Presentation on theme: "State Report Region V IPP Advisory Committee Meeting June 9-10, 2010."— Presentation transcript:
State Report Region V IPP Advisory Committee Meeting June 9-10, 2010
84 sites for Family Planning Clinics, 35 STD Clinics, 11 Juvenile Detention Centers, and 1 Adult Correctional Facility 4% chlamydia positivity rate required by the State Alliance for participation in the IPP. 1% gonorrhea positivity rate required by the State Alliance for participation in the IPP. 21 sites perform only CT testing due to falling below the 1% GC positivity for 12 months.
69,132 chlamydia tests were performed 6,143 positive chlamydia tests were diagnosed 8.9 % positivity rate
60,334 gonorrhea tests were performed 1,773 positive gonorrhea tests were diagnosed 2.9% positivity rate
For 2009, the Ohio IPP changed the screening criteria to test anyone 29 years of age or younger. 15 STD sites have special screening criteria allowing to test anyone 39 years of age or younger. Revising the screening criteria for 2009 has shown success. CT: 8.1% in 2008 to 8.9% in 2009 GC: 2.8% in 2008 to 2.9% in 2009
IPP Coordinator retired as of June 1, State funding for STD medications has been cut from $200,000 a few years ago to $50,000. More sites would like to offer urine testing but increased cost and lab capacity make this difficult. EPT is still prohibited in Ohio.
During the last half of 2010, a total program assessment will be conducted. Location of IPP sites Costs and quantity of testing Social Marketing Campaign Focus on talking to sex partners and encouraging testing EPT Pilot Project Temporary Ohio Administrative Code rule change
Jen Keagy, MPH, CHES STD Program Manager Rhiannon Richman, MPH Epidemiologist