Presentation on theme: "Dean M. Seyler - Area Director April 22, 2014 Quarterly Board Meeting Clearwater Casino Resort Suquamish, WA."— Presentation transcript:
Dean M. Seyler - Area Director April 22, 2014 Quarterly Board Meeting Clearwater Casino Resort Suquamish, WA
Portland Area Direct Service Tribes Meeting June 4th And 5th Embassy Suites, Portland Airport Area Office, Service Units, And District Offices Profiles Ihs Director Listening Session Conducted At Each Area - Face To Face Session August Or September Location In Portland – Site To Be Announced
11th Annual Direct Service Tribes National Meeting Albuquerque, NM July 9 th And 10 th Facilities Appropriation Advisory Board (FAAB) April 29 th And 30th Seattle, WA Pearl Capoeman-baller – Primary Jim Roberts - Alternate
Youth Treatment Funds $1.1M Recurring Dear Tribal Leader Letter Tribal Implementation Of The Affordable Care Act July 22 nd And 23 rd Seattle, WA Jointly Presented By IHS And NPAIHB Save The Date Flyer Sent By NPAIHB
Northwest Tribal Clinician’s Cancer Update May 20 th OHSU Center For Health And Healing, Room 4 Contact: Eric Vinson- email@example.com@npaihb.org Portland Area CD Meeting (Full-day Joint Session Of I/T/U) May 21 st Gus Solomon Federal Courthouse, Conference Room 101 Contact: Dr. Stephen “Miles” Rudd- Stephen.Rudd@ihs.govStephen.Rudd@ihs.gov Portland Area CD Meeting (1/2 Day Session) May 22 nd Tribal And Urban CDs- Gus Solomon Federal Courthouse, Café Federal CDs- Gus Solomon Federal Courthouse, Conference Room 101 (Joint Session With CEOs And Chief Nurses) Portland Area Clinical Director’s Spring Meeting
Portland Area Influenza Vaccine Coverage, 2013-2014 Season
Influenza Vaccine Coverage, Last Season Compared to 2013-2014 2012-132013-14 Active clinical population60,46867,655 Number of doses of influenza vaccine 28,32332,375 Vaccination rate, all ages45.646.8 Children (6 m—17yrs) 53.3%51.8% Elders (65 yrs +) 60.2%64.8% High Risk Asthma DM 46.8% 55.5% 45.5% 56.3%
Portland Area Recognition Of Excellence For 2013 Notification To Federal, Tribal, And Urban Staff June 6 th Gus Solomon Courthouse, Portland OR IHS Directors 2013 Award Ceremony May 21 st Washington DC Metro – Site To Be Announced
Area Office Staffing Update Office Of Tribal And Service Unit Operations Director Terry Dean Contract Proposal Liaison Officer (CPLO) Position To Be Advertised Soon Office Of Administration Management CDR Ann Arnett – Acting Executive Officer Currently Advertised Western Region Human Resources Region Director Vacant Physically Located In Portland
Fund Distribution Workgroup Teleconference Held April 16 th Recommended Distribution Methodology For PRC Increase Existing Members: Angela MendezJanice ClementsDST Vacancy Dan GleasonMarilyn ScottT-1 Vacancy Judy MuschampMark JohnstonLeslie Wosnig FY14 Purchased Or Referred Care (PRC) Increase Portland Area - $7,816,900 Revised Area Base - $93,097,761 Active PRC Users FY11 - 46,166 Fy13 - 49,153
ICD 10 DELAY October 2015 Implementation IHS Will Continue To Plan And Train Staff Updates To RPMS Will Be Delayed Contract Support Cost 100% Funded Base CSC Amount Already Distributed FY14 Increases
Sanitation Facilities Construction - 2014 Funding: $3,426,000 In IHS SFC (Up 0.4% From 2013) $1,269,800 In EPA Set-aside (Down 27% From 2013 ) Highlights: 105 - The Projected Number Of New Or Like-new Homes To Receive Individual Site Sanitation Facilities. 1,626 - The Estimated Number Of Existing Homes To Benefit From Improvements To Existing Water And Sewer Systems.
Joint Venture Construction Program (JVCP) Is A Competitive Health Facility Construction Program Under Public Law 94-437 Tribe Constructs Facility; IHS Staffs And Equips IHS Announcement For JVCP Applications, Scheduled For Late FY14 / Early FY15 Competitive Application Process Joint Venture Construction
Interested in Joint Venture? Tribes Interested In Joint Venture Are Encouraged To Review The FY 2010 Application Package To See If They Meet Requirements Which Can Be Downloaded At http://www.ihs.gov/DFPC/ The New Application Package Is In Development, But Expected To Be Similar To The FY2010 Application.
Questions or Comments Our Mission... to raise the physical, mental, social, and spiritual health of American Indians and Alaska Natives to the highest level. Our Goal... to assure that comprehensive, culturally acceptable personal and public health services are available and accessible to American Indian and Alaska Native people. Our Foundation... to uphold the Federal Government's obligation to promote healthy American Indian and Alaska Native people, communities, and cultures and to honor and protect the inherent sovereign rights of Tribes.