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California conference of local health officers (CCLHO)  

April 9, 2018
 

Meeting:  California Conference of Local Health Officers (CCLHO) Communicable Disease Control and Prevention Committee Meeting


Date:            Thursday, April 19, 2018
Time:           9:15 am to 1:15 pm
Location:   Alameda County Department of Public Health
                       1000 Broadway, 5th Floor Conference Room, #5000A
                       Oakland, CA 94607
                       (510) 267-8019

This meeting is scheduled as noted above and is called under Section 100925 of the Health and Safety Code.  CCLHO will conduct the Communicable Disease Control and Prevention Committee meeting in person and through teleconference.  Call Ashley Barbosa at (916) 440-7593 or Leah Northrop at (916) 440-7594 with questions at least one day prior to the meeting.

You may attend the CCLHO Communicable Disease Control and Prevention Committee meeting in person or via teleconference.  See below for details.

1. IN PERSON:  Alameda County Public Health is located in downtown Oakland at the Trans Pacific Centre (entrance at 11th Street & Broadway), across from the Marriott Hotel.  Please note that prior approval is required for Health Officer travel reimbursement.   

2. TELECONFERENCE INTO THE MEETING:
 DIAL IN:  1-888-808-6929
 ACCESS CODE:  Enter Attendee access code: 1801790#
 To “MUTE” OR “UNMUTE” your phone, PRESS *6
 Please note that WebEx is not available for this meeting.

Agendas for the CCLHO Communicable Disease Control and Prevention meetings are posted on the CCLHO Communicable Disease Control and Prevention Website.

CCLHO COMMUNICABLE DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION AGENDA

9:15 am:  Co-Chairs Report
Erica Pan, MD, MPH, Alameda; and Barbara Cole, RN, PHN, MSN, Riverside
• Introductions
• Action Item: Approval of Minutes: February 15, 2018 CDCP meeting
o Discussion
o Public Comment
o Vote

• CCLHO Board Actions and Other Items and Updates

o CMA Resolution – current status
o Update on expectations of affiliates
o Pertussis Guidance Update

o All Facilities Letter and emergency prehospital medical care personnel (SB 432) follow up
• Discussion
• Public Comment

9:35 am:  Center for Infectious Diseases (CID) Update, California Department of Public Health (CDPH)
o Center Update, Gil Chavez, MD, MPH, Deputy Director, CID, CDPH
o Division of Communicable Disease Control (DCDC) Update, James Watt, MD, MPH, Division Chief
o Status on Title 17 Omnibus Package
o Protocol for Follow-Up with Laboratories Not Meeting Reporting Requirements Status report on DUDA (CalREDIE)
o Status report on E-Case reporting
o Discussion
o Public Comment

9:50 am:  Legislative Stakeholder Updates
Health Officer Association of California (HOAC) – Kat DeBurgh, MPH, Executive Director
• Update on legislative bills and issues
o AB 626 (In-Home Kitchens)
o SB 1325 (Self-Quarantine/PANDA)
o Valley Fever Bills
o SB 221 (Criminal fines: HIV prevention and education programs)
o AB 2178 (Limited service charitable feeding operations)
o Discussion
o Public Comment
• Updates by other organizations (invited)
o County Health Executives Association of California (CHEAC)
o California Medical Association (CMA)
o Other organizations
o Discussion
o Public Comment

10:10 am:  Legislative Bills for Review and Discussion
Erica Pan, MD, MPH, Alameda, Committee Co-Chair
• Legislative ideas for 2019 and future years
o Discussion
o Public Comment

• Action Item:  AB 1780 (Maienschein):  Importation of diseased dogs and cats
o Discussion
o Public Comment
o Vote

• Action Item: AB 1992 (Chu):  CalWORKs eligibility: immunizations
o Discussion
o Public Comment
o Vote

• Action Item: AB 2601 (Weber):  Pupil Instruction: Sexual Health Education: Charter Schools
o Discussion
o Public Comment
o Vote

Legislative assignments for analysis/review

• Discussion
• Public Comment

10:40 am:  Panel Presentation:  Hepatitis C testing and linkage to care demonstration projects
• Rachel McLean, MPH, Chief, Office of Viral Hepatitis Prevention, CDPH
• Linda S. Lewis, DVM, MPVM, Health Scientist, Community Health & Sciences, Butte County Public Health Department
o Discussion
o Public Comment

11:20 am:  BREAK

11:30 am: Presentation:  Kaiser EHRs and Disease Investigation and Surveillance
Sarah Lewis, MD, MPH, Assistant Public Health Officer|STD/HIV Controller; Santa Clara County Public Health Department
• Discussion
• Public Comment

11:55 am:  Communicable Disease Emergency Response Update
Juan Ruiz, MD, MPH, Dr.PH, Chief, Communicable Disease Emergency Response Program (CDER)
• Discussion
• Public Comment

12:00 pm:  HIV/AIDS Update
Karen Mark, MD, MPH, Chief, Office of AIDS
• Status of incorporating HIV/AIDS reporting through CalREDIE
• Discussion
• Public Comment

12:05 pm:  California STD/HIV Controllers Association (CSTD/HIVCA) Report
• Discussion
• Public Comment

12:10 pm:  Sexually Transmitted Diseases Update
• Branch Update - Heidi Bauer, MD, MPH, Chief, Sexually Transmitted Diseases Control Branch
• Adult Viral Hepatitis – Rachel McLean, MPH, Hepatitis Coordinator
o Strategic Plan Status
• Discussion
• Public Comment

12:20 pm:  Tuberculosis Update
• Branch Update – Jennifer Flood, MD, MPH, Chief, Tuberculosis Control Branch
• CA Tuberculosis Controllers Association (CTCA) Report
• Discussion
• Public Comment

12:30 pm:  Healthcare Associated Infections Update
Erin Epson, MD, Assistant Chief, Healthcare Associated Infections Program
o Discussion
o Public Comment

12:35 pm:  Immunizations Update
Sarah Royce, MD, MPH, Chief, Immunization Branch
• Status report on CAIR 2
• Pertussis Update
• Hepatitis A Outbreak status
• Discussion
• Public Comment

12:40 pm:  Correctional Health Care Services Update
Janet Mohle-Boetani, MD, MPH California Correctional Health Care Services
• Discussion
• Public Comment

12:45 pm:  Infectious Diseases Update
• Branch Update – Duc Vugia, MD, Chief, Infectious Diseases Branch
• CA Association of Communicable Disease Controllers (CACDC) Report
• Discussion
• Public Comment

12:55 pm:  Infectious Diseases Laboratory Update
• Branch Update –Katya Ledin, PhD, Chief, Infectious Diseases Laboratory Branch
• CA Association of Public Health Laboratory Directors (CAPHLD) Report Discussion
o Status of workgroup to address modern guidelines for PH labs
• Discussion
• Public Comment

1:05 pm:  Agenda Items for Future Meetings
• Review list of potential agenda item topics
• Discussion
• Public Comment

1:10 pm:  Public Comment for Items not on the Agenda 

1:15 pm:  Adjourn

Next Meeting: June 21, 2018 in Sacramento

 Additional Meeting Locations:

 
City of Long Beach Public Health
2525 Grand Avenue, Suite 280
Long Beach, CA  90815


Shasta County HHSA—Public Health
Office of the Health Officer
2650 Breslauer Way
Redding, CA 96001

 
Potential Agenda Items for the Next Meeting:
• CSTE Resolutions from June 2017 CSTE Meeting
• Title 17 Final Omnibus Package

Future Potential Meeting Topics:
• Lessons learned with activation of CDPH MHCC for Hepatitis, Influenza and Meningococcal Disease
• Prioritization of different types of Public Health Labs
• Valley Fever
o Report on findings from Valley Fever firefighter survey
o Valley Fever workgroup results (late 2018 or early 2019)
• Strategic Plan for Adult Viral Hepatitis
• Electronic lab reporting for smaller, low volume labs
• Electronic Case Reporting
• CAPHLD Workgroup Report on PH Lab Modernization Guidelines (late 2018)
• TB Elimination and TB infection reporting: cost of a system if reportable


CCLHO Communicable Disease Control and Prevention Committee Co-Chairs
Erica Pan, MD, MPH, Alameda, and Barbara Cole, RN, PHN, MSN, Riverside

 
Affiliates 
 California Association of Communicable Disease Controllers (CACDC)
California Association of Public Health Laboratory Directors (CAPHLD)
California Sexually Transmitted Disease/HIV Controllers Association (CSTD/HIVCA)
California Tuberculosis Controllers Association (CTCA)
Directors of Public Health Nursing (DPHN)
Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California (MVCAC)

 
California Department of Public Health and Other State Department Staff
Karen Smith, MD, MPH, Director and State Public Health Officer
Susan Fanelli, Chief Deputy Director, Policy & Programs
Gil Chavez, MD, MPH, Deputy Director, Center for Infectious Diseases
Monica Wagoner, Deputy Director, Legislative and Governmental Affairs
Paul Kimsey, PhD, State Public Health Laboratory Director
James Watt, MD. MPH, Division Chief, Division of Communicable Disease Control
Karen Mark, MD, MPH, Chief, Office of AIDS
Rick Kreutzer, MD, MPH, Division Chief, Division of Environmental and Occupational Disease Control
Heidi Bauer, MD, MPH, Chief, STD Control Branch
Duc J. Vugia, MD, MPH, Chief, Infectious Disease Branch
Jennifer Flood, MD, MPH, Chief, Tuberculosis Control Branch
Sarah Royce, MD, MPH, Chief, Immunization Branch
Katya Ledin, PhD, Chief, Infectious Diseases Laboratory Branch
Lynn Janssen, Chief, Healthcare Associated Infections Program
Juan Ruiz, MD, MPH, Dr.PH, Chief, Communicable Disease Emergency Response Program
Vicki Kramer, PhD, Chief, Vector-Borne Disease Section
Curtis Fritz, DVM, State Public Health Veterinarian, Veterinary Public Health Section
Janet Mohle-Boetani, MD, MPH, Deputy Medical Executive, CA Correctional Health Care Services

Other Stakeholders
Kat DeBurgh, MPH, Health Officers Association of California

NOTICES
Please note that in accordance with the Bagley-Keene Open Meetings Act, this meeting is open to the public. The order of consideration of matters on this agenda may be changed without prior notice.  While CCLHO intends to webcast this meeting, it may not be possible to webcast the entire meeting due to limitations on resources.

The public shall be given the opportunity to address each listed agenda item before or during discussion or consideration by CCLHO members and prior to CCLHO members taking any action on said item.  Members of the public will be provided appropriate opportunities to comment on any issue before CCLHO, but the CCLHO President may, at his or her discretion, apportion available time among those who wish to speak.  Individuals may appear before CCLHO to discuss items not on the agenda; however, CCLHO can neither discuss nor take official action on these items at the time of the same meeting. (Government Code sections 11125, 11125.7)
 
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
For individuals with disabilities, CDPH will provide assistive services such as sign-language interpretation, real-time captioning, note takers, reading or writing assistance, and conversion of training or meeting materials into Braille, large print, audiocassette, or computer disk. To request such services or copies in an alternate format, please call or write:

Office of Compliance - Civil Rights Unit
1300 17th Street, MS 0504
PO Box 997377
Sacramento, CA  95899-7377
916-445-0938
CivilRights@cdph.ca.gov

​​California Relay 711/1-800-735-2929

Note: Providing your request at least five (5) business days before the meeting will help to ensure availability of the requested accomodation.

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