Advisory Council July 2018 Meeting Presentation: 2018 Recommendations Next Steps

07/30/2018

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON ALZHEIMER'S RESEARCH, CARE, AND SERVICES

Friday, July 30, 2018

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Dissemination and Next Steps for 2018 Recommendations

Laura N. Gitlin, Rohini Khillan

Who currently receives recommendations:

  • The Secretary
  • Members of Congress
    • Speaker, VP, Members who have expressed past support or interest, Chair and Ranking Members of relevant subcommittees
      • Senate Special Committee on Aging
      • Senate HELP Committee
      • Senate Finance
      • Senate Appropriations
      • House Appropriations
      • House Energy and Commerce
      • House Ways and Means
  • Anyone on the NAPA Listserv

Who else should be targeted?

  • Particular organizations or listservs
  • Personal or specified messaging
  • Role of members in getting to those groups

Messaging

  • Do we want to modify how the recs look based on who we are sending them too?
    • Modifying length
    • Modifying emphasis
  • If there will be specific messaging, should we also suggest how we want them to use the recommendations?
  • Should we request "action plans" from everyone about actionable steps they plan to take?
    • Develop a plan in your particular context and share with us

Working Group?

  • Group of non-federal members to think through dissemination of recommendations and any other products that come out of NAPA
  • Develop executive summary
  • Ordering the recommendations based on theme or driver diagram?
  • Identify and setup visits with Congress
  • Make sure that the wide variety of viewpoints represented on the Council are shared with stakeholders
  • "Other duties as assigned"

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