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Final HIV/HCV Treatment Access Committee Meeting

July 25, 2019 10am – 12pm
NYC Health Department, Rm 14-31,
42-09 28th Street; Queens, NY 11101

Presentations

NYC Health Department Project SUCCEED Evaluation Report
Amber J Casey, MPH
Deputy Director Care & Treatment Program/Project SUCCEED Director, Bureau of HIV/AIDS Prevention & Control, acasey@health.nyc.gov
View presentation here.

Sustainability Plan:

  • Create annual HIV and HCV surveillance data match and dashboards
  • Continue clinical practice facilitation, training and direct outreach interventions
  • Develop and disseminate a HCV Elimination in PLWH Toolkit
  • Provide training in data-to-care approach through CDC HIV CBA infrastructure, NASTAD, and in collaboration with AETC

Sustainability Plan Presentation –

Institute for Advanced Medicine Mount Sinai West and St Luke’s Hospitals
Cherry Jones, MA – Hepatitis C Project Coordinator, Cherry.Jones@mountsinai.org
Jill E. Pace, MPH, DrPH – Director of Care and Treatment Programs, Jill.Pace@mountsinai.org
View presentation here.

Activities to be Continued:

  • HCV screening through providers and prevention team efforts
  • Targeted outreach activities utilizing lists of untreated patients
  • HCV Care Coordination programs

Newly identified activities through Project SUCCEED:

  • Identify and retain clinical champions
  • Develop new community relationships
  • Implement process flow exercise

Project Updates – Remaining Intervention Sites

Bright Point Health
Lettice Maldonado, MPA, CASAC-T, Assistant Director, Business Operations, lmaldonado@brightpointhealth.org
Mary Correa, MSSenior Director, Grant Programs, mcorrea@brightpointhealth.org
View presentation here.

  • Regular review of electronic health record HCV query report
  • Increase staff capacity to outreach and link HCV patients to care
  • Continue HCV Treatment Education and best practices

BronxCare Health System
Courtney Dower, MBA – Program Manager, CDower@bronxleb.org

  • Identification of targeted group
  • Increase completion of treatment/cure
  • Increase screening rate

Housing Works Community Healthcare
Gillian Saunders – Director of Healthcare Compliance and Special Projects, g.saunders@housingworks.org
Brian Hennessey –  PrEP Coordinator, b.hennessey@housingworks.org
View presentation here.

  • Increase HCV screening for individuals at risk
  • Increase the number of individuals referred for treatment from the internal agency
  • Decrease the number of untreated patients

New York Presbyterian Hospital / Columbia University Medical Center
Rachel Mathu, MPH – Data Coordinator, Comprehensive Health Program, ram9156@nyp.org
View presentation here.

  • Conduct staff trainings to enhance participation and interdisciplinary care coordination discussions at Clinical Care Team (CCT) meetings
  • Develop care coordination monitoring tool for tracking patient outreach outcomes for co-infected patients including those LTFU
  • Improve data analytics for HIV/HCV co-infected population in the patient panels

Resources Discussed During Meeting

Thank you Project SUCCEED Intervention Sites!

Health Centers:
Brightpoint Health
Callen-Lorde
Housing Works
Ryan-Chelsea Clinton

Hospitals: 
BronxCare Health System
Mount Sinai, Clinics: St. Luke’s, West, and Peter Krueger
New York Presbyterian/Columbia University
St. Barnabas

 

Upcoming Trainings

NYC Health Department Trainings: www.nychealthtraining.org/training

Intro to Viral Hepatitis, August 6, 2019 (9am – 1pm)

Hepatitis C Patient Navigation, August 26, 2019 (9am  – 5pm)

Hep C Rapid Testing, September 10, 2019 (9am – 1pm)

 

Community Training

HepCure: Bi-monthly tele-education series. www.HepCure.org. Tuesdays (4:30 – 5:30 pm)

Empire Liver Foundation: CME Clinical Provider Trainings offered regularly via live webinar;

to learn more, contact: megchappell@empireliverfoundation.org

 

Additional resources available at www.hepfree.nyc/projectsucceed

In Attendance:

1. Alexis Brenes, NYCDOHMH – Viral Hepatitis Program, Health Care Access Specialist,abrenes@health.nyc.gov
2. Amber Casey, NYCDOHMH – Care & Treatment Program, Deputy Director/Project SUCCEED Director,acasey@health.nyc.gov
3. Ann Winters, NYCDOHMH – Viral Hepatitis Program, Medical Director,awinters@health.nyc.gov
4. Brian Hennessey, Housing Works, PrEP Coordinator ,b.hennessey@housingworks.org
5. Chelsea Amato, NYCDOHMH – Alcohol, Drug Prev & Treatment, Harm Reduction Specialist,camato@health.nyc.gov
6. Cherry Jones, Mount Sinai St. Luke’s and West ,Program Coordinator,Cherry.jones@mountsinai.org
7. Courtney Dower, Bronx Care, Program Manager,cdower@bronxcare.org
8. Daniel Castellanos, Hispanic AIDS Forum, Director of Programs,dcastellanos@hafnyc.org
9. Fernandi Valerio, Community Healthcare Network, Check Hep C Navigator,fvalerio@chnnyc.org
10. Gail Brown, COPE, Director of Advocacy,gbrown.cope@gmail.com
11. Gil A. Cerpa, Praxis Housing Initiatives, Hep C Coordinator/ Patient Navigator,gacerpa@praxishousing.org
12. Gillian Saunders, Housing Works, Director of Healthcare Compliance and Special Projects,g.Saunders@housingworks.org
13. Jessie Schwartz, NYCDOHMH – Viral Hepatitis Program, Clinical Coordinator,jschwartz2@health.nyc.gov
14. Jill Pace , IAM, Director, Care and Treatment Programs ,jill.pace@mountsinai.org
15. Kelly Huang, NYCDOHMH – Viral Hepatitis Program, Data Manager,yhuang5@health.nyc.gov
16. Lettice Maldonado, Brightpoint Health, Assistant Director,lmaldonado@brightpointhealth.org
17. Luis Mares, Latino Commission on AIDS, Director of Community Mobilization Programs,Lmares@latinoaids.org
18. Luis R. Perez, AIDS Healthcare Foundation, Pharmacy Specialist,luis.r.perez@aidshealth.org
19. MaNtsetse Kgama, NYCDOHMH – Viral Hepatitis Program, Project Manager,mkgama1@health.nyc.gov
20. Mary Correa, Brightpoint Health Sr. Director, Grant Programs,mcorrea@brightpointhealth.org
21. Natalie Octave, NYCDOHMH – Viral Hepatitis Program, Project Coordinator,nocatave@health.nyc.gov
22. Rachel Mathu, New York – Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center, Data Coordinator, ram9156@nyp.org
23. Sarah Usher, Brightpoint Health, HCV Program Coordinator,susher@brightpointhealth.org

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