Ontario County Department of Health and Hospital(s) Prevention Agenda 2013-2018 Priority Selection and Partners

Ontario County Prevention Agenda 2013-2018 Tracking Indicator Dashboard

I. Local County Department of Health - Priorities, Partners, Goals and Interventions

Community Health Improvement Plan

Prevention Agenda Priorities:

Preventing Chronic Diseases: View the State Action Plan for this priority

  • Access to High-Quality Chronic Disease Preventive Care and Management in Clinical and Community Settings.
  • Reduce Illness, Disability and Death Related to Tobacco Use and Secondhand Smoke Exposure.

Partners:

  • Local Health Department
  • Hospital
  • Community Health Centers
  • Business Organizations/Corporations
  • Colleges/Universities
  • Media Organizations
  • Mental/Behavioral Agencies/Organizations
  • Social Services
  • CBO-Youth Focused
  • Clinical or community based lifestyle change program
  • Clinical or community based lifestyle change Referral Agency
  • Local Coalition

Goals:

  • Create community environments that promote and support healthy food and beverage choices and physical activity
  • Prevent childhood obesity through early child-care and schools
  • Expand the role of health care and health service providers and insurers in obesity prevention
  • Decrease hypertension rates Promote culturally relevant chronic disease self-management education

Interventions:

  • Increasing adoption and use of food standards
  • Promoting of policies and practices in support of breastfeeding
  • Breastfeeding policies, sugar sweetened beverage policies, health meeting guidelines, healthy vending policies, physical activity resource guide, promoting policies and practices to increase healthy eating and physical activity, reduce screen time, schoo l use agreements, educating providers to talk to their patients about nutrition, physical activity and tobacco use
  • Reduce sodium content in meals served at hospitals, nursing home, and senior meal providers
  • Participate in the Finger Lakes Health Systems Activity Hypertension Program Offer chronic disease self-management programs

Local Health Department Contact

II. Hospitals - Priorities, Partners, Goals and Interventions

Clifton Springs Hospital

Community Service Plan

Prevention Agenda Priorities:

Preventing Chronic Diseases: View the State Action Plan for this priority

  • Access to High-Quality Chronic Disease Preventive Care and Management in Clinical and Community Settings.
  • Reduce Illness, Disability and Death Related to Tobacco Use and Secondhand Smoke Exposure.

Partners:

  • Local Health Department
  • Hospital
  • Colleges/Universities
  • Schools
  • Local Coalition

Goals:

  • Promote evidence-based care
  • Increase screening rates for cardiovascular diseases; diabetes; and breast, cervical and colorectal cancers, especially among populations experiencing health disparities
  • Hypertension - Increase access to high quality chronic disease preventive care and management in clinical settings
  • Prevent childhood obesity through early child-care and schools
  • Create community environments that promote and support healthy food and beverage choices and physical activity

Interventions:

  • Promoting healthy menu choices, healthy vending policies, healthy meeting guidelines, promoting physical activity through a visitor and online guide to county resources, promoting 5-2-1-0, promoting the importance of physical activity and nutrition through education
  • Promoting of policies and practices in support of breastfeeding
  • Increasing adoption and use of food standards

Hospital Contact

Finger Lakes Health System: Geneva General Hospital

Community Service Plan

Prevention Agenda Priorities:

Preventing Chronic Diseases: View the State Action Plan for this priority

  • Access to High-Quality Chronic Disease Preventive Care and Management in Clinical and Community Settings.
  • Reduce Illness, Disability and Death Related to Tobacco Use and Secondhand Smoke Exposure.

Partners:

  • Hospital
  • Philanthropies
  • Colleges/Universities
  • Schools
  • Media Organizations
  • CBO-Youth Focused
  • Local Coalition

Goals:

  • Continue implementation of the nutrition mentoring program
  • (CHAT) – Choose Health Action Teens, with local schools utilizing the “Food, Fun & Fitness”curriculum
  • Expand Walk & Talk program
  • Continue expanding the Cubby Chase event
  • Expand the Cardiac Pre-HAB program, designed to teach community members risk factors for cardiac disease and to help them learn how to modify lifestyle behaviors in order to prevent heart disease, across Finger Lakes Health service area

Interventions:

  • Expand the number of High School students participating in training to become nutrition mentor
  • Expand the program to train college students as mentors
  • Expand the number of sessions conducted by each mentor
  • Do a full 10-week Pre-HAB program in Ontario County – Spring 2014 with 30 attendees
  • Plan two Pre-HAB sessions in Dundee (Yates County) in the winter 2013-2014
  • Track number of participants from Dundee sessions who sign up for full program in Penn Yan
  • Do a full 10-week Pre-HAB program in Yates County – Fall 2014 with 30 attendees
  • Do a full 10-week Pre-HAB program in Seneca County – Spring 2015 with 30 attendees
  • Track health status of program participants at designated intervals following their attendance at the PRE-Hab programs

Hospital Contact

University of Rochester Medical Center: FF Thompson Hospital

Community Service Plan

Prevention Agenda Priorities:

Preventing Chronic Diseases: View the State Action Plan for this priority

  • Access to High-Quality Chronic Disease Preventive Care and Management in Clinical and Community Settings.
  • Reduce Illness, Disability and Death Related to Tobacco Use and Secondhand Smoke Exposure.

Partners:

  • Local Health Department
  • Hospital
  • Community Health Centers
  • Schools
  • Faith-Based Organizations
  • Media Organizations
  • Mental/Behavioral Agencies/Organizations
  • Social Services
  • Local Coalition

Goals:

  • Expand the role of health care and health service providers and insurers in obesity prevention
  • Promote culturally relevant chronic disease self-management education
  • Decrease hypertension rates
  • Prevent childhood obesity through early child-care and schools
  • Prevent initiation of tobacco use by New York youth and young adults, especially among low socioeconomic status (SES) populations
  • Create community environments that promote and support healthy food and beverage choices and physical activity

Interventions:

  • Increasing the availability, accessibility and use of evidence-based interventions in self-care management in clinical and community settings Promoting of policies and practices in support of breastfeeding Healthy vending policies, healthy meeting gu idelines, sugar sweetened beverage policies, resource guide to increase physical activity, promote good nutrition and physical activity, education on the built environment, encourage farm to school programs
  • Increasing adoption and use of food standards

Hospital Contact