Penobscot County Shared Community Health Needs Assessment Event on 9/23 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. ET - Shared screen with speaker view
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Jessica Shaffer, Northern Light Health, everything!
Al May, Maine CDC Downeast Public Health District
Shelly Drew Millinocket Regional Hospital, Love the summer
Stacy Boss, DHHS/CBHS. The seasons and the people :)
Abby Bessire, Intern with Bangor Public Health, I love the people!
Shelly Blaisdell, Director Mobilize Katahdin
Shelly Blaisdell, Director of Mobilize Katahdin in Millinocket. Love all the foliage and the season changes in Maine!
Good morning! Tanya Emery, City of Bangor. Love fall in Maine and hiking with my kids!
Morgan Mazzei Northern Light Acadia Hospital and I love winter :)
Debra Hoffman, RN,CLC Bangor Public Health Nurse
Susan Nasberg NL EMMC and the EMMC Auxiliary - I love Maine's outdoors, from oceans to mountains
Susan Adams Patten Maine
Rick Redmond, Northern Light Acadia, AVP of the Behavioral Health Service Line and Community Partnerships. Summers are the best!
Brianna Bryant; Substance Use Prevention, Bangor Public Health
Gail Allard RN, CLC Bangor Public Health Nurse
Hi! Krystle Bowden, Recruiter for Penobscot Community Health Care. Love the clear, starry nights in Maine!!!
Nikki Hollobaugh, Substance Use Prevention, Bangor Public Health
Trampas King - Summers are the best
Mercedes Nelson, Director of Workforce Development, Eastern Maine Community College
Jean Mellett - Northern Light Health - love Maine's fresh air and the CHNA public-private partnership approach!
Karen Hawkes, Northern Light Beacon Health, I love fall in Maine
Jose Santiago, Northern Light Health, I love the quality of life in Maine
, Stephen Rich, Northern Light Health Board. Summer
As Madison presents, please feel free to type any data questions in the chat, and we will respond here.
does that include accidental overdoses?
The overdose data includes intentional, unintentional and undetermined overdoses.
Checking details on unintentional injury.
This slide is newly diagnosed cases not mortality - correct?
Unintentional injuries DOES include Unintentional overdoses.
Both cancer indicators shown in the presentation are new cases, not mortality.
Do we have the ability to - or have we already - stratified this data by race and ethnicity? -YES, but only at the state level. This data will be provided in health data sheets specific to race and ethnicity, as well and being on the interactive portal.
is their an ability to stratify the obesity data by Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 obesity?
The underlying obesity data is based on BMIs, so theoretically, it could be divided by Levels based on the BMI. we have not done this analysis for the Maine Shared CHNA. I am not sure if our Chronic Disease programs have or will be conducting these analyses.
Note that the injury death data and the drug-induced data are for a 5 year period (2015-2019) Whereas the Overdoes deaths are for a single year 2020.
Availablilty of more recent data (e.g. 2020) depends on the data source. Tyically, the death and birth death sets are finalized about 1 year after the end of the year, whereas BRFSS is usually delays by 18-24 motnhs (the 2018 and 2019 data set have hgad quality issues causing further delays.