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The Cost of Providing the Foundational Public Health Services in Ohio.

Simone R Singh, Jonathon P Leider, Jason E Orcena,

OBJECTIVES:To examine levels of expenditure and needed investment in public health at the local level in the state of Ohio pre-COVID-19. DESIGN:Using detailed financial reporting from fiscal year (FY) 2018 from Ohio's local health departments (LHDs), we characterize spending by Foundational Public Health Services (FPHS). We also constructed estimates of ... Read more >>

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Supporting Increased Local Health Department Accreditation: Qualitative Insights From Accredited Small Local Health Departments.

Valerie A Yeager, Jonathon P Leider, Chelsey K Saari, Jessica Kronstadt,

Accredited health departments now cover 80% of the US population. A relatively modest proportion of these are small local health departments (LHDs), serving fewer than 50 000 people. Despite comprising more than half of all health departments, only 2% of small LHDs are accredited. This brief report is a qualitative ... Read more >>

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Implementation Science in Practice.

Randy Schwartz, Justin B Moore,

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Revealing the Unequal Burden of COVID-19 by Income, Race/Ethnicity, and Household Crowding: US County Versus Zip Code Analyses.

Jarvis T Chen, Nancy Krieger,

OBJECTIVE:To overcome the absence of national, state, and local public health data on the unequal economic and social burden of COVID-19 in the United States. DESIGN:We analyze US county COVID-19 deaths and confirmed COVID-19 cases and positive COVID-19 tests in Illinois and New York City zip codes by area percent ... Read more >>

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Regarding Investment in a Healthier Future: Impact of the 2012 Institute of Medicine Finance Report.

Jason M Orr, Jonathon P Leider, Simone Singh, Casey P Balio, Valerie A Yeager, Betty Bekemeier, J Mac McCullough, Beth Resnick,

CONTEXT:Governments at all levels work to ensure a healthy public, yet financing, organization, and delivery of public health services differ across the United States. A 2012 Institute of Medicine Finance report provided a series of recommendations to ensure a high-performing and adequately funded public health infrastructure. OBJECTIVES:This review examines the ... Read more >>

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Prevalence of Concussion-Related Policies and Practices Among Public School Districts in the United States, 2012 and 2016.

Gabrielle F Miller, Lara DePadilla, Sherry Everett Jones, Michael Lionbarger, Sally Thigpen,

BACKGROUND:Beginning in 2009, there was an increase in the number of states with laws addressing 3 different components of youth sports-related concussion prevention and management: concussion education, removal from play, and medical clearance requirements before allowing an athlete to return to play. Schools are an important setting to implement policies ... Read more >>

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Making Injustice Visible: How a Health Department Can Demonstrate the Connection Between Structural Racism and the Health of Whole Neighborhoods.

Lauren J Shiman, Kim Freeman, Jane Bedell, Mary T Bassett,

CONTEXT:The New York City (NYC) Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) has built a presence in Tremont, a historically redlined neighborhood located in Bronx, NYC. As part of an agency-wide commitment to explicitly name racism as a threat to healthy communities, DOHMH has sought opportunities to educate and engage ... Read more >>

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High-Risk Opioid Prescribing Trends: Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Data From 2010 to 2018.

Sarah J Ball, Kit Simpson, Jingwen Zhang, Justin Marsden, Khosrow Heidari, William P Moran, Patrick D Mauldin, Jenna L McCauley,

OBJECTIVE:Deaths due to opioids have continued to increase in South Carolina, with 816 opioid-involved overdose deaths reported in 2018, a 9% increase from the prior year. The objective of the current study is to examine longitudinal trends (quarter [Q] 1 2010 through Q4 2018) of opioid prescribing volume and high-risk ... Read more >>

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Multipronged Approach to Controlling a Tuberculosis Outbreak Among Persons Experiencing Homelessness.

Eva Muloma, Rebekah Stewart, Helen Townsend, Sarah Koch, Sarah Burkholder, Shanica Railey, Kelly White, Rachel Redington-Noble, Virginia Caine,

In May 2009, the Marion County Public Health Department in Indiana declared a tuberculosis (TB) outbreak among persons experiencing homelessness in Marion County, began active case finding to detect additional cases, and formed a TB outbreak response team to plan and coordinate outbreak activities. Outbreak-associated cases had 1 of 2 ... Read more >>

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Blood Lead Testing Among Medically Underserved and Socially Vulnerable Children in the United States 2012-2017.

Alejandro Azofeifa, Alek Sripipatana,

CONTEXT:Lead poisoning can affect intellectual development, growth, hearing, and other health problems. Children 6 years or younger are particularly susceptible to lead poisoning. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)-funded health centers (HCs) serve lower-income, minority, and vulnerable populations across the United States, who may be at a higher risk for ... Read more >>

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Expanding Public Health Practice to Address Older Adult Health and Well-being.

Megan Wolfe, Anne De Biasi, Jane Carmody, Terry Fulmer, John Auerbach,

CONTEXT:The older adult population in the United States is experiencing unprecedented growth and is accompanied by a parallel increase in the health challenges of these individuals. Public health has, historically, not played a large role in older adult health, but given its contributions to longevity, it makes sense for public ... Read more >>

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Receipt and Timeliness of Newborn Hearing Screening and Diagnostic Services Among Babies Born in 2017 in 9 States.

Xidong Deng, Suhana Ema, Craig Mason, Ashley Nash, Eric Carbone, Marcus Gaffney,

CONTEXT:By providing timely services at all steps along the continuum of the early hearing detection and intervention (EHDI) process, providers may be able to lessen potential adverse effects of late identification of hearing loss on children's language development. OBJECTIVE:To examine the timeliness of key events in the EHDI process from ... Read more >>

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Detection of Recurrent Hepatitis C Viremia Using Surveillance Data, New York City.

Kevin Guerra, Angelica Bocour, Miranda S Moore, Ann Winters,

The introduction of direct-acting antivirals for treating hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection has greatly improved cure rates. However, persons with past HCV infection who engage in high-risk behaviors can be reinfected. Surveillance data from the New York City (NYC) Health Department were used to detect and investigate individuals cured during ... Read more >>

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Classifying Community Organizational Health Communication Networks: Local Health Department Recognition of Public Information-Sharing Partners Across Sectors.

Anna Goodman Hoover, Pierre Dominique Zephyr,

OBJECTIVE:Local health departments (LHDs) operate within complex, multisectoral organizational communication networks. Network composition may affect priorities, processes, and the reach of health information to key stakeholders. This study seeks to elucidate variation in local network structures to examine how different constellations may affect information sharing across audiences. DESIGN:This study analyzes ... Read more >>

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Perceptions of Syringe Service Programs and Supervised Use Sites Among a Sample of Registered Voters in a US State.

Ashley Brooks-Russell, Sara Brandspigel, Carol Y Franco, Musheng L Alishahi, Angela E Lee-Winn,

CONTEXT:The decision to initiate a syringe service program or expand to a supervised use site is often influenced by local public support or opposition. OBJECTIVE:The purpose of this study was to better understand public attitudes to local syringe service programs to inform the possibility of expanding services. DESIGN, SETTING, AND ... Read more >>

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The Effects of the Affordable Care Act on Health Access Among Adults Aged 18-64 Years With Chronic Health Conditions in the United States, 2011-2017.

Hongying Dai, Ali S Khan,

CONTEXT:The 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) eliminated the restrictions on preexisting conditions for health care coverage. Little is known about the effects of the ACA on health care access among individuals with chronic health conditions. OBJECTIVE:To determine how the implementations of the ACA affected health care access ... Read more >>

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State Tobacco Excise Taxation, Comprehensive Smoke-free Air Laws, and Tobacco Control Appropriations as Predictors of Smoking Cessation Success in the United States.

Jennifer Dahne, Georges J Nahhas, Amy E Wahlquist, K Michael Cummings, Matthew J Carpenter,

The purpose of the present study was (1) to examine demographic differences between smokers who successfully quit (n = 1809), who relapsed (n = 6548), and who did not attempt to quit (n = 11 102) within the last year, and (2) to examine state-level tobacco policies/programs as predictors of ... Read more >>

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Anticipating Mental Health and Substance Use Challenges in the Aftermath of COVID-19: What the World Can Teach Local Health Departments.

Emily Yox,

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Integrating Financial Incentives for Viral Load Suppression into HIV Care Coordination Programs: Considerations for Development and Implementation.

Gina F Gambone, Matthew B Feldman, Anna Y Thomas-Ferraioli, Virginia Shubert, Toorjo Ghose,

CONTEXT:Interventions that support durable viral load suppression (VLS) among people living with HIV (PLWH) who face barriers to treatment adherence are needed to maintain optimal individual health, prevent new HIV infections, and advance health equity. Efficacy trials indicate that financial incentives (FIs) are a promising strategy for promoting VLS, although ... Read more >>

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Factors Affecting Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices in Public Health Preparedness and Response.

Mallory Kennedy, Eric G Carbone, Alexa L Siegfried, Deborah Backman, John D Henson, Jackie Sheridan, Michael B Meit, Erin V Thomas,

CONTEXT:There is limited research on what factors are most salient to implementation of evidence-based practices (EBPs) among public health agencies in public health emergency preparedness and response (PHPR) and under what conditions EBP implementation will occur. OBJECTIVE:This study assessed the conditions, barriers, and enablers affecting EBP implementation among the PHPR ... Read more >>

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Gaps in Public Health Workers' Awareness of Emerging Public Health Trends.

Gulzar H Shah, Kyle Bogaert, Jingjing Yin, Elizabeth Gould, J P Leider,

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COVID-19's Impact on Women: A Stakeholder-Engagement Approach to Increase Public Awareness Through Virtual Town Halls.

Shauntice Allen, Zoƫ Julian, Tamera Coyne-Beasley, Paul C Erwin, Faith E Fletcher,

Women face unprecedented challenges imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Emerging evidence suggests that women are unduly burdened by inequitable access to economic, health, and social resources during the pandemic. For many women, COVID-19 has presented new urgency to challenges and illuminates unique issues long encountered. Gendered roles such as family ... Read more >>

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Business Leaders' Attitudes About Value of Employee and Community Health.

Megan Heffernan, Michael Meit, Molly Powers, Brian C Castrucci, Katie Sellers,

OBJECTIVE:This study uses qualitative methodology to describe a range of business leaders' attitudes about health. METHODS:Five Chambers of Commerce executives and 10 business leaders shared their opinions on the value they place on health in their business and the larger community. RESULTS:Employee health was highlighted as a top priority among ... Read more >>

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Creating and Disseminating a Resource for State Policy Makers About Injury and Violence Prevention: A Case Example of Translating Research to Policy.

Shannon Frattaroli, Keshia Pollack Porter, Elise Omaki, Jon S Vernick, Andrea C Gielen,

The gap between evidence and policy is a challenge that can be bridged through strategic outreach and translation efforts. We developed and disseminated the Resource for State Policy Makers (the Resource) to lessen the information gap between state policy makers and injury prevention researchers in Maryland. Our goal was to ... Read more >>

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The Association Between Evidence-Based Decision Making and Accreditation of State Health Departments.

Paul Campbell Erwin, Margaret M Padek, Peg Allen, Romario Smith, Ross C Brownson,

OBJECTIVE:To assess the association between evidence-based decision making, including implementation of evidence-based interventions (EBIs), with accreditation of state health departments through the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB). DESIGN:This was a cross-sectional, electronic survey of state health department practitioners. We utilized a survey instrument focused on evidence-based public health, de-implementation, and ... Read more >>

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