Community Stakeholders

Meeting Notes, May 28, 2014

Session #1

Who are the community stakeholders both individuals and organizations, who should be part of any future discussions?
 

  • NAMI
  • All citizens and tax payers
  • Hospitals   
  • Recipients of services
  • Healthcare Providers
  • Social Service Providers (Homeless, poverty stricken)
  • Churches
  • Medicare/Medicaid
  • Schools
  • Law Enforcement
  • Case Workers
  • Members of Programs
  • Property owners
  • Citizens Advisory Group
  • Rep. Affordable Care Act

How should the Stakeholders be engaged?
 

  • This Forum
  • Ask them
  • Outreach (to where they are) settings in which they are comfortable
  • E.g. One Stop Center
    •     Churches
    •     WIC Office
    •     Soup Kitchens
    •     Homebound citizens
  • Match discussion to skill level
  • Cultural Sensitivity

What datasets should be evaluated (or used to develop plan)
 

  • Demographics
  • Illnesses (by)/Health indicators
  • MCC (Manatee County Consortium)
  • Census
  • Cost Analysis of delivery systems
  • Healthcare funding sources (Federal, State Local/etc.)
  • Need to include data set of people who are working low wage service jobs but cannot afford insurance.

Session #2

Who are the community stakeholders, both individuals and organizations, who should be part of future discussions?
 

  • Every Manatee County citizen
  • Tax Payers
  • Hospitals
  • Community Foundations
  • Mental Health agencies
  • Charities
  • Mental Health/Dental/Behavioral Health
  • Churches
  • Rural Health
  • Health Care Providers
  • Free Clinics
  • Developers

How should the stakeholders be engaged?
 

  • Tax Buyers to make up the Committees
  • Open communication (with tax payers)
  • Referendum’s
  • Incentives to participate
  • Stakeholders to be empowered
  • Make it easy – (i.e. Neighborhood Surveys)
  • H.O.A.’s

What data sets should be evaluated (to develop future plan)
 

  • Why should County be involved?
  • Number of illegal immigrants
  • Number of people who need the care
    •     E.g.    Mental Health
    •     Medical
    •     Dental
  • How much is the County spending?
  • How is it being appropriated?
  • For what services is the County paying (how are they spending $)
  • Medicaid
  • Affordable Healthcare must be evaluated before new plan is instituted

Session #3


Who are the stakeholders, both individuals and organizations, who should be part of future discussions?
 

  • Employers who provide health benefits
  • County (FL) State, Federal/Govt.
  • HMO’s/PPO’s
  • Wellness Programs
  • Primary Care Centers
  • Voters
  • Specialty Care Centers
  • Health Organizations (Non-Profit)
  • Hospitals
  • Short/Long Term Disability
  • EMS
  • Public Health
  • Caregivers
  • Workers Comp.
  • Florida Legislature
  • Case Manager/Case Worker
  • Patient Centers/Medical Homes
  • Medical Association
  • School district
  • Chamber of Commerce

How should stakeholders be engaged
 

  • Collaborative alliances
  • Someone to Outreach (to take initiative)
  • Health Care Alliance
  • Health Care Committee of Chamber
  • Community Clearinghouse/WEB page
  • Mail
  • Make information in libraries
  • 211
  • Local Media
  • Identify Key contacts
  • Door to Door
  • Develop Phone App.
  • Churches
  • Social Media

What data sets should be evaluated to develop Healthcare plan
 

  • Claims processors
  • Health Dept. Data
  • EMS/Intake
  • Age parameter’s
  • How  future $ is appropriated – look at what we are doing now
  • Insurance Companies
  • Census data
  • Assess what services are available
  • Way to connect patients with resources
  • Personal health data
  • Database of services were/are used

Session #4

Who are the stakeholders, both individuals and organizations that should be part of future Healthcare discussions?
 

  • Everybody
  • School District
  • Patients
  • Universities
  • HC Providers
  • Government
  • Businesses
  • Rep. of Indigent population (Define)
  • Chamber
  • Churches
  • Community Organizations
  • Charities/Non-Profits
  • Youth Organizations

How should stakeholders be engaged?
 

  • Census from community
  • Communication via Churches
  • Why the county? Involvement
  • Community Forums
  • Local Media – accurate representation of issues
  • Sufficient time
  • Goals/Mission
  • Identify those who need services and connect with providers

What data should be evaluated to develop HC Plan
 

  • # of those insured/not insured
  • # of those eligible for Medicaid that are currently unknown

Meeting Notes, June 3, 2014

Session #1

Who are the community stakeholders, both individual and organizations?  Who should be a part of any future discussions on health care in Manatee County?
 

  • Manatee County Rural Health
  • One-Stop Turning Point
  • Hospitals
  • Medical Society
  • Manatee Glens
  • Private Physicians
  • Citizens of Manatee County
  • Skilled Nursing/Home Health/Assisted Living
  • Every business and every individual in Manatee County US Health Services
  • Schools
  • Hospitals
  • Manatee County Commissioners
  • Insurance Companies
  • Health Department
  • Elected Officials
  • Training programs for health professions
  • Non-Profit Agencies providing critical needs services
  • Everyone

How should stakeholders be engaged?
 

  • Circle of care
  • Committees
  • Health Care summit
  • Social Media
  • Infomercial METV
  • Internet
  • Leadership Manatee
  • Chamber of Commerce
  • Case Management
  • Networking/Linking/Open talk


What data set should be evaluated as the future of health care in Manatee County is planned?
 

  • County comparisons
  • Census
  • Affordable Health Care Act
  • Understand Medicaid
  • Income distribution of citizens
  • Mortality & Morbidly rate
  • Number of who is covered and not covered with insurance
  • What services are available
  • What are we spending and how it is appropriated
  • Research free services available by providers and hospitals currently in Manatee County

Session #2

Who are the community stakeholders, both individual and organizations?  Who should be a part of any future discussions on health care in Manatee County?
 

  • Children of Manatee County
  • Pharmacies, Dentists
  • Probation/Law Enforcement
  • Manatee County Area Transit (MCAT)
  • City Jail
  • State Prison
  • Juvenile Facilities
  • Turning Points
  • Veterans
  • Elderly
  • Coalitions
  • Manatee Glens
  • Hope Shelter
  • Salvation Army

How should stakeholders be engaged?
 

  • Health care summits – Dentists, health care professionals providing free services one or twice a year
  • Stand-down
  • Rallies
  • Internet/Social medial
  • Flyers at Judicial Center

What data set should be evaluated as the future of health care in Manatee County is planned?
 

  • Jail population – Division of Vocational Rehab
  • School census/dental/health/teen pregnancy/Medicaid/free-reduced lunch
  • Coalition/CPS – Children fostered/adopted due to medical/dental neglect
  • Data from health data/suicide/teen pregnancy
  • Healthy Start/Head Start/Federal/State
  • Veterans Department
  • Manatee Glens
  • VA Hospitals
  • US Census Data

Session #3

Who are the community stakeholders, both individual and organizations?  Who should be a part of any future discussions on health care in Manatee County?
 

  • Citizens/Manatee County
  • Tax payers
  • Health care providers/all type
  • Employers/large and small
  • Community based organization
  • City & County Government
  • Insurance
  • Un-insured citizens
  • Schools
  • Media
  • Religious/Spiritual faith based organizations
  • Churches
  • Public Health
  • Charities
  • Consumers
  • Politicians/Elected and not

How should stakeholders be engaged?
 

  • Social Media
  • Public notice/forum
  • Community forums
  • Work/task/topic groups
  • Targeted groups
  • Poll them/survey
  • Identify targets (who are they)
  • Transparency
  • Measured together
  • Marketing together
  • Enthusiastically
  • Diverse group of people/both minorities
  • Talk
  • Think tanks
  • What motivates?
  • Incentives
  • Structured and facilitated
  • Conversation of topics
  • Hold them accountable
  • Questionnaires
  • Neighborhood Outreach
  • Door Hangers

What data set should be evaluated as the future of health care in Manatee County is planned
 

  • What are we going to do now?  The sooner we can collaborate the better
  • Deer walk (goggle/amazon)
  • State data sets – Vital statistics (what are they looking at?)
  • Involving Health Information Exchange
  • Survey people who need assistance now and in future (zipcodes)
  • Computer (WebMD information)
  • Intake forms from private/community based organizations
  • Expert/Public knowledge maximize
  • Create public knowledge conversations
  • Who has health care and what does it pay for?
  • FEMA data
  • VA data base