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  1. The State of the Health of Women and Children in ArizonaBureau of Women’s and Children’s HealthFebruary 2014

  2. Births in Arizona

  3. Births by Race and Ethnicity

  4. Prenatal Care (PNC)

  5. Preterm Births

  6. Low Birth Weight

  7. Teen Births

  8. Vision Statement Healthy Women… Healthy Children… Healthy Tomorrow… Goals: • Reduce mortality and morbidity in in the MCH population • Increase access to health care • Eliminate health disparities

  9. Bureau Offices • Office of Children’s Health • Office of Women’s Health • Office of Oral Health • Office of Injury Prevention • Office of Children with Special Health Care Needs • Office of Assessment and Evaluation • Business Office

  10. Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant

  11. Bureau of Women’s & Children’s Health Strategic Priorities 2010 - 2015

  12. Priority 1: Reduce rate of teen pregnancy among youth less than 19 years old

  13. Priority 2: Improve the percentage of children and families at a healthy weight

  14. Priority 3: Improve the health of women prior to pregnancy

  15. Priority 4: Reduce the rate of injuries, both intentional and unintentional

  16. Priority 5: Improve access to and quality of preventive health services for children

  17. Priority 6: Improve the oral health of Arizonans

  18. Priority 7: Improve the behavioral health of women and children

  19. Priority 8:Reduce unmet need for Hearing Services

  20. Priority 9:Prepare children & youth with special health care needs for transition to adulthood

  21. Priority 10: Promote inclusion of children with special health care needs in all aspects of life

  22. And that’s not all…

  23. Healthy Baby Initiative • ADHS and March of Dimes committed to reducing prematurity 8% by 2014…and we did! • Preconception Health • Continued support of the elimination of elective inductions before 39 weeks • Focus on safe sleep • NGA Improving Birth Outcomes Summit

  24. Title V Block Grant • Please review • Please offer feedback • Needs Assessment and new priority setting coming up… • http://www.azdhs.gov/phs/owch/pdf/mch/title-v-block-grant-narratives-2013.pdf

  25. Questions? Mary Ellen Cunningham, MPA, RN Chief, Bureau of Women’s and Children’s Health Mary.ellen.cunningham@azdhs.gov 602-364-1419