THE CURRENT STATE OF OBESITY
SOLUTIONS IN THE UNITED STATES
A public session hosted by the Institute of Medicine
Roundtable on Obesity Solutions
January 7, 2014
National Academy of Sciences (NAS) Building, NAS Auditorium
2101 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC
Lynn Parker, Director, Roundtable on Obesity Solutions
|12:35 pm||Introduction to the Roundtable on Obesity Solutions
Harvey V. Fineberg, President, Institute of Medicine
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A Workshop Agenda THE CURRENT STATE OF OBESITY SOLUTIONS IN THE UNITED STATES A public session hosted by the Institute of Medicine Roundtable on Obesity Solutions January 7, 2014 National Academy of Sciences (NAS) Building, NAS Auditorium 2101 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC Workshop Goals • Describe the current obesity prevention and control landscape • Increase awareness of progress and opportunities in obesity preven- tion and control • Identify strategies with greatest impact and opportunities for cross- sector alignment and collaboration • Identify gaps in programs and implementation Opening Remarks 12:30 pm Welcome Lynn Parker, Director, Roundtable on Obesity Solutions 12:35 pm Introduction to the Roundtable on Obesity Solutions Harvey V. Fineberg, President, Institute of Medicine 65
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66 CURRENT STATE OF OBESITY SOLUTIONS 12:45 pm Update on the Current Epidemiology of Obesity in the United States William Dietz, Consultant, Institute of Medicine Settings Where Change Is Happening: Progress in Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Elimination of Disparities Session Facilitator: Mary Story, Professor of Global Health and Community and Family Medicine, Duke University 1:05 pm Early Care and Education • Debbie Chang, Vice President, Nemours Foundation • Comments o ianne Ward, Professor of Nutrition, University of D North Carolina at Chapel Hill o eri Henchy, Director of Nutrition Policy and G Early Childhood Programs, Food Resource and Action Center • Facilitated panel discussion 1:35 pm Schools • arah Lee, Health Scientist, Centers for Disease S Control and Prevention • omments C o hristina Economos, Director, ChildObesity180 C o essica Donze Black, Director of Kids’ Safe and J Healthful Foods Project, Pew Charitable Trusts • acilitated panel discussion F 2:05 pm Worksites • elen Eddy, Assistant Vice President, Health and H Wellness, Hy-Vee, Inc. • omments C o ico Pronk, Vice President and Chief Science N Officer, HealthPartners, Inc. o ulia Halberg, Chief Medical Officer, General Mills, J Inc. • acilitated panel discussion F
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APPENDIX A 67 2:35 pm Health Care: Hospitals, Clinics, and Insurance Companies • on Bradley, Chief Medical Officer and Senior Vice D President, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina • omments C o oel Solomon, Vice President, Community Health, L Kaiser Permanente o duardo Sanchez, Chief Medical Officer, American E Heart Association • acilitated panel discussion F 3:05 pm BREAK Session Facilitator: Russell Pate, Professor, Department of Exercise Science, University of South Carolina 3:20 pm Communities and States • eon Andrews, Senior Fellow, National League of L Cities • heryl Bartlett, Commissioner of Massachusetts C Department of Public Health • omments C o arion Standish, Director of Community Health, M California Endowment • acilitated panel discussion F 3:55 pm Federal Government • evin Concannon, Under Secretary for Food, K Nutrition, and Consumer Services, U.S. Department of Agriculture • oward Koh, U.S. Department of Health and Human H Services • omments C o eff Levi, Executive Director, The Trust for J America’s Health • acilitated panel discussion F 4:30 pm Businesses and Industry • isa Gable, President, Healthy Weight Commitment L Foundation
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68 CURRENT STATE OF OBESITY SOLUTIONS • omments C o arry Soler, President, Partnership for a Healthier L America • acilitated panel discussion F Closing Remarks 5:00 pm Closing Keynote Bill Purcell, Roundtable Chair 5:15 pm Adjourn Workshop