Resource Plan Overview - Kentucky Primary Care Association

Report
Kentucky Cancer
Consortium
Resource Plan
July 2013
Purpose of Resource Plan
• Educate healthcare decision makers,
elected officials, funders and interested
Kentuckians on the potential to decrease
the cancer burden in Kentucky through
supporting cancer prevention and early
detection as defined in the Kentucky
Cancer Consortium Resource Plan.
Kentucky has a Cancer Problem
• Kentucky has the highest rate of new
cancers in the U.S.
• Kentucky has the highest death rate for
all cancers combined in the U.S.
Cancer Burden in Kentucky
2005-2009, U.S. Cancer Statistics
Type of Cancer
Where Kentucky
ranks in the U.S.
for rate of new
cases
Where Kentucky
ranks in the U.S.
for rate of deaths
Difference
between
Kentucky and the
U.S. death rate
Lung
1
1
46% ↑
Colon
1
4
19% ↑
Breast
31
21
2% ↑
Cervical
9
6
21% ↑*
* Note: Rates are very small, so any change in the number can appear
significant. The difference in KY and the U.S. is not as large as it appears.
Average % of Kentuckians
Diagnosed at Early vs. Late Stage
• Lung cancer
– Almost all late stage
• Colon and cervical
cancer
– Have similar numbers,
both have higher late
stage
• Breast cancer
– More early stage than late
stage
90.0%
2005-2009
80.0%
70.0%
60.0%
50.0%
40.0%
30.0%
20.0%
10.0%
0.0%
Lung
Colon
Early Stage
Breast
Late Stage
Cervical
U.S. Cancer Treatment Costs 2010
and Estimated Change in 2020
68% 
$30.0
78% 
Billions Spent
$25.0
86% 
$20.0
$15.0
$10.0
$5.0
47% 
$0.0
2010 Costs
Lung
2020 Cost Estimates
Colon
Breast
Cervical
** This assumes no change in incidence or survival.
Estimates have been made for a 5% change in medical costs.
The Impact of Prevention
• Thousands of
Kentuckians die each
year from cancers that
could have been
prevented or found
early through
screening.
Breast
2,982
12%
Cervical
347
1%
Colon
4,466
18%
Lung
16,886
69%
Working Together Toward a Solution
• Kentucky Cancer Consortium
– Made up of more than 55 organizations
representing healthcare, advocacy,
government, non-profit entities
• Members work collaboratively to define the
financial resources needed to prevent
cancers, in order to save lives and money.
What Can We Do for Kentucky?
For every $100,000 invested in cancer
prevention and screening…
Number of Kentuckians who can receive services
Smoking cessation medications*
666
Lung cancer screening**
135
Colon cancer screening
246
Breast cancer screening
403
Cervical cancer screening
450
* Nicotine replacement therapy
** For those at high risk and screened for the first time
What Can We Do for Kentucky?
For every $500,000 invested in cancer
prevention and screening…
Number of Kentuckians who can receive services
Smoking cessation medications*
3,333
Lung cancer screening**
675
Colon cancer screening
1,229
Breast cancer screening
2,016
Cervical cancer screening
2,102
* Nicotine replacement therapy
** For those at high risk and screened for the first time
What Can We Do for Kentucky?
For every $1,000,000 invested in cancer
prevention and screening…
Number of Kentuckians who can receive services
Smoking cessation medications*
6,666
Lung cancer screening**
1,350
Colon cancer screening
2,457
Breast cancer screening
4,032
Cervical cancer screening
4,504
* Nicotine replacement therapy
** For those at high risk and screened for the first time
Thank You Kentucky Cancer
Consortium Resource Plan Team
Paula Arnett, MBA, DrPH, KY Rural Health
Association, UK Rural Physicians Program
Irene Centers, BA, Kentucky Tobacco Prevention
and Cessation Program, KDPH
Angela Criswell, MA, CPS, Kentucky Tobacco
Prevention and Cessation Program, KDPH
Bobbye Gray, RN, BS, Kentucky Tobacco
Prevention and Cessation Program, KDPH
Jack Hillard, B.A., Kentucky Cancer Foundation
Meghan Johnson, Kentucky Cancer Consortium
intern, presentation draft
Jessica Jones, MSW, Kentucky Cancer Consortium
Whitney Jones, MD, Colon Cancer Prevention
Project, Kentucky Cancer Foundation
Kelly Kelly, RN, KY Department of Insurance
Dan Kenady, MD, FACS, UK Dept. of Surgery,
American College of Surgeons
Goetz Kloecker, MD, MBA, MSPH, FACP,
University of Louisville
Bryan Loy, MD, MBA, Humana – KY
Janet Luttrell, Colon Cancer Prevention Program,
KDPH
Sivaram Maratha, MS, MPA, Kentucky Women’s
Cancer Screening Program
Colette McCoy, MBA, Lung Cancer Alliance
Mark Milburn, RPh, Kentucky One Health
Jaclyn Nee, MPH, Kentucky Cancer Registry
Jennifer Redmond, DrPH, Kentucky Cancer
Consortium
David Richwine, RN, BSN, Health Care Alliance
Liaison, Bristol Myers-Squibb
Robert Shaw, MS, FACHE, Norton Cancer Institute
Andrea Shepherd, Colon Cancer Prevention
Project
Melody Stafford, RN, Kentucky Women’s Cancer
Screening Program, KDPH
Sue Thomas-Cox, RN, BA, MAC, Chronic Disease
Prevention, KDPH
Ashli Watts, MA, Kentucky Chamber of Commerce
For More Information
• Kentucky Cancer Consortium Resource
Plan
– Contact
Jennifer Redmond, DrPH,
[email protected]
859-257-3925
• Download the full Resource Plan at
www.kycancerc.org

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