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  1. New Mexico’s Indicator-based Information System for Public Health Data (NM-IBIS) Community Health Assessment Training July 16, 2008

  2. Outline • The Big Picture • Public Health Assessment • Using IBIS • NM DOH and the Assessment Initiative • Using NM-IBIS for Community Health Assessment New Mexico Department of Health

  3. Public Health Assessment • The role of government in public health: • to develop policy that supports the health of populations, • to assure access to health care and the quality of that care, and • to assess the health status of the population.1 1. Institute of Medicine; Committee for the Study of the Future of Public Health; Division of Health Care Services (1988) The Future of Public Health. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press. New Mexico Department of Health

  4. Community Health Assessment Program (CHAP) • Mission: • Strengthen community health assessment capacity and practice in New Mexico. • Goals: • Improve the availability and accessibility of local public health data to support community health assessment by counties, tribes and other local entities. • Strengthen the capacity of county councils and tribal entities to perform regular, meaningful community health assessment. • Sustain community health assessment capacity and practice in NM. New Mexico Department of Health

  5. Clinical Assessment (SOAP) Analogy New Mexico Department of Health

  6. Clinical Assessment (SOAP) Analogy New Mexico Department of Health

  7. Community Health Assessment Program (CHAP) • Core Activities: • Provide training and technical assistance to DOH programs, counties, tribes and other local entities in the use and interpretation of public health data. • Maintain Web-based access to meaningful data and information to support community assessment activities. • Conduct population-based assessments relevant to local needs. • Develop methods to provide meaningful data for sub-county New Mexico geographies where population size permits it. • Evaluate the impacts of locally-conducted community health assessment on program and policy at the local level and within state health and human services agencies. New Mexico Department of Health

  8. http://ibis.health.state.nm.us New Mexico Department of Health

  9. NM-IBIS • New Mexico’s Indicator-Based Information System for Public Health Assessment. • Indicator Reports and Community Profiles for priority public health issues • Obesity • Teen Births • Diabetes • Suicide • and others… • Custom Dataset Queries of public health datasets • Births and Deaths • Infectious Disease • Health Surveys • Population Estimates New Mexico Department of Health

  10. Indicator Reports

  11. Indicator Reports • Promote awareness of public health issues • Organize and standardize data and graphs for presentation • Reports • Grant applications • Community Profile Reports • Indicator page content provides basis for dynamic community profile reports. New Mexico Department of Health

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  19. Numerator* Denominator* Definition* Data Interpretation Issues Why Is This Important?* Other Objectives How Are We Doing? New Mexico Versus U.S. What Is Being Done? Other Program Information HP 2010 Objectives* New Mexico Department of Health

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