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    Connecting Health and Housing Programs: Collaborative Efforts to Improve Asthma Outcomes

    Moderator: Tracy Washington Enger, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Presenters: Amanda Reddy and Tom Carroll, New York State Healthy

    Neighborhoods Program

    Presenter: Margaret Reid, Boston Public Health Commission

    Welcome to the Webinar

    Wednesday, February 1, 2012 Webinar 2:00 – 3:00

    Live online Q&A 3:00 – 4:00 on AsthmaCommunityNetwork.org

    Operator Assisted Toll-Free Dial-In Number: (800) 374-0278 Conference ID: 41320169

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    Introduction

    Tracy Washington Enger U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

    Operator Assisted Toll-Free Dial-In Number: (800) 374-0278 Conference ID: 41320169

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    Purpose of Webinar

    1. Learn about two exemplary models of healthy homes programs, a city-wide program and a state-wide program, that improve asthma outcomes.

    2. Identify the benefits of collaborations, the characteristics of good partnerships and tips for approaching new partners.

    3. Hear about outcomes and results, and how to demonstrate the value of healthy homes collaborations.

    4. Learn how to start or expand healthy housing collaborations focused on improving asthma outcomes.

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    Agenda 1. Introduction to the System for Delivering High-Quality Asthma Care

    2. Focus on New York State Healthy Neighborhoods Program and Boston Healthy Homes Programs

    3. Moderated discussion with presenters on five topics:

    – Benefits of collaborating for improving asthma outcomes – Key partners for effective healthy homes programs – Creating effective partnerships and coordinating resources

    within/across agencies and sectors

    – Partnerships can lead to sustainable institutional change – Measuring results

    4. Q&A Session in AsthmaCommunityNetwork.org Discussion Forum

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    Do you have questions? Amanda and Margaret will be available online in the AsthmaCommunityNetwork.org Discussion Forum from 3:00-4:00 p.m. EST today to respond to questions you post in the Discussion Forum. To post a question in the Discussion Forum, follow these directions: 1. If you are a Network member, log-in to your AsthmaCommunityNetwork.org

    account.

    2. Under the “Interact” tab on the homepage navigation, Click on the “Discussion

    Forum” link. 3. Click on the blue “post to the forum” button in the green box at the top of the

    page to post your question. 4. When you have finished entering in your question, click the “Save” button at the

    bottom of the page.

    Questions & Answers Session on AsthmaCommunityNetwork.org Discussion Forum

    Not a member? Create an account at AsthmaCommunityNetwork.org by clicking the “Join Now” link at the top of the page. Your account will be approved momentarily and you can begin posting questions.

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    Who: Champions and Leaders of Community Asthma Assets

    Local Environmental

    Public Officials

    State Agencies

    Public Housing

    Schools

    Non-Profits

    Service Providers

    Coalitions

    Funders

    Health Plans

    Tailored Environmental Interventions

    Integrated Health Care

    Services

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    Poll Question Audience Snapshot

    Which best describes your organization?

    Other Groups Represented:

    •Academic Organization •Non-Profit

    •Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

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    EPA Award Winners

    EPA’s highest recognition a program and its leaders can receive for delivering excellent environmental asthma management.

    Apply by Feb. 21

    www.asthmaawards.info

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    New York State (NYS) Department of Health Center for Environmental Health

    Amanda Reddy Research Scientist

    Thomas Carroll Chief Sanitarian

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    • Location: High-risk neighborhoods across NYS • Type of Program: Local and State Public Health

    Department Collaboration

    • Service Area: Target neighborhoods within selected urban, suburban and rural communities

    • Population Served: Between 10/2007 and 6/2011, the program provided services to 58,000 residents in more than 20,000 homes in high-risk areas: • Approximately 13% of the residents had asthma, half of the households

    were identified as non-white and roughly half receive public assistance.

    Program Overview

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    • We are a healthy homes program that seeks to reduce the burden of housing related illness and injury, especially among vulnerable populations in NYS • Homes in high-risk areas are identified through a

    combination of door to door canvassing and referrals

    • Homes are assessed and interventions (education, referrals and products) are provided based on specific problems identified during the home visit

    • Centrally managed at the state level, but services are delivered through local programs

    Program Overview

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    • The major activities our program pursues to drive toward our target outcomes include:

    – Integrated clinical services: strategic local partnerships with clinical organizations

    – Tailored environmental interventions: built upon existing successful healthy homes program

    – High performing collaborations: state health department is uniquely positioned to facilitate partnerships and streamline communication and evaluation activities

    Activities and Outcomes

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    Collaborations and Partnerships

    Asthma Control Program Healthy Neighborhoods Program

    Tobacco Control Program Center for Environmental Health

    Center for Community Health Office of Health Insurance Programs

    Asthma Partnership of New York

    STATE

    Regional asthma coalitions Managed care plans

    Hospitals and urgent care centers Providers and practices

    School nurses Office of Health Insurance Programs

    Bureau of Chronic Disease Prevention

    CLINICAL/ REGIONAL

    LOCAL

    NYS Healthy Neighborhoods Program Providers and practices

    Hospitals and urgent care centers Managed care plans

    School nurses Community foundations and

    organizations and many others

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