The C.E. & S.!
Foundation, Inc.!
THE	
  GREATER	
  LOUISVILLE	
  PROJECT:	
  
FROM	
  DATA	
  TO	
  ACTION	
  
Julie	
  A.	
  Willems	
  Van	
  Dijk	
  RN,...
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‣  Robert	
  Wood	
  Johnson	
  Founda1on	
  
–  Including	
  Abbey	
  Cofsky,	
  Joe	
  Marx,	
  Michelle	
  Larki...
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  www.countyhealthrankings.org	
  	
  
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TODAY’S	
  OUTLINE	
  
‣ What	
  Drives	
  Health?	
  
‣ Why	
  Rankings?	
  
‣ Exploring	
  the	
  Data	
  
‣ Movi...
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LOGIC	
  BEHIND	
  THE	
  RANKINGS	
  
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RANKINGS	
  ARE	
  EVERYWHERE	
  
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‣ Simplify	
  complex	
  data	
  
‣ Media	
  coverage	
  	
  
‣ Add	
  context	
  
‣ Call	
  to	
  ac1on	
  
‣ Star...
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www.countyhealthrankings.org
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  www.countyhealthrankings.org	
  	
  
WHAT’S	
  NEXT,	
  LOUISVILLE?	
  
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‣ It	
  takes	
  everyone	
  
‣ Moving	
  to	
  the	
  leQ	
  side	
  of	
  the	
  
wheel	
  
‣ Data-­‐driven	
  an...
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www.countyhealthrankings.org/what-works-for-health
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  Taxes,	
  Clean	
  Indoor	
  Air	
  Policies	
  
Menu	
  labeling,	
  School	
  Food	
  Policies	
  
Reduce	
  ...
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HERNANDO,	
  DE	
  SOTO	
  COUNTY,	
  MS	
  
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MOVING	
  TO	
  ACTION:	
  HERNANDO,	
  MS	
  
“My	
  job	
  is	
  to	
  create	
  an	
  atmosphere	
  and	
  an	
 ...
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WYANDOTTE	
  COUNTY,	
  KS	
  
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MOVING	
  TO	
  ACTION:	
  WYANDOTTE,	
  KS	
  
“The	
  County	
  Health	
  Rankings	
  were	
  a	
  call	
  to	
  ...
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RWJF	
  ROADMAPS	
  TO	
  HEALTH	
  PRIZE	
  
www.countyhealthroadmaps.org/prize
$25,000	
  prize	
  to	
  communi1...
47	
  www.countyhealthrankings.org	
  	
  
THANK	
  YOU!	
  
WE	
  WILL	
  BE	
  WATCHING	
  &	
  LEARNING	
  
FROM	
  YOU...
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STAYING	
  CONNECTED	
  
	
  
	
  
	
  
	
  
	
  
e-­‐Newsle[er:	
  chr@match.wisc.edu	
  
	
  
	
  
	
  
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DISCUSSION	
  
Julie	
  Willems	
  Van	
  Dijk	
  RN	
  PhD	
  
Deputy	
  Director,	
  County	
  Health	
  Roadmaps...
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  1. 1. The C.E. & S.! Foundation, Inc.!
  2. 2. THE  GREATER  LOUISVILLE  PROJECT:   FROM  DATA  TO  ACTION   Julie  A.  Willems  Van  Dijk  RN,  PhD   Deputy  Director,  County  Health  Roadmaps   University  of  Wisconsin  PopulaCon  Health  InsCtute   September  5,  2013    
  3. 3. 23   ‣  Robert  Wood  Johnson  Founda1on   –  Including  Abbey  Cofsky,  Joe  Marx,  Michelle  Larkin,  Jim  Marks,  Naima  Wong,   Paul  Kuehnert   ‣  Wisconsin  County  Health  Rankings  &  Roadmaps  Team   –  Including  Bridget  Catlin,  Patrick  Remington,    Amanda  Jovaag,  Angela   Russell,  Alison  Bergum,  Kate  Konkle,  Karen  Odegaard,  Jan  O’Neill,  Kirs1n   Siemering   ‣ Our  Partners   –  Including  Burness  Communica1ons,  Community  Catalyst,  United  Way   Worldwide,  NACo,  NBCH,  ASTHO,  NACCHO,  NNPHI,  Dartmouth  Ins1tute,   CDC,  NCHS     ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS  
  4. 4. 24  www.countyhealthrankings.org    
  5. 5. 25   TODAY’S  OUTLINE   ‣ What  Drives  Health?   ‣ Why  Rankings?   ‣ Exploring  the  Data   ‣ Moving  to  Ac1on   ‣ Discussion  
  6. 6. 26  
  7. 7. 27  
  8. 8. 28   LOGIC  BEHIND  THE  RANKINGS  
  9. 9. 29   RANKINGS  ARE  EVERYWHERE  
  10. 10. 30   ‣ Simplify  complex  data   ‣ Media  coverage     ‣ Add  context   ‣ Call  to  ac1on   ‣ Star1ng  point     WHY  RANK?  
  11. 11. 31   www.countyhealthrankings.org
  12. 12. 32  
  13. 13. 33  
  14. 14. 34  
  15. 15. 35  
  16. 16. 36  
  17. 17. 37  www.countyhealthrankings.org     WHAT’S  NEXT,  LOUISVILLE?  
  18. 18. 38  
  19. 19. 39   ‣ It  takes  everyone   ‣ Moving  to  the  leQ  side  of  the   wheel   ‣ Data-­‐driven  and  evidence-­‐ informed  ac1on   ‣ Focus  across  the  health  factors— including  social  and  economic   factors   ‣ Policy,  systems  and  environmental   change   FOUNDATION  OF  ROADMAPS  
  20. 20. 40   www.countyhealthrankings.org/what-works-for-health
  21. 21. 41    Taxes,  Clean  Indoor  Air  Policies   Menu  labeling,  School  Food  Policies   Reduce  alcohol  outlet  density      Partner  referral  services     Work  force  development   Minimum  wage,    Paid  family/medical  leave   Expand  early  childhood  programs   Nurse  home  visi1ng  programs     Zoning/incen1ves  for  mixed-­‐use  development      Reducing  bus  emissions     Pedestrian/cycling  in  master  plans     Coverage,  medical  homes    EHRs,  Public  Repor1ng,  Payment  Reform   Tobacco  use   HEALTH  BEHAVIORS  (30%)   Diet  &  exercise   Alcohol  use   Sexual  ac1vity   CLINICAL  CARE  (20%)   Access  to  care   Quality  of  care   SOCIAL  &  ECONOMIC   FACTORS  (40%)   Educa1on   Employment   Income   Family  &  social  support   Community  safety   PHYSICAL  ENVIRONMENT   (10%)   Environmental  quality   Built  environment   MORTALITY  (LENGTH  OF  LIFE):  50%   MORBIDITY  (QUALITY  OF  LIFE):  50%   HEALTH   OUTCOMES   HEALTH   FACTORS   POLICIES  &   PROGRAMS  
  22. 22. 42   HERNANDO,  DE  SOTO  COUNTY,  MS  
  23. 23. 43   MOVING  TO  ACTION:  HERNANDO,  MS   “My  job  is  to  create  an  atmosphere  and  an   opportunity  for  good  health.”     —Mayor  Chip  Johnson   Hernando,  MS   http://www.countyhealthrankings.org/roadmaps/stories/fostering-culture-health-and-wellness-hernando-miss
  24. 24. 44   WYANDOTTE  COUNTY,  KS  
  25. 25. 45   MOVING  TO  ACTION:  WYANDOTTE,  KS   “The  County  Health  Rankings  were  a  call  to  me  to   say,  ‘You’re  not  going  to  be  the  best  community   you  can  be  if  you  don’t  focus  on  the  health  of   your  community.’”   —Mayor  Joe  Reardon   Wyandofe  County,  KS   http://www.countyhealthrankings.org/roadmaps/stories/how-low-ranking-health-mobilized-wyandotte-county-kansas
  26. 26. 46   RWJF  ROADMAPS  TO  HEALTH  PRIZE   www.countyhealthroadmaps.org/prize $25,000  prize  to  communi1es  who  are  leading  the  way   Six  Criteria:   Leadership&  Partnership;  Working  Across  the  Health  Factors;  Strategic   Approach;  Health  Equity;  Maximizing  Resources;  Results-­‐oriented    
  27. 27. 47  www.countyhealthrankings.org     THANK  YOU!   WE  WILL  BE  WATCHING  &  LEARNING   FROM  YOU  
  28. 28. 48   STAYING  CONNECTED             e-­‐Newsle[er:  chr@match.wisc.edu        
  29. 29. 49   DISCUSSION   Julie  Willems  Van  Dijk  RN  PhD   Deputy  Director,  County  Health  Roadmaps   University  of  Wisconsin  Popula1on  Health  Ins1tute   608-­‐263-­‐6731   willemsvandi@wisc.edu  

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