Reigniting Colorectal Cancer Screening In Nebraska: Opportunities for Reaching & Screening the Unscreened - Shared screen with speaker view
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Michael G Skoch, MD; Chief Medical Director, Nebraska Total Care. Cancun.
Lisa Richardson Division Director Cancer Control Anywhere in Spain
Tracey Bonneau, DHHS, Marketing Coordinator, agree with Maya - a beach
Suzanne Forkner, Program Manager, NDHHS, Estes Park, CO
Patricia Doxey, CRCS Program Lead, Leavitt Partners, anywhere new!
Arielle Ramos - Gap Closure Analyst - Nebraska Medicine. I would love to go back to Norway!
Jolene Rohde, Program Manager - Comprehensive Cancer Control Program, Nebraska DHHS, Anywhere with mountains!
Sara Morgan, Administrator, DHHS - northwest America
Brenda Kastens. LMHP, DHHS MLTC Health Services Administrator I. Estes Park.
Barry Hoover, SERPA ACO, CMO, Key West
Laura Mader, Market Quality Director E&I NE/KS/IA, Grand Island, NE, Hawaii
Mary Jo Gillespie
Mary Jo Gillespie, Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln---Colorado mountains
Laura Stang DHHS Program Specialist RN Alaska
Kay DeRossett Program Specialist RN, DHHS MLTC, Tybee Island GA
Melissa Leypoldt, Women's and Men's Health Programs , DHHS , Beach.
Tamara Robinson, Program Director, Nebraska Cancer Coalition, Anywhere peaceful
Rebecca Palpant Shimkets, NACDD Public Health Consultant, Roatan, Honduras
Aaron Sweazy. Women's and Men's Health Programs- Community Health Educator. Somewhere with loved ones regardless of place.
Cathy Dillon, Program Manager, Nebraska DHHS. Love the mountains, the beach and anywhere with coffee!
Londa Krull,RN Program Specialist MLTC DHHS, Florida
Timothy Duey, Legislative Aide, Office of Sen. Rich Pahls, anywhere where the fishing is good
Shantell Skalberg/Faith Regional Health Services/Executive Direction of Marketing, PR & Foundation/The Beach
Jeff Harris, U. of Washington, Antarctica
Meagan Horne, RN Program Specialist for MLTC DHHS. anywhere with a beach as well
Lynn Jones, RN Nebraska Women's and Men's Health Program, close by, Colorado...away, Italy
Joey Labadie, Every Woman Matters and Nebraska Colon Cancer Program. Seeing all 4 of my adult kids together.
Amy Booe DHHS Program Specialist RN for MLTC. anywhere with a beach
Andy Link; American Cancer Society; anywhere in the mountains.
Jennifer Boehm, CDC Public Health Advisor for the Nebraska Cancer Screening Programs. the mountains, somewhere colder than Atlanta. I love Estes Park too, Brenda!
Emily Sarcone, CHI Health
Amy Reynoldson, Nebraska Medical Association, Negril, Jamaica (Bloody Bay)
Natalie Kingston, DHHS
Telicia Hill, Nebraska Medicine
Julie Fedderson, UnitedHealthcare Medicaid CMO
I will answer in the chat box.
Comment from Dr. Khan: NE is leading with engagement with insurers
Dr. Khan that is great, we are going to learn a lot from you.
JY Kim (UNMC)
Dr. Richardson - thank you very much for such informative presentation! I am glad to see evidence-based interventions actually work! Where can I read more detailed information about that?
The CDC has published some evaluation results on the CRCCP implementation of EBIs: https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/crccp/manuscripts/index.htm
What recommendations do you have for engaging interaction with public health and primary care?
National Academies Report from 2012 discussing how Primary care and public health should work together. https://www.nap.edu/catalog/13381/primary-care-and-public-health-exploring-integration-to-improve-population
Dr. Khan - how would you encourage Primary Care MDs to adapt/ encourage the use of tests besides Colonoscopy?
You'd mentioned Nebraska is where data goes to die. What are some of the obstacles in obtaining public health data in Nebraska?
These are the list of publications from the CRCCP from the last 5 year cycle.
The best screening test is the one that gets done!
True, the quote really means to offer chocies to people, not just colonoscopy. Some will not do that as the first choice
Thanks for the invite, i have to leave. enjoy the rest of you meeting.
Thank you to all our presenters who have kicked off today’s engagement meeting. Such wonderful information and resources are being shared.
Thanks for a great summary Patricia
Thank you Patricia! Great information!
Appreciate the summary Patricia and the deidentified summary that was emailed out yesterday.
Here's the JAMA study referenced in this presentation: JAMA. 2021;325(19):1978-1997. doi:10.1001/jama.2021.4417
Thank you Dr. Thorson and to all our presenters. The information and resources being shared are incredible.
Dr. Thorson, what do you think might contribute to the increased cancer incidence among younger people? Thanks.
Thank you Dr. Thorson. I am always interested in the family history/genetic component. I appreciate you sharing this information.
From Dr. Thorson: We don't know all of the factors but suggest there are probably a number that are interacting together, e.g. increased incidence of known risk factors such as obesity and DM. Sedentary lifestyles as we have transitioned into more and more of a less physical working environment for many individuals, etc.
What do you think Nebraska should do to make a shift or a good “next step”
Great question Tracey!
what was the website again you just mentioned?
Thank you Dr. Rauner for your great presentation and information.
My internet is extremely unstable. You can’t seem to hear me!
I am not sure what to do with Kay and Joey….
Thank you Melissa! And thank you Maya for your great facilitation!
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thanks to all who presented and worked on this. Very informative!
Thank you ALL for participating today!
Thank you everyone for an engaging, informative and successful meeting today!
Great Job everyone!
Kudos to you all!!