Medical Care Development, Inc. (MCD)

Improving the Health and Well Being of People

aka Medical Care Development International (MCDI); Medical Care Development Public Health (MCDPH)   |   Augusta, ME   |  www.mcd.org

Mission

MCD’s mission is to improve the health and wellbeing of people worldwide through enduring, high quality, cost‐effective and universally accessible solutions

Ruling year info

1966

President & CEO

Dr. Christopher Schwabe

Main address

Medical Care Development, Inc. 11 Parkwood Drive

Augusta, ME 04330 USA

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EIN

01-6022787

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Public Health Program (E70)

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Programs and results

What we aim to solve

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

Medical Care Development Inc. (MCD) is a global public health non-profit organization established in 1966 to address health problems of vulnerable and underserved populations in Maine. MCD later expanded to address public needs across the US through its domestic public health Division (MCDPH), and starting in 1977 it started addressing public health problems in developing countries around the world through its international Division (MCDI). The health problems that MCD works to address here in Maine, across the US and around the world, include chronic, non-communicable diseases such as cardio-vascular disease, diabetes, breast cancer, cervical cancer and colorectal cancer, asthma, nutritional deficiencies, obesity and eating disorders, mental health and substance use disorders, and infectious diseases such as malaria, Zika, HIV/AIDS, TB, diarrheal diseases, vaccine-preventable diseases, neglected tropical diseases, respiratory diseases, influenza, and coronaviruses such as COVID-19.

Our programs

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

What are the organization's current programs, how do they measure success, and who do the programs serve?

MCDI - Malaria Elimination and Control

Project: Bioko Island Malaria Elimination Project (BIMEP) 1 January 2019 – 31 December 2023

Description: Malaria elimination on Bioko Island

Donors: Public Private Partnership: Marathon oil, Noble Energy, Atlantic Methanol, GEPetrol, Sonagas and the Government of Equatorial Guinea

MCDI Technical Partners: Sanaria, Swiss TPH, Ifakara Health Institute, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM), Texas A&M University, and George Mason University

Goal: To eliminate transmission of P. falciparum malaria on Bioko Island

Objectives:
To ensure universal high quality early diagnosis and treatment of malaria
To ensure universal coverage of Long-Lasting Insecticide-Treated Net
To establish robust malaria surveillance and response system
To strengthen the Equatorial Guinea health system through a continued transfer of capacities
To develop a regional public health reference laboratory for malaria and other diseases

Project Geography & Scope:
Small volcanic Island about 2,000km
Main Island of Equatorial Guinea with a population of ~335,000 (306 communities)
5 hospitals, 24 health centers/posts and NMCP
BIMEP Operation sites:
Caracolas Maine Offices
Banay Laboratory Research Center
3 Clinical Research Center, Rotunda Arab, Basupu Health Center and Buena Esperanza2
3 Vector control satellite field office

Population Served: Entire population of Bioko Isalnd (~335,000)

Population(s) Served
Adults

Project: Bioko Island Malaria Vaccine Initiative
January 2019– 31 December 2023s

Goal: To develop a highly efficacy and innovative malaria vaccine Sanaria Inc. whole Plasmodium falciparum (Pf) sporozoite (SPZ)-based Vaccine)

Donors: Public Private Partnership -Marathon oil, Noble Energy, Atlantic Methanol, GEPetrol, Sonagas and the Government of Equatorial Guinea

MCDI Technical Partners: Sanaria, Swiss TPH, Ifakara Health Institute, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM), Texas A&M University, and George Mason University

Populations Served: Entire population of Bioko Island (~335,000)

Geographical Areas: Equatorial Guinea/Bioko Island

Population(s) Served
Adults

Project: Global Sanitation Fund (GSF) – Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC), Madagascar
March, 2010-December 2020
Benin: February 2015-December 2020

Description: Work with 30 local NGOs as sub-grantees to develop local leadership to achieve universal coverage in sanitation and hygiene.

Donor: Global Sanitation Fund (GSF) – Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC)

Major strategies and Activities:
Community-led total sanitation (CLTS): Triggering communities, post-triggering, monitoring, ODF assessment and certification, post-ODF monitoring and sustainability,
Sanitation marketing, village loan and savings associations (VSLA)
Strengthening of sanitation and hygiene local governance
Menstrual Hygiene Management
Behavior Change Communication
Addressing equity, gender and non discrimination in WASH
Policy reforms and institutional strengthening of the WASH sector

Population Served: 12,693,013 million people

Geographical Areas/Geographical Scope: 19 of 22 Regions in Madagascar and 04 of the 12 Departments in Benin

Population(s) Served
Adults

Project: Private Sector Health Partnership Activity (PSHPA), Benin
June 2018-June 2023

Description: MCDI is the technical lead on quality assurance and sign-up/registration of private health providers on this project. MCDI also plays a key role in the area of pharmaceutical supply chain and marketing

Project goal: Strengthen Beninese capacity to effectively manage the provision of reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health services and increase their use, by strengthening private sector.

Donor: USAID – Abt. Associates is Prime, MCDI is a subcontractor, as are EnCompass and IQVIA

Major Strategies and Activities:
Expanding the volume of quality, high-impact RMNCH services delivered by private sector providers
Increasing availability of affordable, quality health products through private sector channels
Strengthening public-private engagement to promote universal RMNCH outcomes
Developing innovative, successful, private sector models are identified, tested, and applied

Population Served: 11.5 million people

Geographic Areas: 4 Health departments in Benin

Population(s) Served
Adults

Project: Noble Energy - COVID-19 Response in EG
May 2020-December 2021

Description: Funded by Noble Energy
MCDI provides Covid-19 preparedness and response support to assist Noble with its worker health and safety in Equatorial Guinea

Project Goal:
Ensure that oil and gas companies comply with duty-of-care for their staff and ensure optimal health care to those who test positive for COVID-19, to ensure that essential oil sector and drilling operations continue during the epidemic peak.

Major Strategies and Activities:

Advise decision-makers on evidence-based preparedness, testing, and protocol development to ensure a COVID-free work environment;
Implement and manage quarantine space that meets all national and international protocols and reporting standards;
Implement and manage isolation/treatment sites for energy companies’ workers who test positive for COVID-19 in state-of-the-art facilities that meet all national and international protocols, monitoring, and reporting standards;
Provide confirmatory testing of energy sector workers prior to their arrival at drilling platforms;
Coordinate medical care at COVID-19 isolation/treatment sites via telemedicine and provision of onsite health professionals, increasing local capacity to monitor patients and reducing burnout of limited health care workers; assist medical evacuation of severe Covid-19 cases;
Medical incident management and logistical support.

Population Served: 500-700 energy sector staff

Geographic Area: Bioko Island Equatorial Guinea

Population(s) Served
Adults

Healthy Lincoln County (HLC), a program of MCD Public Health, supports thriving, healthy communities in Lincoln County Maine, by working with our partners to improve the health and well-being of our residents-from the youngest members of our communities to our seniors. HLC focus areas include: substance use and misuse prevention, nutrition education, and food security interventions.

HLC delivers the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program – Education (SNAP-Ed) throughout Lincoln County Maine. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-Education (SNAP-Ed) is a federally funded program that supports evidence-based nutrition education and obesity prevention interventions for individuals eligible for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). As directed through the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010, SNAP-Ed embraces comprehensive complementary direct education, community and public health approaches, and multi-level interventions.

Healthy Lincoln County also carries out work on Tobacco Policy and Environmental Change (prevention with retailers and youth), SmokeFree Environments (providing education on Maine laws, cigarette awareness), Substance Use and Misuse Prevention (community awareness, risk reduction, life skills, marijuana use education, underage drinking, reduction of access to prescription drugs, school policy best practice standards, and drug free communities). One of Healthy Lincoln County’s focuses is on a community coalition known as the Substance Use Prevention Partnership (SUPP). The SUPP is comprised of many collaborators including local law enforcement, media sources, individuals from faith-based organizations, school systems, and leaders from youth serving agencies. However, it could be argued that the most influential folks on the coalition are the youth themselves.

Population(s) Served
Children and youth
Economically disadvantaged people

MCD Public Health is the home to The Northeast Telehealth Resource Center (NETRC). NETRC is one of 14 telehealth resource centers (TRCs) funded by the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy (FORHP) under the Health Resources and Services Administration’s (HRSA) Office for Advancement of Telehealth whose mission is to increase access to quality health care services for rural and medically underserved populations.

The NETRC serves a broad spectrum of partners and stakeholders throughout its eight-state region, including health systems, hospitals, federally qualified health centers, individual programs and providers, colleges, universities and academic medical centers, policy makers, state agencies and programs and more. NETRC is dedicated to providing technical assistance to every program, health facility, or providers pursuing telehealth.

NETRC services include: technology needs assessment, strategic and/or business planning, exploration of grant funding, identification of partners and collaborators, design and implementation of clinical and administrative protocols and workflows, understanding reimbursement for telehealth services, selection and use of various telehealth technologies, identification of telehealth laws and regulations, program evaluation, integration of telehealth into health system reform initiatives, HIT and telecommunications infrastructure, implementing Project ECHO, and more.

In April 2020, MCDPH and NETRC received the Coronavirus Telehealth Resources Center grant as part of an $11.5 million overall grant under the CARES Act to the 14 Telehealth Resource Centers (TRCs) across the US to combat COVID-19. Through NETRC, and now with the added Coronavirus Telehealth Resources Center grant, MCDPH and partners are able to respond to the massive increase in need for telehealth training and technical assistance, helping thousands of health care providers and systems across the Northeast and beyond to rapidly implement and expand the scope of telehealth services in order to meet the health needs of communities in ways that reinforce social distancing requirements, while ensuring continuity of care and emergency response.

Population(s) Served
Adults

MCD Public Health provides virtual and in-person training and technical assistance to community-based organizations, hospitals, health systems, community clinics, community health workers, and numerous national and state public health programs across the United States. MCD Public Health’s online trainings cover topics in non-communicable diseases including hypertension, cholesterol, diabetes, asthma, breast, cervical and colorectal cancer, telehealth and stroke systems of care. All training platforms are available 24/7 On-Demand, self-paced, with video demonstrations, interactive features, and test questions integrated into each module. Downloadable handouts, resources, and helpful links are embedded throughout the training. Trainings are available in English and Spanish for a wide range of users MCDPH contracts with various organizations and health departments to design training platforms develop curriculum in various content areas and languages, provide customer service, and evaluation and utilization reporting. Our longstanding partnership with the American Public Health Association’s Center for Professional Development allows us to offer nationally recognized Continuing Medical Education (CME) or Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) Credits for all the Detection and Management of High Blood Pressure trainings whether in-person or via our online e-training portal.
In May 2020, MCDPH launched the Community Health Worker COVID-19 eTraining module offered in English, Spanish, French and Arabic. MCDPH wants to ensure all communities across the United States including those facing significant health inequities have the resources to protect themselves and stop the spread and devastating impact of COVID-19. Community health workers (CHWs) are essential public health professionals and need trustworthy and culturally appropriate COVID-19 information and tools.
MCDPH's comprehensive interactive CHW COVID-19 eTraining module covers crucial topics for CHWs including:
• Various roles CHWs can take in combating the spread of the coronavirus
• How to talk with community members about COIVD-19
• Disease spread and how to prepare and protect themselves, their family and their homes
• Common symptoms, testing options and how to safely connect clients to health care services
• Steps to take when sick and caring for someone who is sick
• Myths, facts and reducing COVID-19 stigma
• Managing stress, anxiety and how to practice self-care
The CHW COVID-19 eTraining module is the most recent module in MCD's online Community Health Worker Online Training Program. This eTraining platform has served over 8000 users from health departments, health provider systems, and community-based organizations in more than 50 states and 33 countries. Other modules in the Community Health Worker Online Training Program cover chronic disease management including high blood pressure, pre-diabetes, diabetes, cholesterol, asthma, breast cancer, cervical cancer and colorectal cancer. All content is offered both in English and Spanish. Participants receive certificates of completion.

Population(s) Served
Adults
Academics

WellStarME is a customized, mobile-ready, wellness platform developed for a large employer in the state of Maine. MCDPH developed this web-based system with end-user ease in mind, taking them through a simple registration process, initial health screening (HRA), various other requirements, including onsite health screenings that are fed into the WellStarME database by wellness providers in the field. Over the past five years, the platform has evolved to include a focused wellness questionnaire leading to an individualized wellness scorecard outlining present health status and conditions, as well as risks for other medical conditions.

The “My Health” wellness section allows individuals to select one of three options: “My Numbers” which captures individual biometric data including total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood sugar, “My Vision” or “My Dental.” Throughout the course of this program, more than 17,000 individuals have registered on the wellness platform, where they enter their “My Health” information, become more aware of their health risks and are informed of the health and wellness benefits available to them. The program also offers a personalized Health and Wellness Navigator to support individuals on their wellness journeys. In 2020, 2,529 members received flu vaccinations at onsite clinics; 95 health screenings events were completed; 2,544 members received health screenings; employee satisfaction rating was 10 out of 10, and over 1,200 participants participated in the new Health Navigation program.

Population(s) Served
Adults
People with diseases and illnesses

MCD Public Health is giving early care and education providers the tools to help children get a healthy start to their lives. MCDPH is providing expert training, technical assistance, resources, and funding to organizations providing early care and education in Maine. This initiative seeks to integrate healthy eating and physical activity best practices into broader state systems. Healthy Kids Healthy Future (HKHF) is a partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s Division of Disease Prevention, Chronic Disease Prevention and Control Program, and Nemours Children’s Health System. Strategies include: encourage and support providers making positive changes in their programs to help children develop healthy habit. Recognizes providers who meet best practices in five healthy goal areas. Development of Five Year Strategic Plan to support and implement healthy eating and physical activity best practices into Maine’s child care licensing rules, Quality Rating Improvement System, and in ECE provider programs. Support early care and education providers to make healthy changes in their programs. Creation of a technical assistance network in Maine to help Early Care and Education (ECE) providers make healthy changes.

Population(s) Served
Infants and toddlers
Caregivers

Where we work

Accreditations

Category A Member - National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI) 2018

Awards

U.S. State Department's P3 Impact Award 2019

U.S. State Department

Our results

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

How does this organization measure their results? It's a hard question but an important one.

1. Telehealth Technical Assistance: Number of health care organizations provided technical assistance to enhance telehealth service provision

This metric is no longer tracked.
Totals By Year
Type of Metric

Output - describing our activities and reach

Direction of Success

Increasing

Context Notes

MCD is the home of the Northeast Telehealth Resource Center (NETRC) funded by the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration. NETRC serves the six New England states, New Jersey and New York

2. Telehealth Technical Assistance: Number of Telehealth Technical Assistance Responses

This metric is no longer tracked.
Totals By Year
Type of Metric

Output - describing our activities and reach

Direction of Success

Increasing

Context Notes

MCD is the home of the Northeast Telehealth Resource Center (NETRC) funded by the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration. NETRC serves the six New England states, New Jersey and New York

3. Telehealth Technical Assistance: Number of national and regional telehealth outreach events conducted

This metric is no longer tracked.
Totals By Year
Type of Metric

Output - describing our activities and reach

Direction of Success

Increasing

Context Notes

MCD is the home of the Northeast Telehealth Resource Center (NETRC) funded by the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration. NETRC serves the six New England states, New Jersey and New York

4. On-line Public Health Workforce Development: Number of users registered on MCD’s on-line Global Education and Training Center

This metric is no longer tracked.
Totals By Year
Type of Metric

Output - describing our activities and reach

Direction of Success

Increasing

Context Notes

MCD offers on-line training for public health professionals in the management of chronic and infectious diseases through its Global Education and Training Center at https://gettac.mcd.org/

5. On-line Public Health Workforce Development: Number of licensed users who completed chronic disease management training modules

This metric is no longer tracked.
Totals By Year
Type of Metric

Output - describing our activities and reach

Direction of Success

Increasing

Context Notes

MCD offers on-line training for public health professionals in the management of chronic and infectious diseases through its Global Education and Training Center at https://gettac.mcd.org/

6. On-line Worksite Wellness: Number of State of Maine employees and dependents enrolled on MCD’s on-line WellStarME worksite wellness platform

This metric is no longer tracked.
Totals By Year
Type of Metric

Output - describing our activities and reach

Direction of Success

Increasing

Context Notes

MCD developed and administers an on-line worksite health and wellness platform, WellStarME, for the State of Maine's over 26,000 employees, ancillary staff, non-Medicare retirees, and dependents.

8. MCD’s Healthy Lincoln County Program: Number of food insecure children served with free nutritious meals

This metric is no longer tracked.
Totals By Year
Type of Metric

Output - describing our activities and reach

Direction of Success

Holding steady

Context Notes

MCD's Healthy Lincoln Country program in Lincoln County, Maine, improves public health through substance use prevention, nutrition education, and food insecurity interventions.

9. MCD’s Healthy Lincoln County Program: Number of pounds of fresh produce rescued and distributed by volunteer gleaners to food insecure families

This metric is no longer tracked.
Totals By Year
Type of Metric

Output - describing our activities and reach

Direction of Success

Increasing

Context Notes

MCD's Healthy Lincoln Country program in Lincoln County, Maine, improves public health through substance use prevention, nutrition education, and food insecurity interventions.

15. Malaria Control and Prevention: Percentage of inhabited houses for which the inner walls were sprayed with a long lasting insecticide

This metric is no longer tracked.
Totals By Year
Type of Metric

Outcome - describing the effects on people or issues

Direction of Success

Holding steady

Context Notes

MCDI is the lead organization supporting the Bioko Island Malaria Elimination Project (BIMEP), which seeks to eliminate malaria from Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

16. Malaria Control and Prevention: Percentage of households with at least one long lasting insecticidal bed net

This metric is no longer tracked.
Totals By Year
Type of Metric

Outcome - describing the effects on people or issues

Direction of Success

Increasing

Context Notes

MCDI is the lead organization for the Bioko Island Malaria Elimination Project (BIMEP). A mass bed net distribution campaign was undertaken in 2018.

18. HIV/AIDS: Number of master trainers trained in HIV/AIDS prevention, testing and counseling

This metric is no longer tracked.
Totals By Year
Type of Metric

Output - describing our activities and reach

Direction of Success

Holding steady

Context Notes

MCDI is the lead organization for the US Department of Defense HIV/AIDS Prevention Program (DHAPP) funded program in Gabon, Sao Tome and Principe

19. Sanitation and Hygiene: Number of communities certified as open defecations free

This metric is no longer tracked.
Totals By Year
Type of Metric

Output - describing our activities and reach

Direction of Success

Increasing

Context Notes

MCDI is the executing agency for the Global Sanitation Fund funded Madagascar Sanitation Support Fund (FAA) and the Benin Improved Access and Hygiene Practices in Rural Areas (PAPHyR) projects.

20. Sanitation and Hygiene: Number of health facilities with access to improved sanitation and handwashing facilities

This metric is no longer tracked.
Totals By Year
Type of Metric

Output - describing our activities and reach

Direction of Success

Increasing

Context Notes

MCDI is the executing agency for the Global Sanitation Fund funded Madagascar Sanitation Support Fund (FAA) and the Benin Improved Access and Hygiene Practices in Rural Areas (PAPHyR) projects.

Our Sustainable Development Goals

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Goals & Strategy

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Charting impact

Four powerful questions that require reflection about what really matters - results.

MCD envisions a world in which all people have universal access to high-quality, affordable, and enduring solutions to improve and maintain their health and well-being. To help achieve this vision, MCD aspires to be a leader, innovator, and trusted partner in the design, implementation, and assessment of high-quality, enduring programs in public health intended to improve the health and wellbeing of people worldwide. MCD seeks to leverage its global presence to promote and develop cost-effective cross-national One Health solutions to the increasingly global nature of public health.

To help improve the health and wellbeing of people worldwide, and in particular those who are the most vulnerable and underserved, MCD collaborates and partners with communities, local stakeholders, other public health and civil society organizations, government agencies, the private sector, and donors in Maine, around the US and in over 50 countries overseas. Through these collaborations and partnerships MCD works to strengthen public health and health care systems, and to assist in designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating public health and health care programs, policies and systems. These include strategies for (1) the prevention, control and management of chronic and infectious diseases, (2) maternal, neonatal and child health, (3) community health and wellness, (4) worksite health and wellness, and (5) water, sanitation and hygiene. Through collaboration and partnerships with public and private stakeholders, MCD is able to leverage the synergies inherent in combining the unique perspectives, knowledge, skills and resources that they bring together to understanding the nature and scope of the health problems they address, and to developing high quality, data-informed, cost-effective, enduring, locally-driven and locally appropriate health solutions. MCD’s success in partnering with public and private partners to address global health challenges was recognized through its being awarded the 2019 P3 Impact Award by the US Department of State, Concordia and the Darden School of Management at the University of Virginia (https://www.mcd.org/articles/2019/20191121-CO). To reinforce its collaborative partnering approach, MCD offers technical expertise and extensive experience in public health, and a unique capability to develop and deploy information technology (IT) solutions, both of which are described in more detail in the answer to the following question.

Medical Care Development Inc. is a global public health organization that works through two program Divisions: its US domestic Public Health Division (MCDPH), and its International Division (MCDI). Through these two program Divisions, MCD is recognized as a leader, innovator, and trusted partner in the design, implementation, and assessment of high-quality, enduring programs in public health.

MCD Public Health (https://www.mcdph.org/) is a category “A” certified Public Health Institute and member of the National Network of Public Health Institutes (https://nnphi.org/), with over 50 years of experience advancing public health practice and making systematic improvements in population health in Maine and across the US.

Medical Care Development International (https://www.mcdinternational.org/) has over 40 years of experience working in over 50 countries to increase demand and access to quality health care and public health services, create enabling environments and develop local capacity to formulate policies, design and cost-effectively manage and sustain health services, emphasizing decision-making based on accurate reporting and analysis of data.

MCD specializes in (1) public health, (2) global health and international development, (3) infectious disease prevention, vector control, and diagnosis and treatment, focusing on malaria, Zika, HIV/AIDS,TB and NTDs (4) chronic disease management and control focusing on cardio-vascular disease, diabetes, breast cancer, cervical cancer, colorectal cancer, and asthma, (5) sanitation and hygiene, and community-led total sanitation, (6) substance use prevention, treatment, and recovery, (7) maternal, newborn, and child health and integrated community case management, (8) behavioral health including suicide prevention, (9) community health and wellness, (10) workforce development and quality improvement, (11) behavioral health communications and social behavioral change, (12) health policy and equity, and (13) health systems strengthening including accreditation, performance-based financing, health management information systems, and operations research.

MCD complements its expertise in these domains by developing and deploying IT solutions. These include telehealth (MCDPH is the home of the Northeast Telehealth Resource Center (NETRC), see https://www.netrc.org/), online learning through its Global eTraining and Technical Assistance Center (see GETTAC platform at https://gettac.mcd.org/), the deployment of the ECHO Model video-conference-based remote mentoring and workforce development technology (https://www.mcdph.org/echo), mobile health (mHealth) solutions such as MCD’s Campaign Information Management System (CIMS at http://cims-bioko.github.io/), telephonic support systems such as the Telephonic Diabetes Education and Support© system (https://www.mcdph.org/tdes), and the deployment of DHIS2 (https://www.dhis2.org/), the world’s largest health management information system platform.

MCD’s US domestic and international programs have had a substantial impact on the health and wellbeing of the vulnerable and underserved populations that the organization and its partners serve.

A few examples of MCDPH’s accomplishments in 2020 include:

• Provided training and technical assistance to 1,096 different health care organizations in New England, New York and New Jersey on implementing and/or expanding telehealth technologies during the COVID-19 pandemic - sustained over 300% increase in technical assistance responses throughout 2020. Conducted over 250 regional and national outreach events that reached over 22,000 people, and developed many new trainings, toolkits, and other resources to help stakeholders pivot quickly to telehealth.

• Provided worksite wellness for diabetes prevention, weight management, and blood pressure to over 17,000 members enrolled in its online WellStarME program.

• Provided certified training in the detection and management of high blood pressure to over 300 registered nurses, licensed practicing nurses, medical assistants and dental hygienists through its GETTAC online training platform.

• Served over 12,000 free, nutritious meals to children facing insecurity during the summer through its Health Lincoln County program, and coordinated gleaner volunteers to donate over 250 hours of their time to rescue and harvest over 9,000 pounds of fresh produce for distribution through community distribution sites.

A few examples of MCDI’s accomplishment in 2019 include:

• Reduced the rate of transmission of malaria by mosquitoes on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea, by 99%, reduced the prevalence of malaria infection in children 2-14 years old by 76%, and reduced all-cause mortality among children under 5, largely attributable to malaria, by 63% under the Bioko Island Malaria Project (BIMEP) funded by the Government of Equatorial Guinea, Marathon Oil, Noble Energy and Atlantic Methanol Company.

• Trained laboratory technicians in malaria parasite detection and parasite quantification in 14 African countries under the USAID/PMI-funded Impact Malaria project, in Guinea under the USAID-funded Stopalu+ project, and in Gabon under the Noble Energy-funded GMAC project.

• Trained community volunteers to do mosquito control and disease surveillance in high Zika transmission areas of Guatemala and El Salvador under the USAID-funded ZICORE project.

• Worked with over 21 thousand communities and their over 2.4 million inhabitants in Madagascar and over 5 thousand communities and their over 1 million inhabitants in Benin to eliminate open defecation and to certify their communities as open defecation free (ODF) under the GSF-funded FAA and PAPHyR projects respectively.

• Managed the successful implementation of a phase 2 clinical trial for a whole-sporozoite PfSPZ malaria vaccine candidate to evaluate its safety, tolerability and efficacy under the BIMEP project on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

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Medical Care Development, Inc. (MCD)

Board of directors
as of 10/18/2021
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Ms. Evelyn Kieltyka

Family Planning Association of Maine

Term: 2018 - 2022

Timothy Allen

Retired Senior Executive, International Health Care

Russell Barbour

Yale University

Anita Barry

Retired Physician

Patrick Kachur

Professor of Population and Family Health

Evelyn Kieltyka

Senior VP, Family Planning Association of Maine

Peter Macy

Board Member and Founder, ROCKBlue

Jennifer Morton

Associate Professor and Director, Dept of Nursing, UNE

Daniel Mullins

Director, Ramuboru Consulting

Helen Smits

Retired Physician and Hospital Administrator

Holly Stover

Executive Director, Lincoln County Dental Program and Program Director, Addiction Outreach, Boothbay Region Community Resource Council

Alexandra Warhol

Retired Corporate Executive

Board leadership practices

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  • Board orientation and education
    Does the board conduct a formal orientation for new board members and require all board members to sign a written agreement regarding their roles, responsibilities, and expectations? Yes
  • CEO oversight
    Has the board conducted a formal, written assessment of the chief executive within the past year ? Yes
  • Ethics and transparency
    Have the board and senior staff reviewed the conflict-of-interest policy and completed and signed disclosure statements in the past year? Yes
  • Board composition
    Does the board ensure an inclusive board member recruitment process that results in diversity of thought and leadership? Yes
  • Board performance
    Has the board conducted a formal, written self-assessment of its performance within the past three years? No

Organizational demographics

SOURCE: Self-reported; last updated 07/02/2021

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Leadership

The organization's leader identifies as:

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Male
Sexual orientation
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Disability status
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Race & ethnicity

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Disability

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