Program 1: The Idaho Women?s Health Check Program (WHC) will to continue implementing the National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (NBCCEDP) in Idaho. WHC will utilize Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) funds to provide breast and cervical cancer screening and diagnostic services among priority populations across Idaho. The program strives to reduce disparities in breast and cervical cancer incidence and mortality. The following outcomes are expected to be achieved by the end of the project period by implementing the program strategies identified below and in the attached work plan. Achievement of the intended outcomes will be based on evaluation and performance measurements.Short term Outcomes:? Established health system and community partnerships that support increased breast and cervical cancer screening.? Knowledge and capacity for breast and cervical cancer prevention and screening among priority populations.? Access to health care and preventive services among priority populations.? Policies and systems that promote healthy lifestyle behaviors and support high-quality breast and cervical cancer screening.? Multiple evidence-based interventions in place that support improved provider practices and health systems to support high-quality breast and cervical cancer screening.? Data systems for measurement and use of patient and health system data.? High quality staff, clinical consultants, and providersIntermediate Outcomes:? Increased appropriate breast and cervical cancer screening, rescreening, and surveillance among priority populations.? Increased use of evidence-based lifestyle programs, clinical preventive services, and cancer care.? Improved delivery of clinical preventive services and cancer care.? Increased health-seeking and healthy lifestyle behaviors to reduce cancer risk.Long-term Outcomes:? Reduced breast and cervical cancer incidence and mortality.Program 2: The Idaho Comprehensive Cancer Contr
ol Program (ICCCP) is requesting funding from CDC to continue Cancer Prevention and Control Programs for State, Territorial, and Tribal Organizations efforts in Idaho. The ICCCP will utilize these funds to support both state, local and cancer coalition efforts that leverage resources to plan and implement evidence-based strategies to promote the primary prevention of cancer; support cancer early detection efforts; address the needs of cancer survivors; and promote health equity.The following outcomes are expected to be achieved by the end of the project period by implementing the program strategies identified below and in the attached work plan. Achievement of the intended outcomes will be based on evaluation and performance measurements.Short term Outcomes:? Increased awareness and knowledge about cancer prevention and screening among target populations.? Improved healthcare provider practices and systems to support screening.? Improved community-clinical linkages.? Increased environmental supports for prevention through new/enhanced school, worksite, adult & child care programs/strategies to support cancer prevention and screening activities.? Increased policies and systems that promote health lifestyle behaviors and support high quality cancer screening.Intermediate Outcomes:? Increased appropriate cancer screening, rescreening, and surveillance of priority populations.? Increased use of evidenced-based lifestyle programs, clinical preventive services, and cancer care among cancer survivors.? Improved delivery of clinical preventive services and cancer care.Long-term Outcomes:? Reduced cancer risk (e.g. tobacco, UV exposure, HPV) and increase in health seeking and healthy lifestyle behaviors; e.g., HPV vaccination, HBV vaccination, improved physical activity, and improved diet.? Increased early detection.? Increased quality of life among cancer survivors.? Reduced cancer morbidity and mortality.? Reduce cancer disparities.