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County of Madera

California

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Prevention First Program

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What is the Prevention First Program?
The Madera County Public Health Department (MCPHD) and three other county health departments - Alameda, Monterey and Sacramento- were selected by the California Department of Public Health to provide training, technical assistance, and coordination to local health providers who are committed to deliver high quality, evidence-based and effective health care services to adults with diabetes and hypertension.

Over the next three years, MCPHD will partner with local health providers to improve our health systems and develop better community-clinical linkages. Project activities will include Training, Technical Assistance, Workgroups and Learning Action Networks in four areas:

  • Electronic Health Records (EHR):  Increase the adoption and the use of information technology to improve performance. Increase the institutionalization and monitoring of quality measures
  • Diabetes Self-Management Education (DSME): Increase the use of DSME programs in community settings and Increase access, referral and reimbursement of DSME programs
  • Community Health Workers (CHWs): Increase engagement of CHWs in the provision of self-management programs for adults with diabetes. Improve the linkages between health systems and community resources for adults with high blood pressure.
  • Team-Based Care: Increase engagement of non-physician team members in hypertension and diabetes management.

Goals of the Prevention First Program (PFP)
The long-term outcomes of the Prevention First initiative are for improved prevention and control of:
• Diabetes
• Hypertension
• Overweight and obesity

What PFP can do for you?
• Connect you to diabetes resources
• Connect you to locations of free blood pressure machines
• Link you to a Community Health Worker
• Link you to Medi-cal insurance info
• Link you with diabetes and/or high blood pressure specialists in Madera
• If you are a provider who works with patients with diabetes or hypertension contact us, to learn how Prevention First can benefit your practice
• Health on Wheels can conduct a community event at your work and/or school
• Free blood pressure checks, blood sugar, and BMI

Current Community Projects
• Prevention First Pilot Sites selected (see Links section)
• PFP is currently working to establish a community diabetes education classes with pilot sites using the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services approved-Project Dulce Model
• Vision y Compromiso will provide training opportunities for community members to be involved with diabetes classes

Contacts:
Gilda Zarate-Gonzalez , MPH, CLC
Deputy Public Health Director-Operations
T. 675-7893 ext. 312
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Lori Gardner, MA, PAHM
Public Health Program Manager
T. 675-7893 ext.447
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Brian Gamble
Health Education Assistant
T. 675-7893 ext. 243
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Eliana Oropeza, BS
Health Education Specialist
T. 559-675-7893 ext. 428
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Prevention First Links
Links to 2016-17 Prevention First partners:
Camarena Health
Adventist Health
Madera Community Hospital
Dr. Samrao 

Links to resources
California Department of Public Health
Improvement in Diabetes Care of Underinsured Patients Enrolled in Project Dulce
What is an electronic health record (EHR)?
Central Valley Health Information Exchange 

In the news:
UCLA study finds that half of Maderans have prediabetes or diabetes
Diabetes Ups Risk of Heart Attack Death
How to keep your blood pressure under control 

 

 

General County Contact

General County Contact
200 W. 4th Street
Madera, CA 93637
559-675-7703
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Use this number to get general information about the County or County departments.  

For non-emergency information or service, dial 311