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Phase II: Approval of Recommendations to HHS & Discussion of Topic Areas. Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Objectives for 2020 Committee Chair : Jonathan Fielding, MD, MPH, MA, MBA Director, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health &

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phase ii approval of recommendations to hhs discussion of topic areas

Phase II: Approval of Recommendations to HHS & Discussion of Topic Areas

Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Objectives for 2020

Committee Chair: Jonathan Fielding, MD, MPH, MA, MBA

Director, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health &

Health Officer, Los Angeles County

ad hoc group on topic areas

Ad Hoc Group on Topic Areas

Group Chair: Patrick Remington, MD, PhD

University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute

proposed definitions for hp 2020
Proposed Definitions for HP 2020
  • Vision:
    • A single, broad statement of what society will look like in 2020
  • Goal:
    • The broad result toward which effort is directed
  • Focus Area/ Topic Area:
    • Points of entry for the community into the healthy people framework
  • Priorities:
    • Priorities are given attention before competing alternatives.
discussion of topic areas
Discussion of Topic Areas
  • Thoughts about recommendations for FIW
    • Shifting from HP 2010 topic areas to 2020
    • Mapping to determinants
    • Next steps
      • Drafting categories
      • Timeline for finalization and approval
update on hhs activities

Update on HHS Activities

Rear Admiral Penelope Slade-Sawyer, PT, MSW

Director, Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion,

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

desired outcomes for the meeting
Desired Outcomes for the Meeting
  • Recommendations on:
    • Immediate HHS Actions in support of the Health Objectives
    • System Specifications for relational database and User Interface
  • Proposed focus/topic area categories
  • Finalized charges for subcommittees
ad hoc group on immediate phase ii recommendations for hhs

Ad Hoc Group on Immediate Phase II Recommendations for HHS

Group Chair: Lisa Iezzoni, MD, MSc

Harvard Medical School

[Presented by Dr. Jonathan Fielding]

recommendations for immediate hhs actions in support of hp
Recommendations for Immediate HHS Actions in Support of HP
  • Maintain and build our nation’s ability to monitor population health at the local, state, and national levels…
  • Design and start building an Internet-based public health information infrastructure…
  • Improve the evidence base for policies and programs that can…improve collective health and reduce health disparities.
  • Assess the health consequences of the economic downturn.
  • Determine manpower needed to assure a strong public health infrastructure and to implement evidence-based programs and policies at the national, state, and local levels.
subcommittee on system specifications

Subcommittee on System Specifications

Subcommittee Chair: Ronald Manderscheid, PhD

SRA International

report on outcomes of subcommittee work
Report on Outcomes of Subcommittee Work
  • Purpose of and approach to the report
  • Changes since the last version (January 7-8, 2009)
    • User-centered design & process
  • Recommended next steps for the user interface
  • Issues to be resolved before report is sent to HHS
    • Ready for final vote to approve?
key dates for deliverables
Key Dates for Deliverables
  • Topic Area categories: March, 2009
  • Target-setting Methodology: April, 2009
  • Final inclusion criteria for evidence-based resources: May, 2009
  • Implementation strategies: June-July, 2009
map of committee subcommittee activity for phase ii

Map of Committee/ Subcommittee Activity for Phase II

Committee Vice-Chair: Shiriki Kumanyika, PhD

University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

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Healthy People 2020 Mission:

To improve health through strengthening policy and practice, Healthy People will:

  • Identify nationwide health improvement priorities;
  • Increase public awareness and understanding of the determinants of health, disease, and disability and the opportunities for progress;
  • Provide measurable objectives and goals that can be used at the national, state, and local levels;
  • Engage multiple sectors to take actions that are driven by the best available evidence and knowledge;
  • Identify critical research and data collection needs.
categories as doorways into objectives
Categories as Doorways into Objectives

“Priorities”

Learn about National priorities, or set own priorities at the state or local level.

“Determinants”

Obtain information about factors contributing to the disease/ issue of highest priority.

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Categories as Doorways into Objectives

“Standards and Tools”

Obtain standards or tools to set state or local objectives that are aligned with the national objectives.

“Evidence and Knowledge”

Obtain information about evidence/ knowledge-based public health practices that can be used to achieve objectives of interest

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Categories as Doorways into Objectives

“Data Sources”

Link to credible federal, state, or local data sources for current data for tracking progress on priority issues.

subcommittee activities by category
Subcommittee Activities by Category
  • Subcommittees’ Phase II Work overlaps and is not siloed.
discussion and next steps
Discussion and Next Steps
  • Remaining work on topic areas
  • Next steps for subcommittees
  • Next Committee meeting dates
    • Thursday, March 26: 12:00-2:00 PM (ET)
    • Monday, April 20th: 12:00- 2:00 PM (ET)
    • Friday, May 15th: 1:00 PM- 3:00 PM (ET)
  • Other issues