Cancer Plan Dashboard, 2016-2020

 

Welcome to the dashboard of the Michigan Cancer Plan! The dashboard was created in effort to display up-to-date information on all 36 objectives in the Plan. Click on each objective to see the most recent data.

 

The objectives are organized by the goal areas:

  • Prevent cancer from occurring
  • Promote early detection of cancer using tests that have been shown to reduce mortality
  • Diagnose and treat all patients using the most effective and appropriate methods
  • Optimize quality of life for every person affected by cancer

 

The four MCC priorities for 2016-2018 are highlighted within each goal area. The MCC Evaluation Committee is responsible for monitoring and updating the dashboard as data is available. Please note that not all data is released annually.

 

Four pillars span the Cancer plan and should be incorporated into the implementation of the strategies. These focus areas include:

1. Policy, Systems, and Environmental Changes

2. Healthy Equity

3. Partnerships

4. Evaluation

 

 


Last Updated on March 22, 2017

 

By 2020, reduce the proportion of adults and adolescents who currently smoke from 21.4% (adults) and 11.8% (adolescents) to 19.3% (adults) and 10.6% (adolescents).

 

Data source: Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Survey, Michigan Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System

By 2020, reduce use of smokeless tobacco products by adults and adolescents from 4.0% (adults) and 6.9% (adolescents) to 3.6% (adults) and 6.2% (adolescents).

 

Data source: Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Survey, Michigan Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System

By 2020, reduce the proportion of adults engaging in heaving drinking from 6.2% to 5.6%.

Data source: Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Survey

By 2020, reduce the proportion of adults and adolescents engaging in binge drinking from 18.9% (adults) and 16.7% (adolescents) to 17.0% (adults) and 15.0% (adolescents).

 

Data source: Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Survey, Michigan Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System

By 2020, increase the proportion of females and males ages 13-17 years who have completed the recommended series of HPV vaccine from 24.2% (females) and 7.4% (males) to 80% (females and males).

Data source: Michigan Care Improvement Registry.

By 2020, increase the proportion of adults who meet the objectives for aerobic physical activity and for muscle-strengthening activity from 19.5% to 21.5%.

Data source: Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Survey

By 2020, decrease the proportion of adolescents who were not physically active at least 60 minutes per day on all 7 days (doing any kind of physical activity that increased their heart rate and made them breathe hard some of the time during the 7 days before the survey) from 73.3% to 66%.

Data source: Michigan Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System

By 2020, increase the proportion of adults who report consuming fruits and vegetables 5 or more times per day from 15.3% to 16.8%.

Data source: Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Survey

By 2020, reduce the proportions of adults and adolescents who are obese from 31.5% (adults) and 13% (adolescents) to 30.5% (adults) and 11.7% (adolescents).

 

Data source: Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Survey, Michigan Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System

By 2020, increase the number of radon test results that are reported to the Michigan Department of Environment Quality Indoor Radon Program from 7,176 to 7,894.

Data source: Michigan Department of Environmental Quality

By 2020, increase the proportion of women with a family history of breast and/or ovarian cancer who receive genetic counseling from 8.8% to 9.7%.

Data source: Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Survey

12. Establish a baseline to assess the proportion of adolescents in grades 9-12 who follow protective measures that may reduce the risk of skin cancer using the Michigan Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS).

13. Increase the proportion of adolescents in grades 9-12 who follow protective measures that may reduce the risk of skin cancer to 11.2%.

Currenlty, no baseline exists. Objective #12 is intended to establish a baseline by 2017.

Data not yet available.

By 2020, reduce the mortality from lung cancer from 47.9 deaths per 100,000 to 43.1 deaths per 100,000.

Data source: Michigan Vital Records and Health Statistics

By 2020, increase the proportion of females age 50-74 who received a breast cancer screening (mammogram) in the past 2 years from 81% to 89.1%.

Data source: National Cancer Institute State Cancer Profile - Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Survey

By 2020, reduce the mortality rate from female breast cancer from 22.1 deaths per 100,000 females to 20.7 deaths per 100,000 females.

Data source: Michigan Vital Records and Health Statistics

By 2020, increase the proportion of females aged 21-65 who receive a cervical cancer screening (Pap test) in past 3 years from 86.2% to 94.8%.

Data source: National Cancer Institute State Cancer Profile - Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Survey

By 2020, decrease the mortality from cervical cancer from 2 deaths per 100,000 females to 1.8 deaths per 100,000 females.

Data source: Michigan Vital Records and Health Statistics

By 2020, increase the proportion of adults aged 50 to 75 years who are up-to-date on appropriate colorectal cancer screening from 71% to 80%.

Data source: Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Survey.

By 2020, reduce the mortality from colorectal cancer from 14.6 deaths per 100,000 to 13.1 deaths per 100,000.

Data source: Michigan Vital Records and Health Statistics

By 2020, increase percentage of Michigan adults participating in cancer treatment clinical trials from 4.4% to 4.8%.

Data source: Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Survey.

By 2020, increase percentage of Michigan residents with a personal history of breast or ovarian cancer that are offered appropriate genetic counseling from 3.6% (ovarian) and 3.3% (breast) to 4.0% and 3.6%.

 

Data source: Michigan Cancer Surveillance Program chart review data, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Cancer Genomics

By 2020, increase the percentage of newly diagnosed colorectal cancer patients who are screened for Lynch Syndrome from 2% to 2.2%.

Data source: Michigan Cancer Surveillance Program chart review data, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Cancer Genomics

By 2020, increase the number of hospital-based palliative care services in Michigan from 76 to 84.

Data source: Palliative Care Provider Directory

By 2020, increase quality cancer care through participation in accreditation and certification programs by increasing the number of Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI) certified practices from 16 to 24 and maintaining the number of American College of Surgeons approved cancer programs at 47 cancer centers.

 

Data source: American College of Surgeons, Michigan Oncology Quality Consortium

By 2020, decrease the percent of Michigan adults diagnosed with cancer who report current physical pain due to cancer treatment from 6.9% to 6.8%.

Data source: Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Survey

By 2020, decrease the number of Michigan adults over age 18 who have ever received a diagnosis of cancer who report poor physical health in the past 14-30 days from 20.2% to 19.8%.

Data source: Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Survey

By 2020, decrease the number of Michigan adults over age 18 who have ever received a diagnosis of cancer who report poor mental health in the past 14-30 days from 14.1% to 13.8%.

Data source: Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Survey

By 2020, increase the number of Michigan adults diagnosed with cancer reporting they were given a written summary of all the cancer treatment they received from 31.5% to 44.6%.

Data source: Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Survey

By 2020, increase the number of Michigan adults diagnosed with cancer who report they received instructions about where to return or who to see for routine cancer check-ups after completing treatment for cancer from 46.6% to 57.1%.

Data source: Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Survey.

Increase the number of MCC member organizations that report that they promote or provide services to help reduce barriers to care or coordinate care services. According to the 2014 annual survey, the baseline is 60 out of 94 MCC organizations. The target has not yet been determined.

Data not yet available

Data source: Michigan Cancer Consortium Annual Report

Increase the number of MCC member organizations who promote advance care planning to adult patients with an advanced cancer diagnosis. Baseline will be established through the 2015 annual survey.

Data not yet available

By 2020, maintain the percent of Michigan adult cancer patients receiving chemotherapy during the last two weeks of life at 6%.

Data source: Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care

By 2020, decrease the number of Michigan adult cancer patients who are enrolled in hospice within 3 days of their death from 14.3% to 14%.

Data source: Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care

By 2020, increase the number of Michigan adults who have ever been diagnosed with cancer who meet the objectives for aerobic physical activity and for muscle-strengthening activity, unless contraindicated by the cancer survivor's health care provider from 17.1% to 18.8%.

Data source: Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Survey

By 2020, increase the number of Michigan adults ever diagnosed with cancer who report consuming fruits and vegetables 5 or more times per day, unless contraindicated by the cancer survivor's health care provider from 16% to 17.6%.

Data source: Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Survey