

$33.8 M

$28.3 M

$181.5 M

Totals

All costs are adjusted for inflation to 2008 constant dollars


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Value of Deaths Averted

Emphysema,

Chronic

Bronchitis

Heart

Disease

Stroke

289

Smoking Attributable

Deaths Averted

95

143

51

Value of

Smoking Attributable

Deaths Averted*

$103.9 M

$159.8 M

$52.2 M

$315.9 M

Totals

*Dollar values were calculated using standard Health Economic methods of the value of a year-of-life saved.

All costs are adjusted for inflation to 2008 constant dollars


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Arkansas Tobacco Quitline


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Adult Tobacco Quitline

Arkansas Tobacco Users

By County


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MSA FUNDING

Helping to maintain a

healthy Arkansas.

Helping to save lives.

Helping to save money.


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