Program 1: NBCCEDP:
NY will; 1)Provide 20,055 women with lower incomes who are uninsured or underinsured with program-funded breast and cervical cancer screening and follow-up diagnostic services in year one, with a 5% annual increase in clients (~ 24,377 women will receive program-funded services in year 5), 2)Work with up to 12 clinics that provide NBCCEDP-paid services to implement Community Guide-recommended evidence-based interventions to increase and improve the quality of breast and cervical cancer screening and follow-up services, and 3)Build and implement collaborations and evidence-based interventions that focus efforts in areas with higher populations of women ages 50 to 64 who are Black and with higher late-stage incidence and mortality, and NYS counties where at least 70% of the population is rural and where breast and cervical cancer incidence and mortality are above and screening estimates are below the statewide average.
Program 2: NCCCP:
NY will; 1)Convene, manage and collaborate with the NYS Cancer Consortium’s Steering Committee, Action Teams and other committed partners and the NYSCR, NYB&C, other CDC-funded programs, and Department of Health partners to address the state’s cancer burden with an emphasis on addressing racism and improving health equity through prevention, screening and survivorship activities, 2)Use the Decision Matrix, Health Equity Guide, and available data to inform collaborative decisions to write New York’s 2024-2029 Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan, identifying populations and locations with the greatest burden, developing measurable objectives to assess progress and include population-wide, evidence-based interventions and strategies that promote racial justice and address social determinants of health, and 3)Evaluate and monitor performance towards Plan objectives and enhance use and dissemination of NYSCR and other key data to drive local, regional, and statewide action to achieve Plan goals and objectives.
Program 3: NPCR:
NY will: 1) Maintain the New York State Cancer Registry (NYSCR), a population-based cancer surveillance system that captures timely, high-quality case information on more than 95 percent of the expected number of reportable cancers in New York to inform cancer prevention and control activities and to contribute to public health practice and research; 2) Increase the capacity and flexibility of the Registry’s infrastructure for meeting evolving data needs.
Over the five-year project period, the NYSCR will achieve the following outcomes:
• Meet National Data Quality and Advanced National Data Quality standards each year.
• Successful adoption of several data modernization strategies.
• Increased collaboration among chronic disease and other public health programs.
• Increased infrastructure capacity and flexibility for meeting evolving data needs; and
• Increased data use for cancer prevention and control as well as for research.