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  1. Initiated Act 1 Fall 2000

  2. Initiated Act Allocation of MSA Funds

  3. A healthier and better-informed Arkansas.

  4. The Arkansas Tobacco Settlement Commission • Arkansas Aging Initiative

  5. Has provided information through the combined strength of major research institutions. Arkansas Biosciences Institute • College of Public Health

  6. Medicaid Expansion • Increased access to: • • Health Care • • Health Education • • Clinical Services Delta Area Health Education Center

  7. Arkansas Minority Health Commission Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Program

  8. State and Community Interventions • Cessation Interventions • Health Communications Interventions • Administration and Management Surveillance and Evaluation

  9. And the numbers are evidence of our success

  10. Current Cigarette Smoking among High School Students* Arkansas 2000, 2005, & 2007

  11. 21,500 Fewer High School Smokers

  12. Percentage of adults who were current cigarette smokers, AR ATS 2002, 2004, 2006, & 2008

  13. 92,400 Fewer Adult Smokers

  14. Percentage of adult males who were currentusers of smokeless tobacco, by race/ethnicityAR ATS 2002, 2004, 2006, & 2008

  15. Current Smokeless Tobacco Use among High School Boys* By Race/Ethnicity Arkansas 2000, 2005, & 2007

  16. Percentage of adults who reported exposure to secondhand smoke in the home, • AR ATS 2002, 2004, 2006, & 2008

  17. Percentage of adults who reported exposure to secondhand smoke in the vehicle,AR ATS 2002, 2004, 2006, & 2008

  18. Clean Indoor Air Act - 2006 • Act 13 - 2006 • Tobacco Excise Tax – 2003 and 2009 • Arkansas Clean Air on Campus Act - 2009 • RIP Cigarettes - 2009

  19. The Numbers – Dollars and Sense

  20. Arkansas Trends in Hospital Admissions for Selected Diseases for Patients 35 Years and Older,2001-2008 • Heart Disease 19.7% Decrease • Stroke 32.3% Decrease • Emphysema and 12.3% DecreaseChronic Bronchitis • All Other Admissions 2.2% Decrease (2001-2007 only)Excluding: Heart Disease, Stroke, Emphysema and Chronic Bronchitis

  21. Major Questions What Does the Reduction in Hospital Admission Rates Mean in Terms of: • Hospital-related Cost Savings? • Value of Deaths Averted?

  22. Hospital-Related Cost Savings Emphysema, Chronic Bronchitis Heart Disease Stroke Smoking Attributable Hospital Admissions Averted 4,249 2,395 2,930 9,574 Hospital Costs and Hospital-related Professional Costs $119.4 M $33.8 M $28.3 M $181.5 M Totals All costs are adjusted for inflation to 2008 constant dollars

  23. Value of Deaths Averted Emphysema, Chronic Bronchitis Heart Disease Stroke 289 Smoking Attributable Deaths Averted 95 143 51 Value of Smoking Attributable Deaths Averted* $103.9 M $159.8 M $52.2 M $315.9 M Totals *Dollar values were calculated using standard Health Economic methods of the value of a year-of-life saved. All costs are adjusted for inflation to 2008 constant dollars

  24. Arkansas Tobacco Quitline

  25. Adult Tobacco Quitline Arkansas Tobacco Users By County

  26. MSA FUNDING Helping to maintain a healthy Arkansas. Helping to save lives. Helping to save money.