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  • http://www.komen.org/grants

  • Incidence Rates and Trends Death Rates and Trends Late-stage Rates and Trends

    Population Group Female

    Population

    (Annual Average)

    # of

    New Cases

    (Annual

    Average)

    Age-

    adjusted

    Rate/

    100,000

    # of Deaths

    (Annual

    Average)

    Age-

    adjusted

    Rate/

    100,000

    # of

    New Cases

    (Annual

    Average)

    Age-

    adjusted

    Rate/

    100,000

    US 154,540,194 198,602 122.1 40,736 22.6 70,218 43.7

    HP2020 . - - - 20.6 - 41.0

    Ohio 5,895,383 8,319 120.8 1,820 24.8 2,972 44.0

    Service Area 1,442,796 1,895 122.3 412 25.7 689 44.8

  • 1,838,526

    2,396,663

    1,705,980

    2,243,238

    -

    500,000

    1,000,000

    1,500,000

    2,000,000

    2,500,000

    3,000,000

    Jan-14 Feb-14 Mar-14 Apr~14 May~14 June~14 July~14 Aug~14 Sep~14

    Ohio Medicaid Enrollment, January- September 2014

    Overall Eligible (ABD+CFC+GP 8+Mycare) Overall Enrollment (ABD+CFC+GP 8+Mycare)

  • FY15 RFAS

  • Education RFA

    Access RFA

    More women entering

    continuum of care, with

    increased access to quality services

  • ACCESS RFA EDU RFA

  • DEVELOPING YOUR PROGRAM

  • Areas Served

    Rural-Appalachian

    Suburban

    Metropolitan

    Populations Served

    Black Asian

    Hispanic, Latino Other

    Unspecified White

    Services Reported

    Uncategorized

    Education

    Survivor support

    Referrals to screening

    Transportation

    Patient navigation

    Clincal breast exams

    Mammograms

    Financial assistance

    Diagnostics

    Treatment

  • 0%

    10%

    20%

    30%

    40%

    50%

    60%

    70%

    80%

    90%

    100%

    Survivor and treatment

    support

    Education Screening Free or low cost diagnostic

    services

    Patient navigation/

    interpretation

    Referrals Transportation uncategorized

    Rural Appalachian Suburban Metropolitan

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  • • •

    Part of Impact score worth 30% Part of Feasibility score worth 15%

  • Interventions

  • Interventions to list in workplan: Outcomes to report:

    Reminder systems directed at patients Other

    Reminder systems directed at providers Number of individuals who were referred for a low cost clinical breast exams

    Outreach programs (that result in new

    appointments, new patients)

    Number of individuals who were referred for a low cost clinical breast exams

    In-reach programs (that result in getting existing

    patients to get a mammogram)

    Number of individuals who were referred for a low cost clinical breast exams

    Reduce costs to patient for mammography (e.g.

    free or low cost mammography)

    Number of individuals who completed low-cost clinical breast exams with

    your Komen funds, whether stationary or mobile

    Expand hours for breast health services to

    evenings and weekends

    Other

    Reduce other barriers to mammography (e.g.

    transportation, childcare)

    Number of individuals who received childcare assistance for a screening

    and/or diagnostic appointment, Number of individuals who received rides/

    gas cards/ bus passes/ taxi vouchers to or from screening and/or diagnostic

    appointments

    Provide translation/ interpretation services Number of individuals who received translation/ interpretation throughout

    screening and/or diagnostics

    Accessible facilities for screening Other

    Reduce costs to patient for diagnostic services

    (ultrasound, biopsies)

    Number of individuals who completed diagnostic services with Komen funds

    (e.g. ultrasounds, biopsies)

    Reduce other barriers to diagnostic services

    (transportation, childcare)

    Number of individuals who received childcare assistance for a screening

    and/or diagnostic appointment, Number of individuals who received rides/

    gas cards/ bus passes/ taxi vouchers to or from screening and/or diagnostic

    appointments

  • Interventions to list in workplan: Outcomes to report

    Genetic testing Number of individuals who completed genetic testing with Komen funds,

    Number of individuals who were referred for genetic testing services,

    Number of individuals who received genetic counseling with Komen funds

    Patient navigation Number of individuals who received navigation services throughout the

    duration of their treatment, Number of individuals who received navigation

    services through screening and diagnostic procedures, Please see appendix

    for patient navigation service definitions

    Clinical trials education Number of individuals who were educated about clinical trials, number of

    individuals who were enrolled in a clinical trial study

    Reduce other barriers to treatment

    (transportation, childcare)

    Number of individuals who received ride/ gas cards/ bus passes/ taxi

    vouchers to or from treatment appointments, Number of individuals who

    received childcare assistance for a treatment related appointment

    One-on-one education (specific to treatment

    and diagnostic options)

    Number of family units who received caregiver support while their loved

    one was actively undergoing treatment

    Interventions to increase the quality of health

    care delivery

    Other

    Process improvement strategies Other

  • Interventions to list in workplan: Outcomes to report

    Individual counseling/ psychotherapy Number of survivors who participated in individual,

    professional counseling

    Exercise/nutrition programs Number of survivors who participated in complementary

    therapies (e.g. meditation, yoga, acupuncture, art therapy)

    Complementary therapies Number of survivors who participated in complementary

    therapies (e.g. meditation, yoga, acupuncture, art therapy)

    Side-effect management Number of individuals who received support related to

    managing treatment side effects (e.g. prosthetics,

    lymphedema therapy)

    Interventions to increase the quality of

    health care delivery

    Other

    Process improvement strategies Other

  • Interventions to list in workplan: Outcomes to report:

    Public education (e.g. radio, television, newspaper,

    e-communications, social networking)

    Number of public education messages you released

    through small and mass media outlets such as

    radio, television, newspaper, e-communications,

    social networking

    Group education (e.g. lectures, workshops,

    seminars, webinars)

    Number of individuals who participated in an

    educational lecture, workshop, seminar or webinar

    One-on-one education Number of individuals you reached through one-

    on-one education contacts

    Events (e.g. health fairs) in accessible venues Number of events you hosted (e.g. free screening

    days, hosting a mammography van, etc.- does not

    include group education events)

    Health care professional training and provider

    education

    Number of health care providers you educated

    Outreach programs (that result in new

    appointments, new patients)

    Referrals for free or low-cost clinical breast exams,

    referrals for free or low-cost screening

    mammograms

    In-reach programs (result in getting existing

    patients to get a mammogram)

    Referrals for free or low-cost clinical breast exams,

    referrals for free or l