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2 by: Gerald A. Doeksen, Regents Professor and Extension Economist Pamela S. Hartman, Extension Associate Cheryl F. St. Clair, Associate State Extension Specialist National Center for Rural Health Works Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Oklahoma State University (405) Mississippi Delta Project Mississippi Rural Hospital Improvement Project February 2010 The Economic Impact of the Health Sector on the Economy of St. James Parish, Louisiana

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4 What's the Economic Potential for Health Care in Your Community

5 Health Services Promote Job Growth

6 To attract business and industry, research indicates the area needs quality: Health services and Education services

7 To attract retirees, research indicates the area needs quality: Health services and Safety services

8 Overall objective: To measure the economic impact of the health sector on the economy of St. James Parish Specific objectives: 1.Review national health trend data; 2.Review demographic and economic data for St. James Parish and the State of Louisiana; 3.Summarize the direct economic activities of the health sector in St. James Parish; 4.Present concepts of community economics and multipliers; and 5.Estimate the economic impact of the health sector on St. James Parish.

9 Table 1 United States Health Expenditures and Employment Data ; Projected for 2015 & 2018 United States Data TotalPer CapitaHealth Ave. Yrly. YearHealth as %SectorIncrease in Expenditures of GDPEmployment ($Billions)($)(%) (000) (%) , %7,8144.8% 20001,352.94, %10,8583.9% 20021,602.45, %11,5363.1% 20051,982.56, %12,3142.1% 20082,338.77, %13,4694.0% Projections 20153, , % 20184, , %

10 National Gross Domestic Product National Health Care Expenditures Type of Health Service Health Services 16.2% All Other Services 83.8% $2.3 trillion Nursing Home Prescription Drugs Other Hospital Care Figure 1. National Health Expenditures as a Percent of Gross Domestic Product and by Health Service Type, 2008 Physician Services 31% 21% 6% 10% 32%

11 Table 2 Census Population, Population Estimates, and Percent Changes for St. James Parish Cities and Towns, St. James Parish, and the State of Louisiana CensusEstimates10 Years 8 Years '90-'00'00-'08 Gramercy town2,4123,0663, %6.1% Lutcher town3,9073,7353, %-7.3% Balance of Parish14,56014,41514, %0.7% St. James Parish20,87921,21621,2311.6%0.1% State of Louisiana4,219,9734,468,9764,410,7965.9%-1.3%

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13 Table 3 Population, Projected Population and Projected Percent Changes for St. James Parish and the State of Louisiana CensusProjected Population St. James Parish21,21622,31023,02023,770 State of Louisiana4,468,9764,683,0304,840,1404,991,410 Percent Change 10 Years15 Years20 Years '00-'10'00-'15'00-'20 St. James Parish21,2165.2%8.5%12.0% State of Louisiana4,468,9764.8%8.3%11.7%

14 Table 4a Employment and Payroll for Health Services and Total Parish Services for St. James Parish and the State of Louisiana Employment BasedHealthTotalHealth Services onServicesParishas a % of Total NAICS * Employment Parish EmploymentState Employment ,9666.4%14.6% ,7076.7%14.6% ,5606.5%14.7% ,3956.3%15.5% ,9777.3%15.8% ,4017.0%16.0% ,0137.7%16.4% ,6347.2%15.9% ,9037.6%15.7% % Change '99 - ' %-1.1%

15 Table 4b (Continued) Employment and Payroll for Health Services and Total Parish Services for St. James Parish and the State of Louisiana Payroll BasedHealth ServicesTotal ParishHealth Services onPayroll as a % of Total NAICS * ($1,000s) Parish PayrollState Payroll 19997,741210,5483.7%14.5% 20007,649212,5593.6%14.5% 20017,782216,8513.6%14.6% 20028,973220,0294.1%15.7% 20039,353193,7694.8%15.6% ,088227,8744.4%16.0% ,969295,9164.4%15.7% ,427301,2734.1%15.0% ,001338,9014.1%15.0% % Change '99 - ' %61.0%

16 Table 5 Direct Economic Activities of the Health Sector in St. James Parish, Louisiana Total Full- and Part-Total Payroll Time Employmentwith Benefits Hospital156$8,095,000 Physicians, Dentists & Other Medical Professionals82$5,037,687 Pharmacies/Durable Medical Equipment25$930,483 Other Health and Medical Services145$5,146,744 TOTALS408$19,209,914

17 Figure 2. Overview of County Economic System Households Industry Basic Goods & Services $ Labor Inputs Products Inputs $$ $ $ Services $$

18 Table 6 Impact of Health Sector Employment in St. James Parish, Louisiana Health SectorDirectSecondaryTotal ComponentImpactMultiplierImpact Hospitals Physicians, Dentists & Other Medical Professionals Pharmacies/DME Other Health & Medical Services TOTALS

19 Table 7a Economic Impact of the Health Sector Income in St. James Parish, Louisiana Health SectorDirect SecondaryTotal ComponentImpactMultiplierImpact Hospitals$8,095, $1,861,850 $9,956,850 Physicians, Dentists & Other Medical Professionals$5,037, $806,030 $5,843,717 Pharmacies/DME$930, $186,097 $1,116,580 Other Health & Medical Services$5,146, $1,286,686 $6,433,430 TOTALS$19,209,914$4,140,663$23,350,577

20 Table 7b (Continued) Economic Impact of the Health Sector Income in St. James Parish, Louisiana Health Sector Component Retail Sales One Cent Sales Tax Hospitals$1,045,469$10,455 Physicians, Dentists & Other Medical Professionals$613,590$6,136 Pharmacies/DME$117,241$1,172 Other Health & Medical Services$675,510$6,755 TOTALS$2,451,810$24,518

21 NEXT STEPS I. Community Health Engagement Process A. Where is the community now? B. Where does the community want to go? C. How will the community get there?

22 Community Health Engagement Process  Process takes days  Involves community input Objective: Get community involved to plan community health services. Goal: Local people use local services Local people identify new services Local people strongly supporting local medical services

23 Getting Started Initiating Group Community Health Engagement

24 Getting Started Community Facilitator Resource Team Steering Committee Initiating Group Community Health Engagement

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26 Getting Started Publicity Task Force Community Facilitator Resource Team Steering Committee Initiating Group Community Health Engagement

27 Getting Started Inventory Task Force Community Health Engagement Publicity Task Force Community Facilitator Resource Team Steering Committee Initiating Group

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29 Getting Started Community Health Engagement Inventory Task Force Survey Task Force Publicity Task Force Community Facilitator Resource Team Steering Committee Initiating Group

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31 Getting Started Community Health Engagement Inventory Task Force Survey Task Force Publicity Task Force Community Facilitator Resource Team Steering Committee Initiating Group Data & Info Task Force

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33 Community Health Engagement Process Getting Started Implement Action Plan Develop Plan Follow-Up & Continuation Inventory Task Force Survey Task Force Publicity Task Force Community Facilitator Resource Team Steering Committee Initiating Group Data & Info Task Force

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35 Community Feasibility Studies – BUDGETS Objective: Identify any that may aid the community in expanding health services Goal: If feasible, community decision if service will be implemented

36 Basic Methodology for Analyzing an Issue I. Estimate Needs II. Project Costs A.Capital or Start-Up Costs B.Annual Operating Costs III. Estimate Revenue IV. If Doesn't Break-Even, Other Source of Funds

37 Available Budget Studies Primary Care Physician OB/GYN Pediatrician EMS (Basic, Int., and Advanced) Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) Systems Outpatient Rehabilitation Adult Day Services Kidney Dialysis Assisted Living Facilities Community Health Centers Rural Health Clinics Specialty Physicians Others, as requested

38 Web Site: H W Rural Health Works R National Center for


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