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Title: Mississippi Mobilization Against Diabetes


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Mississippi Mobilization Against Diabetes
  • Diabetes Prevention and Control Program

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Is diabetes a problem in Mississippi?
  • In Mississippi, for every 1,000 persons, there
    are 95 cases of Diabetes
  • Nearly 285,000 persons in Mississippi have
    diabetes with approximately one-third being
    undiagnosed.
  • Diabetes contributes to at least 1,800 deaths
    annually.

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By conclusion of this Symposium, nearly 1,280
persons will have developed diabetes.
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In accordance with the Mission of the MDH, the
DPCP is responsible for promoting and protecting
the health of all Mississippians affected by
diabetes.
DPCP
Advised by MMAD
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Patient Advocacy Groups
Diabetes Foundations
Patients
Healthcare Clinicians
DPCP
Health Educators Social Workers
Policy Makers
Community Faith Based Groups
Academic Institutions
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What is the Diabetes Program?
  • Funded through CDC to conduct programs which
    will
  • Increase foot examinations
  • Increase eye examinations
  • Increase HgA1c testing
  • Increase flu vaccinations
  • Reduce Health Disparities
  • Establish Wellness Programs
  • Evaluate the Statewide Diabetes Public Health
    System

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Programs
  • LEAP Lower Extremity Amputation Prevention
  • PAAC Program
  • Continuing Education
  • Community Mobilization
  • Quality Improvement Initiatives
  • Mississippi Mobilization Against Diabetes
  • State Plan for Diabetes Prevention and Control

8
Continuing Education
  • Annual Diabetes Educational Seminar
  • Co-sponsored by the Diabetes Foundation of MS
  • Provides information to healthcare providers on
    current diabetes related care practices.
  • Annual Diabetes Symposium and Workshop
  • Co-sponsored by Information and Quality
    Healthcare
  • Educates healthcare professionals about the ways
    to increase and improve quality of life outcomes
    for people with diabetes.

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Lower Extremity Amputation Prevention Workshops
  • Provides foot examination training to identify
    patients at risk for developing foot problems.
  • Participants acquire assessment skills pertaining
    to the diabetic foot and skill to use
    monofilaments for determining a patients risk
    for developing foot ulcers.

11
Community Based Initiatives
  • Mini-Grants to conduct diabetes prevention and
    control activities
  • Diabetes Support Group
  • Cooking Classes
  • Health Fairs
  • Educational Seminars
  • Health Screenings

12
Support of the Diabetes Collaborative
Doctor and Patient Working Together for Improved
Outcomes
13
Partnership with African American Churches
  • Making a PAAC to identify, prevent, and treat
    chronic illness in African American communities.

14
PAAC Goal
  • Establish churches as health resource centers in
    order to broaden the knowledge and understanding
    of health education and provide information on
    lifestyle choices and social issues that affect
    long-term health.

15
FY 2007 ActivitiesMarch 30, 2006 March 29, 2007
  • Diabetes Public Health System Infrastructure and
    Improvement
  • Disease Management Education and Application
  • Health Promotion and Education
  • 44 of Budget - Community Programs and Services

16
Diabetes Public Health System Infrastructure and
Improvement
  • SDPHS Performance Improvement Plan
  • Establish Regional Diabetes Coalitions
  • Essential Public Health Services Training
  • Diabetes Today Training
  • Publish Diabetes Report Card

17
Disease Management Education and Application
  • Diabetes Education and Training Programs
  • Diabetes Symposium and Workshop
  • Diabetes Education Seminar
  • Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention Conference
  • Community Health Center Disease Management
    Collaborative
  • Lower Extremity Amputation Prevention Program
  • Disease Management Intervention Program
  • Partnership with Community Health Centers and the
    University of MS Medical Center Metabolic Clinic

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Health Promotion and Education
  • Diabetes Prevention Pilot
  • Partnership with Cardiovascular Health Program
  • Community/Faith Based Health Promotion Programs
  • Mini grant program
  • Health Education Training
  • Chronic Disease Conference provide tools to
    conduct health promotion programs

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What is MMAD?
  • Statewide Diabetes Public Health System
  • An association of individuals who care about
    improving the health of those affected by
    diabetes.
  • Healthcare Professionals
  • Lay Persons
  • Patients
  • Educators
  • Administrators
  • Program Managers
  • Community Members

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Transportation Leisure Employment Recreation Publi
c policy Religious Affiliation Community
Support Insurance Media Primary health
care Tertiary health care
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What is MMAD?
  • In 2002, a group of professionals interested in
    diabetes were convened to develop the State Plan
    for Diabetes Prevention and Control in
    Mississippi.
  • In 2003, the original group and new members
    convened to design a process to assess the
    strengths and weaknesses of Mississippis system
    of diabetes care and prevention.
  • Partnered with Emory University, Rollins School
    of Public Health
  • In 2005, the entire group reconvened to review
    assessment results and to develop a performance
    improvement plan for the state.

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What is MMADs purpose?
  • To improve the statewide system of care for
    persons with diabetes
  • Healthcare Access
  • Continuing Education
  • Healthcare Policy
  • Standards of Care
  • Quality of Care
  • Healthcare Disparities

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What has MMAD Accomplished?
  • Statewide Diabetes Public Health Performance
    Assessment (Ten Essential Public Health Services)
  • Areas of Strength
  • Mobilizing Community Partners
  • Linking to Community Services
  • Educating/Informing
  • Areas that Need Improvement
  • Monitoring the burden of diabetes
  • Ensuring Competent Workforce
  • Evaluation

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Next Steps
  • MMAD to be recognized by the state as the
    official body that
  • Addresses issues which affect people with or at
    risk for developing diabetes
  • Advises on policy issues related to diabetes
  • Maintains a quality system of education for all
    persons with diabetes and the healthcare
    professionals who care for them

26
Next Steps Continued
  • MMAD Formal Structure
  • Expand/Sustain membership to include all
    stakeholders
  • Review Current State Plan (2004-2008)
  • Complete report of progress to date
  • Re-set goals/objectives

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  • Regions
  • North Mississippi
  • Delta Region
  • Choctaw/Native American Region
  • Central Mississippi
  • Southwest Mississippi
  • South Mississippi

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Mississippi State Plan for Diabetes Prevention
and Control
  • Interim Progress Report

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Broaden public knowledge and understanding that
diabetes is a common, serious, and costly
disease diabetes is treatable and Type 2
diabetes can be delayed and sometimes prevented.
Objective Achieved
By, 2008 provide information to 90 percent of state legislators and policy makers on the number of Mississippians afflicted with Diabetes and the impact of this disease on the states citizens No. Plan to develop Diabetes Report Card by March 30, 2007.
By 2008, provide information to 70 percent of Mississippi communities concerning risk factors, prevention, and treatment of diabetes and the complications of uncontrolled and undiagnosed diabetes. In progress. Need information from partners on their work in this area.
30
Increase patients knowledge and under-standing
of self-management behaviors to decrease chronic
complications of diabetes.
Objective Achieved
By 2008, provide access to education on effective diabetes self-management behaviors and practices to 70 of patients diagnosed with diabetes. In progress. Need information from partners on their work in this area.
By 2008, increase foot examinations for persons with diagnosed diabetes by 50 to decrease or prevent amputations. In progress (LEAP). Need information from partners on their work in this area.
31
Improve the standards of care in Mississippi to
prevent diabetes complications and reduce
hospitalizations.
Objective Achieved
By 2008, 25 of health care providers will have increased knowledge and understanding of current and effective diabetes management practices. In progress. Need information from partners on their work in this area.
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Improve the ability of diabetes services for
special populations, such as minority, elderly,
and rural by creating Diabetes Resource Centers
in areas where these populations are concentrated.
Objective Achieved
By 2008, provide access to health care providers for 70 of patients with diabetes. Not Complete. Need mechanism for tracking this information. Need information from partners.
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Diabetes Resources
  • Educational Literature (601-576-7781)
  • 50 Ways to Prevent Diabetes
  • 4 Steps to Control Your Diabetes For Life
  • Diabetes Health Guide

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Diabetes Resources Continued
  • www.diabetes.org
  • www.ndep.nih.gov
  • www.msdiabetes.org
  • www.diabetesatwork.org
  • www.cdc.gov/diabetes
  • www.HealthyMS.com

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How can you get involved?
  • Become a member of the Mississippi Mobilization
    Against Diabetes
  • Start a Diabetes Coalition in Your Community
  • Attend Diabetes Related Conferences and Meetings

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Contact
  • Cassandra Dove, Director
  • 601-576-7784
  • Cassandra.dove_at_msdh.state.ms.us
  • Bettye Daniel, Evaluation Lead, LEAP Coordinator,
    PAAC Coordinator
  • 601-576-7737
  • Bettye.daniel_at_msdh.state.ms.us
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