1 American Association for Community Dental Programs Implementing The Federal Health Equity Agenda April 10, 2011
2 The NPA Journey and Why It Matters to Oral Health OMH and the Drivers for Change Aligning with Healthy People 2020 NPA Development All Interested Partners to the Table Your Role If You Want One
3 Office of Minority Health Federal focal point for addressing health status and quality of life for racial/ethnic minorities Advises HHS Secretary and Assistant Secretary for Health on policies and programs Works with Federal, state, tribal, and local governments; community and faith-based organizations; academia; private sector; etc. Funds demonstration programs Reauthorized by the Affordable Care Act
4 Office of Minority Health Mission Improve the health of racial and ethnic minority populations through the development of health policies and programs that will help eliminate health disparities
5 Drivers for Change Significant racial/ethnic health disparities Minorities are 34% of U.S. population today and 40% of population by 2030 Impact on American healthcare expenditures with fewer resources Healthy People goal to eliminate disparities ACA Social Determinants of Health
6 Affordable Care Act Provisions Health Disparities and Health Equity Awareness and outreach Collaboration on community priorities Cultural competency Data collection Language access and literacy Minority health infrastructure Research and evaluation Workforce
7 Affordable Care Act TITLE X, Subtitle C, SEC Federal Office of Minority Health Reauthorized through 2016 within the Office of the Secretary Retains existing duties, authorities, funding, staff, and other entities Awards grants and contracts
8 Affordable Care Act TITLE X, Subtitle C, SEC Federal Office of Minority Health (cont d) Enter into MOUs and agreements with public and nonprofit private entities, Departmental and Cabinet agencies, and indigenous human resource providers Develop measures to evaluate effectiveness of activities aimed at reducing health disparities and supporting the local community
9 Affordable Care Act TITLE X, Subtitle C, SEC Six Mandated Offices of Minority Health AHRQ, CDC, CMS, FDA, HRSA, SAMHSA Office Directors appointed by and report directly to agency director Funding for each office shall be allocated from agency appropriations National Institutes of Health National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities elevated to an Institute
10 Select Social Determinants Factors that Influence Health Social and Economic Factors Education Employment Income Family and Social Support Physical Environment Environmental Quality Built Environment Community Safety
11 Target Year Overarchin g Goals Decrease mortality: infantsadults Increase span of healthy life Increase quality and years of healthy life Attain high quality, longer lives free of preventable disease, disability, injury and premature death Increase independ ence among older adults Reduce health disparitie s Achieve access to preventiv e services for all Eliminate health disparities Achieve health equity, eliminate disparities and improve the health of all groups Create social and physical environments that promote good health for all Promote quality of life, healthy development, healthy behaviors across life stages
12 National Health Disparity Definition A particular type of health difference that is closely linked with social, economic, and/or environmental disadvantage. Health disparities adversely affect groups of people who have systematically experienced greater obstacles to health based on their racial or ethnic group; religion; socioeconomic status; gender; age; mental health; cognitive, sensory, or physical disability; sexual orientation or gender identity; geographic location; or other characteristics historically linked to discrimination or exclusion.
13 National Health Equity Definition Health equity is attainment of the highest level of health for all people. Achieving health equity requires valuing everyone equally with focused and ongoing societal efforts to address avoidable inequalities, historical and contemporary injustices, and the elimination of health and healthcare disparities.
14 Approach Prior to National Partnership for Action to End Health Disparities (NPA) Heart Disease & Stroke Cancer HIV/AIDS Environmental Health Health Issue Based Approach Oral Health Mental Health Overweight/ Obesity Diabetes
15 Make no little plans, they have no magic to stir men s blood and probably themselves will not be realized. Make big plans; aim high in hope and work, remembering that a noble, logical diagram once recorded will never die, but long after we are gone will be a living thing, asserting itself with ever growing insistency. David Burnham (Chicago architect, 1925)
16 National Launch of NPA 4/8/11 Community Driven HHS Response
17 NPA Mission Increase the effectiveness of programs that target the elimination of health disparities through the coordination of partners, leaders, and stakeholders committed to action
18 National Partnership for Action Purpose and Components of Strategy Purpose: Mobilize public-private sector action to end health disparities Components: National Stakeholder Strategy (NSS), Regional Health Equity Councils, Issue Blueprints (e.g. LGBT, Disabilities), Initiatives/ Campaigns and HHS Action Plan
19 NPA Goals Increase awareness of the significance of health disparities Strengthen and broaden leadership Improve health system and life experience Improve cultural & linguistic competency & diversity of the health workforce Improve data availability, & coordination, use, & diffusion of research & evaluation
21 Regional Conversation Meetings Representatives Community State & Local Government Tribal Government/Health Services Healthcare and Healthcare System Education and Research Private Sector
23 Examples of NPA Partners National Business Group on Health National Conference of State Legislatures American Heart Association Association of State and Territorial Health Officials
24 National Business Group on Health Little initiative 2008 to track Member disparities Survey Findings among employees Majority of employers are unaware of disparities as a business issue Only 1/3 of respondents thought reducing disparities was an important or very important issue Few employers make employees aware of healthcare reduction strategies Disparities reduction criteria are not a requirement for selecting health plans Top barrier to implementing a disparities reduction program was lack of data identifying the problem
25 NPA Goals and Strategies Goal Description Strategies 1 AWARENESS Increase awareness of the significance of health disparities, their impact on the nation, and the actions necessary to improve health outcomes for racial, ethnic, and underserved populations 1. Healthcare Agenda. Ensure that ending health disparities is a priority on local, state, regional, tribal and federal healthcare agendas. 2. Partnerships. Develop and support partnerships among public, nonprofit, and private entities to provide a comprehensive infrastructure to increase awareness, drive action, and ensure accountability in efforts to end health disparities and achieve health equity across the lifespan. 3. Media. Leverage local, regional, and national media outlets using traditional and new media approaches as well as information technology to reach a multi-tier audience including racial and ethnic minority communities, youth, young adults, older persons, persons with disabilities, LGBT groups, and geographically isolated individuals to encourage action and accountability. 4. Communication. Create and use communication mechanisms tailored for specific audiences across their lifespan, and present varied views of the consequences of health disparities that will encourage individuals and organizations to act and reinvest in public health.
26 NPA Goals and Strategies Goal Description Strategies 2 LEADERSHIP Strengthen and broaden leadership for addressing health disparities at all levels 5. Capacity Building. Build capacity at all levels of decisionmaking to promote community solutions for ending health disparities. 6. Funding Priorities. Improve coordination, collaboration, and opportunities for soliciting community input on funding priorities and involvement in research and services. 7. Youth. Invest in young people to prepare them to be future leaders and practitioners by actively engaging and including them in the planning and execution of health, wellness, and safety initiatives.
27 NPA Goals and Strategies Goal Description Strategies 3 HEALTH SYSTEM AND LIFE EXPERIENCE Improve health and healthcare outcomes for racial, ethnic, and underserved populations 8. Access to Care. Ensure access to quality health care for all. 9. Children. Ensure the provision of needed services (e.g., mental, oral, vision, hearing, and physical health; nutrition; and those related to the social and physical environments) for atrisk children, including children in out-of-home care. 10. Older Adults. Enable the provision of needed services and programs to foster healthy aging. 11. Health Communication. Enhance and improve health service experience through improved health literacy, communications, and interactions.
28 NPA Goals and Strategies Goal Description Strategies 3 HEALTH SYSTEM AND LIFE EXPERIENCE Improve health and healthcare outcomes for racial, ethnic, and underserved populations 12. Education. Substantially increase, with a goal of 100%, high school graduation rates by working with schools, early childhood programs, community organizations, public health agencies, health plan providers, and businesses to promote the connection between educational attainment and long term health benefits. 13. Social and Economic Conditions. Support and implement policies that create the social, environmental, and economic conditions required to realize healthy outcomes.
29 NPA Goals and Strategies Goal Description Strategies 4 CULTURAL AND LINQUISTIC COMPETENCY Improve cultural and linguistic competency and the diversity of the health-related workforce 14. Workforce Training. Develop and support the health workforce and related industry workforces to promote the availability of cultural and linguistic competency training that is sensitive to the cultural and language variations of diverse communities. 15. Diversity. Increase diversity and competency of the health workforce and related industry workforces through recruitment, retention, and training of racially, ethnically, and culturally diverse individuals and through leadership action by healthcare organizations and systems. 16. Ethics and Standards, and Financing for Interpreting and Translation Services. Encourage interpreters, translators, and bilingual staff providing services in languages other than English to follow codes of ethics and standards of practice for interpreting and translation. Encourage financing and reimbursement for health interpreting services.
30 NPA Goals and Strategies Goal Description Strategies 5 RESEARCH AND EVALUATION Improve data availability, and coordination, utilization, and diffusion of research and evaluation outcomes 17. Data. Ensure the availability of health data on all racial, ethnic, and underserved populations. 18. Community-Based Research and Action, and Community Originated Intervention Strategies. Invest in community-based participatory research and evaluation of community-originated intervention strategies in order to build capacity at the local level for ending health disparities. 19. Coordination of Research. Support and improve coordination of research that enhances understanding about, and proposes methodology for, ending health and healthcare disparities. 20. Knowledge Transfer. Expand and enhance transfer of knowledge generated by research and evaluation for decisionmaking about policies, programs, and grantmaking related to health disparities and health equity.
31 So, Who Is Going to Do the NPA Work? Who is Going to Pay for It? How Long Will It Last?
32 Combining Blending Fusing Integration is the act of combining systems (or subsystems) so that they work together or form an effective whole. adapted from
33 Conditions for Integration Shared vision and goal(s) Common purpose and set of objectives Unifying architecture Special knowledge or assets Anticipate and plan for challenges
34 To Integrate or not to Integrate? Answer: There is no choice Continued disparate outcomes for racial, ethnic, and other vulnerable populations Impact on communities, healthcare system, global competitiveness Limited resources are getting tighter No one organization can do it alone
36 Horizontal and Vertical Integration Horizontal: Vertical: Examples* Federal Sector Agencies State Offices of Minority Health, Multicultural Health, or Health Equity with Local Offices of Minority Health *There are many other horizontal and vertical collaborations that are possible
37 Federal Collaboration Connecting the Pieces NIH SAMHSA CMS ACF CDC OS AoA Other Federal IHS HRSA AHRQ FDA
38 Federal Interagency Health Equity Team (FIHET) Purpose Foster communications and activities of the NPA within federal agencies and their partners Increase the efficiencies and effectiveness of policies and programs at the national, state, tribal, and local levels that work toward ending health disparities
39 Federal Interagency Health Equity Team Functions Identify opportunities for federal collaboration, partnership, coordination, and/or action on efforts that are relevant to the NPA and National Plan for Action Provide leadership and guidance for national, regional, state, and local efforts to address health equity
40 Federal Interagency Health Equity Team Select Goals UNITE around a national message COLLABORATE around common goals LEVERAGE assets and experiences of partners IDENTIFY opportunities for collaborations, partnerships, and communications CREATE opportunities to transition evidencebased findings to practice / policy
41 Federal Interagency Health Equity Agriculture Commerce Consumer Product Safety Commission Defense Education Environmental Protection Agency Team Departments Health and Human Services Homeland Security Housing and Urban Development Justice Labor Transportation Veterans Affairs
42 National Launch of NPA 4/8/11 Community Driven HHS Response
43 HHS Action Plan to Reduce Health Disparities Goal 1 = Transform Health Care I.C.4 Increase Access to Dental Care in Medicaid and CHIP Lead Agency = CMS Participating Agencies = ACF, CDC, HRSA, OASH/OMH
44 HHS Action Plan to Reduce Health Disparities I.C.4 Increase Access to Dental Care in Medicaid and CHIP 1. Increase by 10% the rate of children up to age 20 enrolled in Medicaid or CHIP who receive any preventive dental service and the rate of enrolled children ages 6-9 who receive a dental sealant on a permanent molar tooth
45 HHS Action Plan to Reduce Health Disparities I.C.4 Increase Access to Dental Care in Medicaid and CHIP 2. Work with States to Develop Oral Health Action Plans 3. Strengthen technical assistance to states and tribes 4. Improving outreach to dental healthcare providers
46 HHS Action Plan to Reduce Health Disparities I.C.4 Increase Access to Dental Care in Medicaid and CHIP 5. Increase outreach to beneficiaries 6. Partner with relevant governmental agencies and private sector organizations
47 I have discovered in life that there are ways of getting almost anywhere you want to go, if you really want to go. Langston Hughes
48 Do you really want to go?
50 OPPORTUNITY IS NOW HERE!
51 Benefits of Becoming a NPA Partner Partnering organization will be listed in a national, searchable directory on the NPA website Partner activities will be listed on the NPA website, and announced in bi-weekly "Healthier Minorities, Healthier America" Newsletter, as well as on Twitter using handle. Partners will be extended the opportunity to provide input and participation in regional NPA activities. Partners may use NPA partner logo for approved activities. Partners will have exclusive eligibility to apply for Secretary s Award. (Pending)
52 Together we can. Together we will. End Health Disparities! Rochelle Rollins, PhD, MPH Director, Division of Policy and Data HHS/Office of Minority Health (240)
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