IWHNA Overview 07-07-10

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An Overview

Overview - I : 

Overview - I Established as Orlando Family Planning Center, Inc. Date Filed: July 16, 1997 Status: Non-profit 501(c)(3) Public Charity Mission: Provide quality outpatient clinical care to indigent women Early diagnosis and prevention of: Cancers and infectious diseases in women (such as HIV/AIDS, STDs, etc.)

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Overview - II Free or reduced-rate clinical care Counseling for: Birth Control/Family Planning Obesity and Health Lifestyles HIV/AIDS Counseling, Testing & Referral Services Counseling, Testing and Treatment of STDs Prevention and Diagnosis of Cervical Cancers

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Overview - III March 01, 2009 A. S. Rao, MD., MA., DPhil., was appointed as Chief Executive Officer and Chief Research Officer April 28, 2009 Name of the organization was changed to: The Institute of Women’s Health of North America, Inc. Its mission and vision were appropriately amended to reflect the more “inclusive” nature of this organization

Our Vision, Mission & Values : 

Our Vision, Mission & Values

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To be recognized as a leader in developing, advocating, and implementing the best-practice models for optimal healthcare for women

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To provide the most affordable preventive and therapeutic healthcare to women and to empower them with knowledge and skills to lead a healthy and safe lifestyle

Our Organization Structure : 

Our Organization Structure

Organizational Structure - IWHNA : 

Organizational Structure - IWHNA

Organizational Structure - IWHNA : 

Organizational Structure - IWHNA

Organizational Structure - IWHNA : 

Organizational Structure - IWHNA

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Ft. Lauderdale Campus Main Office Orlando – Downtown Campus Orlando – Winter Park Campus Greater Tampa Bay Campus Ocala Campus Daytona Beach Campus OUR AFFILIATED CAMPUSES

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Ft. Lauderdale Campus Orlando – Downtown Campus Greater Tampa Bay Campus Ocala Campus OUR AFFILIATED CAMPUSES Main Office

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Our Facilities: JCAHO-approved Convenient & Safe Location Adequate Parking Comfortable Waiting Rooms Well-appointed Counseling & Examination Rooms Group Meeting Rooms Adequate Storage Facility (samples and patient record) CLIA-approved Laboratories Provider Offices

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Our People: Board-certified Physicians Nurse Practitioners Qualified Nurses and Allied Health Staff Experienced Educators and Trainers Administrative Staff

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Information Technology & Data Entry & Storage: Secure “Wireless” campuses Sage Practice Management Software Transitioning to Electronic Health Record: SOAPware with ePrescription Web-based allowing remote data entry Daily back-ups (local and remote) HIPAA and Privacy Act compliant Certified: Certification Commission for Health Information Technology (CCHIT)

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Information Technology & Data Entry & Storage: Electronic patient-data is stored and entered ONLY in: Hard-wired main frame computers/servers Password-protected Thin-client: Safe and secure remote data entry into centralized (Tampa) mainframe computer/server Patient hard copy data: Stored in double-locked space Limited access – only to those with a “need” to know

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Clinical & Research Services: Birth Control Pregnancy Testing and Planning Services HIV Testing, Counseling, and Treatment Emergency Contraception (morning after pill) Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD’s) Diagnosis and Treatment General Gynecological Services General Healthcare (blood pressure monitoring; cholesterol and diabetes screening, etc.) Hepatitis and HPV vaccines Oncology: Breast, Cervical, Uterine, and Ovarian cancers

Patient Demographics(Cumulative Data from ALL Five Campuses) : 

Patient Demographics(Cumulative Data from ALL Five Campuses)

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Educational & Training Services: Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD’s) Practicing Safe Sex Birth Control Options Pregnancy Options and Fertility HIV and AIDS Menopause Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) – cervical cancer and genital warts Breast, Uterine, and Ovarian Cancers

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Sources of Funding: Clinical Practice Donations and Philanthropy Foundation Grants and Contract Federal Grants and Contracts Pharmaceutical Grants and Contracts

ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN 2009-10 AND INITIATION OF NEW PROGRAMS : 

ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN 2009-10 AND INITIATION OF NEW PROGRAMS

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HIV/AIDS COUNSELING, TESTING, AND REFERRAL (CTR) PROGRAM: Certification from the State Bureau of HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis Memorandum of Agreements with the following county health department: Broward, Hillsborough, Marion, Orange Eight (8) selected staff members certified as HIV/AIDS CTR counselor

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HIV/AIDS COUNSELING, TESTING, AND REFERRAL (CTR) PROGRAM: Started offering free and confidential HIV CTR at all sites as of September 10, 2009 Initiated the process of establishing Memorandum of Understandings with: Faith-based organizations Community-based Organizations, etc. Presently offering ONLY OraSure® Test Plan to offer OraQuick ADVANCE® Rapid HIV-1/2 Antibody Test

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STDs COUNSELING, SCREENING, AND REFERRAL (CSR) PROGRAM: Started offering free and confidential STD CSR at all sites as of December 15, 2009 Initially offering screening for Chlamydia ONLY Chlamydia is the most frequently reported bacterial sexually transmitted disease in the United States In 2006, 1,030,911 chlamydial infections were reported to CDC from 50 states and the District of Columbia An estimated 2,291,000 non-institutionalized U.S. civilians ages 14-39 are infected with Chlamydia

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Early Diagnosis of Cervical Cancers:: Started offering free Papanicolau (Pap) test to indigent women since 2006: Screening for premalignant and malignant cervical cancers in high risk women Offered in outpatient clinics, health fairs, etc. Initiated the process of participating in NCI-funded TOTAL CANCER CARE program

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H1N1 Vaccination: Offered free-of-charge to any community member on a walk-in basis since December 2009 Heart Disease in Women: Participating in the Heart Truth Program – 2010 Funded by the Office of Women’s Health, NIH Providing educational workshops to healthcare professional about the risk of heart disease in women

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Dental Hygiene in Women: Participating in the Dental Hygiene Program – 2010 Funded by the Office of Women’s Health, NIH Providing educational workshops to women and healthcare professional about the proper dental hygiene and its correlation with cardiovascular disease Developing Fact Sheet for use by other CBO’s and healthcare providers and facilities Developing a Speaker’s Bureau

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Developing a NEW Rapid and Cheap Point of Care HIV Testing Kit: Funded by Ultrarapid Nanodiagnostic, Inc. HIV antibody based test anchored to a NANOMEMBRANE 1000 patients to be recruited in 18 months Control - OraSure® Antibody-based Test Very encouraging results from preliminary studies in humans in China, India and Brazil Utilization beyond rapid diagnosis of HIV/AIDS

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Contact Information: The Institute of Women’s Health of North America Sand Lake Center 7380 Sand Lake Road, Suite 500 Orlando, Florida 32819 Tel: (407) 248-1644 Fax: (877) 400-8996 E-mail: info@iwhna.org Web: www.iwhna.org

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