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Older Adult Maine Shared Community Health Needs Assessment Event on 10/4 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. ET - Shared screen with speaker view
a m k
34:01
a.m.k. caregiver to a senior
Rose Honders
34:15
Downeast Community Partners
Dianne Oelberger
34:25
Dianne Oelberger, Tenants Harbor, from Neighbor to Neighbor, Maine is great at community
Joel Merry
34:54
Joel Merry, Sagadahoc County Sheriff. I most enjoy four seasons, and the sense of community that exist throughout our state.
Margaret Haynes
35:40
Peggy Haynes, MaineHeallth, Freeport resident. Favorite about Maine - beautiful coast!
Michelle Nevers
36:35
Michelle Nevers, MaineHealth, the friendly people!
Deena Weinstein
37:14
AARP volunteer...political activist...educator...love our state!
Nancy Birkhimer, Maine CDC (she/her)
01:05:44
If you have questions about this data, please type them here and we will attempt to answer as we go along.
Jess Maurer
01:06:29
Do you break down life expectancy by race?
Jess Maurer
01:07:41
Have you considered running 125%, 150% and 175% FPL?
Jess Maurer
01:08:13
Encourage you to break down living alone by gender
John Brandt
01:08:18
Sre all these data derived from self-report surveys, or are you using other sources?
Nancy Birkhimer, Maine CDC (she/her)
01:09:13
we do not - this data is from the US CDC, and they do not have racial stratifications by state.
Jess Maurer
01:10:25
Ambulatory care-sensitive - would be curious to see the age-data against the US.
Nancy Birkhimer, Maine CDC (she/her)
01:11:09
@ john: there are multiple sources. For example, many "diagnoses" such as diabetes and high blood pressure are self reported, but hospitalizations and ED data come from the Maine Health Data Organization, who received data from all hospitals in Maine
John Brandt
01:11:40
Re these slides coming from this document? https://www.maine.gov/dhhs/mecdc/phdata/MaineCHNA/documents/ME-State-Profile_Web_010819.pdf
Nancy Birkhimer, Maine CDC (she/her)
01:11:44
@jess: first response was re: life expectency
Nancy Birkhimer, Maine CDC (she/her)
01:12:44
@john: that is the version from last round. the State profile has not yet been finished for this round, but the county health profiles do have state and US data.
Nancy Birkhimer, Maine CDC (she/her)
01:14:04
@Jess: we do have living alone by gender. 23% for Males, 41.9% for females
Jess Maurer
01:14:46
Fall injury data - is this unduplicated?
Nancy Birkhimer, Maine CDC (she/her)
01:15:11
@jess: We have data on median income and break down the data by various levels (depending on the data source.
Jo Morrissey
01:15:40
Thank you, Nancy for your quick data responses!
Valerie Sauda
01:15:41
Thanks for the resource link-I need to attend my next meeting! Val Sauda