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Appendix C PUBLIC HEALTH ROUNDTABLE Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Building 16, Conference Room 1 107 Atlanta June 27, 1996 AGENDA Workshop on Public Health and Public Policy 8:45 a.m. Welcome to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention David Satcher, Director 9:00 a.m. Opening Remarks Stuart Bondurant and Hugh Tilson, cochairs 9:15-9:45 a.m. Public Trust and Confidence in Government: How Can Governmental Agencies Respond to Public Mistrust of Government Todd LaPorte, University of California at Berkeley 75

76 9:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Panel Session I: Public Health in the Community Robert Pestronk, Moderator APPENDIX C Panel Members: Liane Levetan, Chief Executive Officer, Dekalb County Paul Wiesner, Director of DeKalb County Health Department. Steve Margolis, Assistant Director for Special Projects, Division of Public Health for Georgia Jo Ann Thomas, Director, Life Skills Center J. Frederick Agel, Chairman, DeKalb Board of Health Yvonne Lewis, Program Coordinator, Flint and Vicinity Action Community Economic Development, Inc. Respondent: Arden Miller, Professor Emeritus of Maternal and Child Health, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill LUNCH 2:00-5:00 p.m. Panel Session II: The Role of State Government in Public Health Martin Wasserman, Moderator Speaker (to frame the issues of the panel session): Randy Desonia, Director of Policy Studies, Health Policy Panel members: Patrick Meehan, Director, Georgia Division of Public Health Senator Nadine Thomas, Vice Chairman, Committee on Health and Human Services, Georgia Senate Lawrence Sanders, Medical Director for Managed Care, Grady Health System Joyce Essien, Director, Center for Public Health Prevention, Emory University School of Public Health 5:00 p.m. Concluding Remarks Stuart Bondurant and Hugh Tilson, cochairs

HEALTHY COMMUNITIES Cynthia Abel Program Officer Institute of Medicine Washington, DC J. Frederick Agel President, DeKalb County Local Board of Health Southeast Regional Trustee of the Executive Board of the Association of Local Boards of Health Atlanta Charles F. Bacon Special Project Officer Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Atlanta Edward L. Baker, M.D. Director, Public Health Practice Program Office Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Atlanta Steve Boedigheimer, M.M. Deputy Director, Division of Public Health Delaware Health and Social Services Dover Stuart Bondurant, M.D., cochair Director, Center for Urban Epidemiologic Studies New York Academy of Medicine New York City 77 PARTICIPANTS E. Richard Brown, Ph.D. Professor of Public Health School of Public Health, and Director, Center for Health Policy Research University of California, Los Angeles Thomas A. Bruce, M.D. Program Director W.K. Kellogg Foundation Little Rock, AR Joe H. Davis, M.D., M.P.H. Director International Health Program Office Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Atlanta Randy Desonia Director of Policy Studies Health Policy Division National Governors' Association Washington, DC Anne Dievler, Ph.D. Interim Director of Masters of Health Science Program in Health Policy School of Hygiene and Public Health Johns Hopkins University

78 Joyce Essien, M.D., M.B.A. Director, Center for Public Health Prevention Rollins School of Public Health Practice Emory University Caswell A. Evans, Jr., D.D.S., M.P.H. Assistant Director of Health Services Director, Public Health Programs and Services County of Los Angeles Department of Health Services Los Angeles Claude Earl Fox, M.D., M.P.H. Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health Director, Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Department of Health and Human Services Washington, DC Kristine M. Gebbie, R.N., Dr.P.H., F.A.A.N. Assistant Professor of Nursing Columbia University School of Nursing Liza Greenberg American Association of Health Plans Washington, DC APPENDIX C Margaret A. Hamburg, M.D. Health Commissioner New York City Department of Health New York City James M. Hughes, M.D. Director National Center for Infectious Diseases Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Atlanta Barry L. Johnson, Ph.D. Assistant Administrator Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Atlanta Todd LaPorte Professor, Department of Political Sciences University of California at Berkeley Roz Lasker, M.D. (by conference call) Director, Division of Public Health New York Academy of Medicine New York City Liane Levetan Chief Executive Officer DeKalb County Government Decatur

HEALTHY COMMUNITIES Yvonne Lewis Program Coordinator Flint and Vicinity Action Community Economic Development, Inc. (FACED) Flint, MI Doug Lloyd, M.D., M.PH. Associate Administrator, Public Health Practice Health Resources and Services Administration Rockville, MD John Lumpkin, M.D., M.P.H. Director Illinois Department of Public Health Springfield Charles Mahan, M.D. Dean, College of Public Health University of South Florida Steven Margolis, Ph.D. Assistant Director for Special Projects Division of Public Health Atlanta Patrick J. Meehan, M.D. Director Division of Public Health Atlanta 79 C. Arden Miller, M.D. Professor Emeritus of Maternal and Child Health School of Public Health Department of Maternal and Child Health University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Kathy Newman, R.N., M.P.H. Director, Barron County Health Department Barron, WI Walter A. Orenstein, M.D. Director National Immunization Program Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Atlanta Robert Pestronk, M.P.H. Health Officer Genesee County Health Department Flint, MI Mark L. Rosenberg, M.D., M.P.P. Director National Center for Injury Prevention and Control Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Atlanta Linda Rosenstock, M.D., M.P.H. Director National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Washington, DC

80 Lawrence Sanders M.D. Medical Director for Managed Care Grady Health System Atlanta David Satcher, M.D., Ph.D. Director Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Atlanta Tonia Smith Computer Secretary Atlanta Dixie E. Snider, Jr., M.D., M.P.H. Associate Director for Science Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Atlanta Michael A. Stoto, Ph.D. Director, Division of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Institute of Medicine Washington, DC Ciro Sumaya, M.D. Administrator Health Resources and Services Administration Rockville, MD Jo Ann Thomas Director Life Skills Center Marietta APPENDIX C Senator Nadine Thomas Georgia State Senate Atlanta Donna Thompson Division Assistant Institute of Medicine Washington, DC Hugh H. Tilson, M.D., Dr.P.H., cochair Vice President and Worldwide Director Epidemiology Surveillance and Policy Research Glaxo Wellcome Company Research Triangle Park, NC Cynthia Tucker Public Health Advisor Georgia Senate Committee on Health and Human Services Atlanta Vaughn Upshaw, M.P.H. Chairperson Chattham County Board of Health Pittsboro, NC Robert B. Wallace, M.D. Head, Department of Preventive Medicine and Environmental Health University of Iowa Martin Wasserman, M.D., J.D. Secretary Health and Mental Hygiene Department State of Maryland

HEALTHY COMMUNITIES Paul J. Wiesner, M.D. Director DeKalb County Board of Health Decatur 81 David Williamson Acting Director Division of Diabetes Translation National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Atlanta

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The Future of Public Health, issued in 1988, set forth a vision of public health and a specific role for the governmental public health agency within that vision, including the mission and content of public health, and an organizational framework. In the eight years since the report was released, there has been a significant strengthening of practice in governmental public health agencies and other settings. Substantial social, demographic, and technological changes in recent years, however, have made it necessary to reexamine governmental public health agencies' efforts to improve the public's health. Drawing on the activities and discussions initiated by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) Committee on Public Health, the current report addresses two critical public health issues that can greatly influence the opportunity for our public to be healthy as the United States enters a new century-(1) the relationship between public health agencies and managed care organizations, and (2) the role of the public health agency in the community-and their implications for the broader issues raised in The Future of Public Health.

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