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Program Collaboration and Service Integration: Next Steps

Kevin Fenton, M.D., Ph.D., F.F.P.H.
Director 
National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention 
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

August 22, 2007 
Slide 1

Program Collaboration and Service Integration: Next Steps
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 Overview

Addressing barriers to PCSI
Next steps
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Overview
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 Addressing Barriers to PCSI

Develop a national policy on PCSI
Green paper
Stakeholder consultation
White paper

Explore funding for program collaboration and service integration 
Analyze budget authorities
Explore opportunities for seed money
Ensure new program announcements promote program integration

Streamline administrative requirements
Continue work with PGO on requirements
Collaborate with CDC portfolio management project to pilot new contractual procedures with states
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Addressing Barriers to PCSI
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 Addressing Barriers to PCSI (continued)

Harmonize and synchronize data collection and surveillance
Establish cross center work group
Publish STD/HIV integrated interview record
Publish integrated annual surveillance reports
Convene strategic information workgroup

Develop integrated prevention guidelines
Commission workgroups to develop guidelines
Ensure guidelines included in policy documents

Coordinate CDC program announcements and reporting requirements
Review PAs to ensure PCSI included
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Addressing Barriers to PCSI (continued)
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 Addressing Barriers to PCSI (continued)

Develop mechanisms for translation and integration of science and program 
Update and publish evidence-based guidelines
Update and publish evidence-based prevention interventions
Fund operational research and evaluation on PCSI

Provide support, both technical and financial, for cross training, evaluation and dissemination of  best practices 
Develop cross-center workgroups
Collaborate with National Prevention Training Centers
Fund integrated training curricula
Develop web-based portal
Seek funding to establish regional networks
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Addressing Barriers to PCSI (continued)
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Next Steps

Winter 2007
Publication of NCHHSTP white paper on PCSI

Spring 2008
Publication of NCHHSTP Action Plan for PCSI 
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Next Steps
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