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Reigniting Colorectal Cancer Screening In Nebraska: Opportunities for Reaching & Screening the Unscreened - Shared screen with speaker view
Michael Skoch
36:51
Michael G Skoch, MD; Chief Medical Director, Nebraska Total Care. Cancun.
Lisa Richardson
36:52
Lisa Richardson Division Director Cancer Control Anywhere in Spain
Tracey Bonneau
36:54
Tracey Bonneau, DHHS, Marketing Coordinator, agree with Maya - a beach
Suzanne Forkner
37:03
Suzanne Forkner, Program Manager, NDHHS, Estes Park, CO
Leavitt Partners
37:06
Patricia Doxey, CRCS Program Lead, Leavitt Partners, anywhere new!
Arielle Ramos
37:06
Arielle Ramos - Gap Closure Analyst - Nebraska Medicine. I would love to go back to Norway!
Jolene Rohde
37:06
Jolene Rohde, Program Manager - Comprehensive Cancer Control Program, Nebraska DHHS, Anywhere with mountains!
Sara Morgan
37:07
Sara Morgan, Administrator, DHHS - northwest America
Brenda Kastens
37:08
Brenda Kastens. LMHP, DHHS MLTC Health Services Administrator I. Estes Park.
Barry Hoover
37:16
Barry Hoover, SERPA ACO, CMO, Key West
Laura Mader
37:16
Laura Mader, Market Quality Director E&I NE/KS/IA, Grand Island, NE, Hawaii
Mary Jo Gillespie
37:17
Mary Jo Gillespie, Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln---Colorado mountains
Laura Stang
37:17
Laura Stang DHHS Program Specialist RN Alaska
Kay DeRossett
37:19
Kay DeRossett Program Specialist RN, DHHS MLTC, Tybee Island GA
Melissa Leypoldt
37:20
Melissa Leypoldt, Women's and Men's Health Programs , DHHS , Beach.
Tamara Robinson
37:22
Tamara Robinson, Program Director, Nebraska Cancer Coalition, Anywhere peaceful
Rebecca Shimkets
37:29
Rebecca Palpant Shimkets, NACDD Public Health Consultant, Roatan, Honduras
Aaron Sweazy
37:30
Aaron Sweazy. Women's and Men's Health Programs- Community Health Educator. Somewhere with loved ones regardless of place.
Cathy Dillon
37:34
Cathy Dillon, Program Manager, Nebraska DHHS. Love the mountains, the beach and anywhere with coffee!
Londa Krull
37:35
Londa Krull,RN Program Specialist MLTC DHHS, Florida
Timothy Duey
37:40
Timothy Duey, Legislative Aide, Office of Sen. Rich Pahls, anywhere where the fishing is good
Shantell Skalberg
37:42
Shantell Skalberg/Faith Regional Health Services/Executive Direction of Marketing, PR & Foundation/The Beach
Jeffrey Harris
37:45
Jeff Harris, U. of Washington, Antarctica
Meagan Horne
37:57
Meagan Horne, RN Program Specialist for MLTC DHHS. anywhere with a beach as well
Lynn Jones
38:18
Lynn Jones, RN Nebraska Women's and Men's Health Program, close by, Colorado...away, Italy
Joey Labadoe
38:21
Joey Labadie, Every Woman Matters and Nebraska Colon Cancer Program. Seeing all 4 of my adult kids together.
Amy Booe
38:22
Amy Booe DHHS Program Specialist RN for MLTC. anywhere with a beach
Andy Link
38:24
Andy Link; American Cancer Society; anywhere in the mountains.
Jennifer Boehm
38:36
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
39:00
Emily Sarcone, CHI Health
Amy Reynoldson
39:05
Amy Reynoldson, Nebraska Medical Association, Negril, Jamaica (Bloody Bay)
Natalie Kingston
39:07
Natalie Kingston, DHHS
Telicia Hill
39:32
Telicia Hill, Nebraska Medicine
Julie Fedderson
50:04
Julie Fedderson, UnitedHealthcare Medicaid CMO
Lisa Richardson
01:05:03
I will answer in the chat box.
Tracey Bonneau
01:06:33
Comment from Dr. Khan: NE is leading with engagement with insurers
Lisa Richardson
01:07:11
Dr. Khan that is great, we are going to learn a lot from you.
JY Kim (UNMC)
01:11:21
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?
Leavitt Partners
01:17:26
The CDC has published some evaluation results on the CRCCP implementation of EBIs: https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/crccp/manuscripts/index.htm
Lisa Richardson
01:17:29
https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/crccp/action-guides.htm https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/crccp/manuscripts/index.htm
Tamara Robinson
01:18:41
What recommendations do you have for engaging interaction with public health and primary care?
Lisa Richardson
01:18:56
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
Telicia Hill
01:19:16
Dr. Khan - how would you encourage Primary Care MDs to adapt/ encourage the use of tests besides Colonoscopy?
Timothy Duey
01:19:17
You'd mentioned Nebraska is where data goes to die. What are some of the obstacles in obtaining public health data in Nebraska?
Lisa Richardson
01:22:45
These are the list of publications from the CRCCP from the last 5 year cycle.
Leavitt Partners
01:25:06
The best screening test is the one that gets done!
Lisa Richardson
01:26:38
True, the quote really means to offer chocies to people, not just colonoscopy. Some will not do that as the first choice
Lisa Richardson
01:26:58
Thanks for the invite, i have to leave. enjoy the rest of you meeting.
Suzanne Forkner
01:37:06
Thank you to all our presenters who have kicked off today’s engagement meeting. Such wonderful information and resources are being shared.
Tracey Bonneau
01:47:33
Thanks for a great summary Patricia
Jolene Rohde
01:47:43
Thank you Patricia! Great information!
Suzanne Forkner
01:49:17
Appreciate the summary Patricia and the deidentified summary that was emailed out yesterday.
Leavitt Partners
02:00:26
Here's the JAMA study referenced in this presentation: JAMA. 2021;325(19):1978-1997. doi:10.1001/jama.2021.4417
Andy Link
02:03:17
Thank you Dr. Thorson and to all our presenters. The information and resources being shared are incredible.
Lifeng Li
02:04:12
Dr. Thorson, what do you think might contribute to the increased cancer incidence among younger people? Thanks.
Suzanne Forkner
02:05:31
Thank you Dr. Thorson. I am always interested in the family history/genetic component. I appreciate you sharing this information.
Tiffany Pertillar
02:06:52
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.
Tracey Bonneau
02:31:04
What do you think Nebraska should do to make a shift or a good “next step”
Aaron Sweazy
02:31:32
Great question Tracey!
Tracey Bonneau
02:33:49
what was the website again you just mentioned?
Robert Rauner
02:34:04
www.healthynebraska.org
Suzanne Forkner
02:37:23
Thank you Dr. Rauner for your great presentation and information.
Tiffany Pertillar
02:39:03
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IX9EIUyqSxoefa8ImC9hCZbgQrAErM47/view?usp=sharing
Tiffany Pertillar
02:45:18
My internet is extremely unstable. You can’t seem to hear me!
Tiffany Pertillar
02:45:19
I am not sure what to do with Kay and Joey….
Jolene Rohde
03:27:32
Thank you Melissa! And thank you Maya for your great facilitation!
Tiffany Pertillar
03:27:39
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Laura Stang
03:28:42
thanks to all who presented and worked on this. Very informative!
Tracey Bonneau
03:28:47
Thank you ALL for participating today!
Telicia Hill
03:28:52
THANKS!
Suzanne Forkner
03:28:55
Thank you everyone for an engaging, informative and successful meeting today!
Aaron Sweazy
03:29:02
Great Job everyone!
Cathy Dillon
03:29:09
Kudos to you all!!
Rebecca Shimkets
03:29:10
Thank you!