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Making Place Matter 2011 Conference Innovative Economy-Workforce Partners. Patti Davis Executive Vice President Oklahoma Hospital Association. Workforce Development Moving Past Silo Mentality. Education Employers Healthcare. Consider the following….

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making place matter 2011 conference innovative economy workforce partners
Making Place Matter2011 ConferenceInnovative Economy-Workforce Partners

Patti Davis

Executive Vice President

Oklahoma Hospital Association

consider the following
Consider the following…..

Ten thousand baby boomers will turn 65

every day for the next 19 years….

25.8M children and adults in US have diabetes (8.3% of population)

-7M are undiagnosed

-79M have pre-diabetes

oklahoma statistics grade
Oklahoma Statistics/Grade

Current Smoking Rate F

Obesity D

No Physical Activity F

Fruit and veggie intake F

Heart Disease D

Cancer Deaths D

Total Mortality F

county rankings
County Rankings
  • Add graphic
where we are today
Where We Are Today

Top of all the bad lists

Bottom of all the good lists

Rising costs of health care

Where do we start?

oklahoma hospital association
Oklahoma Hospital Association
  • Represents 129 hospitals statewide
  • Provides myriad of services to hospitals from advocacy, education, quality, data, and financial resources
  • Hospitals-managing illness/encouraging wellness
  • Walk the walk/talk the talk
oha s wellness initiative
OHA’s Wellness Initiative
  • Healthy communities should start with hospitals and their employees
  • Build upon OSHD-Shape Your Future campaign (5320)
  • Two overall goals:
    • Encouraging our hospitals to become Oklahoma Certified Healthy Businesses
    • Challenging hospitals to be tobacco-free campuses
oklahoma certified healthy business sponsors
Oklahoma Certified Healthy Business Sponsors
  • Oklahoma Academy for State Goals
  • Oklahoma Turning Point Council
  • Oklahoma State Chamber of Commerce
  • Oklahoma State Department of Health
  • Began in 2003 by recognizing businesses who actively work to improve Oklahoma’s health status
where do we start
Where Do We Start?
  • Start the conversation
  • Ask employees
  • Ask community
  • Know your area statistics
  • Understand available resources

-in community

-from others

state resources
State Resources
  • 5320-Shape Your Future

www.shapeyourfutureok.com

  • Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET) www.ok.gov/tset
  • Oklahoma Health Improvement Plan (OHIP) www.gov/health/documents/OHIP
  • Turning Point www.okturningpoint.org
  • Many more initiatives on the national level
expand capabilities consider the following examples
Expand CapabilitiesConsider the following examples….
  • OSU/Seretean Wellness Center
  • Langston University
  • Norman Regional Hospital
  • McCurtain Memorial Hospital
  • UCO Health Report and Healthy Campus Initiative 2008-2010
what could we do
What Could We Do?
  • Partner with local health care entities/community……
  • Routine health screenings……
  • Fitness assistance/facilities……
  • Community gardens…...
  • It all starts with the conversation…..
  • And listening!