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  1. Provider Working group Summary

  2. Activity to date Conference call to : • Refine target – “patients” and “providers” • Assess work ongoing • Successful strategies • Potential adaptation • 3 funded programs – Michigan, Oregon, Georgia • Work at CDC – Trivers et al • Other activity

  3. Focus of Larger Committee • Women 15-45 • High risk women (strong family history or mutation +) • Young breast cancer survivors

  4. Health Care Providers • Primary care physicians (internal medicine, family medicine, ob/gyn, ) • NP / PAs • Naturopaths (in west- association AANP) • Insurance providers (based on 3 state projects) • Societies

  5. How To Reach Healthcare Providers • Organizational meetings • Licensing boards • Training programs (bright pink program; Dr. Raquel Arias) • Insurance providers • medical directors of health plans (EX. Michigan) • National partners – Aetna, United Health, Cigna • Newsletters • Email blasts • Conferences for providers

  6. Survey of Provider Education & Practice gaps • Need exists to survey HCP • Areas of interest to survey – general breast health for young women; risk assessment and genetic testing; needs of young breast cancer survivors. • Ways to survey: • Doc styles; insurers; licensing groups; professional societies • Potential use of CDC 5 state grantees

  7. Potential use of CDC 5 state grantees Work of grantees focuses on: • surveillance; • policy; • public and provider education around hereditary syndromes

  8. Education / Decision support tools • Environmental scan – what is available • Communication/ dissemination • Use of EMR