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Florida Department of Health in Orange County State of the Health Department
Mission & Vision • Mission: "To protect, promote & improve the health of all people in Florida through integrated state, county, & community efforts. “ • Vision: "To Be The Healthiest State in the Nation!"
Services Provided ‘12-13’ • Personal Health Services - 1,107,795 • General Health -9,930 • Environmental Health - 25,845 • Total Services = 1,143,570
5 Year Historical Viewwith Estimated FY13-14StateGR Contributions
Strategies Strategic Plan Emerging and new issues Emergci Some of the initiatives or activities overlap 2 or 3 of the plans QI Plan Operational issues and current data on process outcomes CHIP Health status and health risk interventions to address health assessments
Priorities 1. Healthiest Weight • Engage Community through strategic partnerships • Healthy Orange/Healthy Measures Focus: Heart Disease and Diabetes 2. Accreditation • Develop systematic processes to meet criteria of Sterling Award and accreditation • Engage workforce around mission, vision, and values and strategic pillars Strategic Pillars: health services, workforce, community 3. Health Equity • Academic Health Department - Research • Address the social determinants of health • Increase health literacy, education, and promotion
Future Issues • Affordable Care Act • HMOs • Clinical Services going away • Prenatal care
Adjustments to Environmental Health Fees • Well Application Fee: • Current fee: $80.00 • Requested change: Increase to $105.00 • Well Abandonment Fee: • Current fee: $57.00 • Requested change: Decrease to $40.00 per well to a maximum of $400 per site • Commercial Well Fee: • Current fee: $165.00 • Requested change: Increase to $200.00 • Monitoring/Irrigation Well Fee: • Current fee: $80.00 for up to 8 wells per site • Requested change: $40 per well to a maximum of $400 per site
Adjustments to Environmental Health Fees ACTION REQUESTED: Approval of Resolution of the Orange County Board of County Commissioners regarding certain services fees charged by the Orange County Health Department and authorizing revisions to the schedule of fees to take effect on October 1, 2013. Fees may be adjusted annually for inflation at a rate consistent with the consumer price index or 3%, whichever is less.