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ISDH 2012 Fall Health Officer Meeting

IN State Department of Health

Wednesday, October 24, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM (EDT)

ISDH 2012 Fall Health Officer Meeting

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Registration Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Attendee Ended $35.00 $2.92
Presenter Ended Free $0.00
ISDH Employee Ended $35.00 $2.92

Event Details

ISDH 2012 Fall Health Officer Meeting

Wednesday, October 24, 2012


Fort Harrison State Park Inn and Garrison Conference Center

6002 North Post Road

Indianapolis, IN 46216

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Attention: LHD Outreach Division-Health Officer Meeting

2 North Meridian Street

Indianapolis, IN 46204


 Fall 2012 Health Officer Meeting Agenda

8:30am - 9:00 am       Registration

9:00 am                       Introductions and Overview of Meeting (Housekeeping Notes)

Jessica Trimble, Director, LHD Outreach Division, ISDH

9:15 am                       Welcome and ISDH Updates/ Late Breaking News

Greg Larkin, M.D., State Health Commissioner

9:45 am                       HIV/STD and Viral Hepatitis Updates

Jeremy Roseberry, STD Prevention Program Specialist, HIV/STD and Viral Hepatitis Division, ISDH           


10:15 am                     Break

10:30 am                  From Idea to Bill: The Legislative Process

Brian Carnes, Legislative Director, Legislative Affairs, ISDH



11:30 am                     Revenue Generation for Local Health Departments – Home Health Care

Tammy Monroe, Administrator, Jefferson County Health Department 

12:00 pm                     Lunch

12:45 pm                     Indiana Environmental Health Association (IEHA) spotlight

Josh Williams, President, IEHA

1:00 pm                       Key Components of a Community Assessment

Kristin Adams, PhD, Director, Office of Public Health Performance Management, ISDH           

1:45 pm                       The Office of Public Affairs and Assistance for Local Health Departments

Amy Reel, Director, Office of Public Affairs, ISDH



2:15 pm                       Break

2:30 pm                       How Local Health Departments are Utilizing Ivy Tech Nursing Students

Karen Buchanan, Director of Nursing, Jefferson County HD

Donella Carter, Public Health Nurse, Tippecanoe County HD                                               

Karen Dolk, Dean, School of Nursing, Ivy Tech- Lafayette

Joni Kay Wise, Administrator, Vigo County HD

Karen Long, Public Health Nurse, Howard County HD

Tilara Treece, Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, Tippecanoe County HD

 3:30pm                        Wrap up and Closing           


* Time will be available after each presentation for discussion and questions.


















Have questions about ISDH 2012 Fall Health Officer Meeting? Contact IN State Department of Health

When & Where

Fort Harrison State Park and Garrison Conference Center
6002 North Post Road
Indianapolis, 46216

Wednesday, October 24, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM (EDT)

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IN State Department of Health


To promote and provide essential public health services.


A healthier and safer Indiana.

ISDH Core Values:

  • Health Promotion and Prevention
  • Vaccines - providing for those who can't afford
  • Equitable Care - community health centers
  • Vital Records
  • Health Protection
    • Regulatory
    • Food
    • Environmental
    • Laboratory
  • Collaboration with Local Health Departments
  • Data collection, analysis, and information dissemination
  • Evidence-based best practices for public health promotion, training, and health care quality

Agency Strategic Priorities:

The Indiana State Department of Health believes that the following agency priorities will have the most impact on the way it operates and on its ability to deliver on its Mission and Vision:

  • Decrease disease incidence and burden
  • Improve response and preparedness networks and capabilities
  • Reduce administrative costs through improving operational efficiencies
  • Recruitment, evaluation, and retention of top talent in public health
  • Better use of information and data from electronic sources to develop and sponsor outcomes-driven programs
  • Improve relationships and partnerships with key stakeholders, coalitions, and networks throughout the State and the nation

2017 Top Public Health Priorities:

  • Combat the opioid epidemic
  • Reduce Infant Mortality
  • Increase childhood immunizations (19-35 month olds primary focus)
  • Reduce Adult Obesity
  • Reduce Adult Smoking


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