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1 Consortium 2009 Annual Report

2 Consortium for Health Care Professions MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Consortium for Health Care Professions is to bring together hospital leaders in the greater Louisville area to identify recruitment, training, and retention strategies for their prospective and current employees in the areas of nursing and health science professionals. The Consortium will partner with educational systems. The Consortium will establish any/all required financial obligations for Consortium membership.

3 Consortium 2008 Board of Directors David Gray, Chair - Hardin Memorial Hospital Tom Gessel, Chair Elect - Sts. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital John Harryman, Norton Suburban Hospital John Hollinsworth, Ten Broeck Hospital Susan Stout Tamme, Baptist East Hospital Michael Collins, Jewish Hospital Shelbyville Gary Bensing, U of L Hospital Wayne Pfeffer, VA Medical Center April Myers, Kindred Hospital Dennis Johnson, Baptist Northeast Hospital

4 Consortium Leadership 2008 Board - David Gray - Hardin Memorial Hospital CNO/Dean Committee –Heather Cote – Norton Suburban Hospital Recruitment & Retention Committee - Tiff Howell, Norton Healthcare and Sean Davenport, Ten Broeck Hospital

5 CNO/Dean Committee Heather Cote – Norton Suburban (Chair) Jeanette Griffin – Hardin Memorial Mickie Opalecky – Sts. Mary & Elizabeth Karen Newman – Baptist East Cheryl Fugatte – Jewish Jane Carmody – Norton Audubon Donna Meador – Jewish Shelbyville Mary Jane Adams – U of L Hospital Pat Bentz – Kindred Healthcare Maureen Capalbo – Norton Hospital Tracy Williams/Kim Maffet – Norton Healthcare Teresa Stroud – Norton Brownsboro John Bisig/Larry Koebel – Ten Broeck Michelle Spurlock - Our Lady of Peace Lynn Rigon – Baptist Northeast Hospital Pamala Thompson - VAMC Kathy Neuner – Clark Memorial Jerri Quillman – Floyd Memorial Ruth Donahue – Harrison County Hospital Charlotte Beason – Kentucky Board of Nursing Audria Denker/Joan Frey - Galen Carolyn O’Daniel/Debbie White – JCTC Sue Davis – Bellarmine Ann Obergfell/Bob Wade – St. Catharine Carol Bence/Jeff Stone – Indiana Wesleyan Marcia Hern – U of L Marian McKay – IUS Susan Mudd – ECTC Robert VonKanel – Ivy Tech MaryAnn Thompson – McKendree Jane Younger – Spencerian Betty Olinger – KY State University

6 CNO/Dean Committee Accomplishments Provided feedback to the KBN re: pre-graduation 120 hour requirement Provided feedback to the KBN re: post- graduation 120 hour requirement Ongoing clinical practicum site discussions Evaluated clinical placement software Informatics Educational Offering

7 CNO/Dean Committee 2009 Initiatives Monitor employee relations & track trends Monitor health care related legislation and issues Collaborate on mutual needs & solutions Collaborate on educational offerings Collaborate on increasing nurse education capacity

8 Recruitment & Retention Committee Tiff Howell – Norton Healthcare (Co-Chair) Sean Davenport – Ten Broeck (Co-Chair) Cindy Price – Jewish (Chair- Elect) Brenda Martin – Baptist Northeast Judy Stephens/Ann Kelley – Hardin Memorial Jamie Rogers/Melissa Payton– Baptist East Dabney McCauley/Angela Dutton - VAMC Terri Montgomery/Toni Haysley – U of L Hospital Jackie Beard/Debra Rayman/ Jason Coffey – Norton Healthcare Christina Taylor – Ten Broeck Angie Phelps-Sells – Harrison County Hospital Jennifer Pardon – Floyd Memorial Linda Neal – GLI/JCPS Sam Mannino - GLI Audria Denker - Galen Karen Golemboski – Bellarmine Linda Blair – Spencerian Patricia Bentz/Lisa Irvin – Kindred Healthcare

9 Recruitment/ Retention Committee Accomplishments Maintained the Database for Educational Facility Loan/Scholarship Information Continued monitoring/reporting on the Employment Verification Program Continued collaboration with JCPS for health career presentations Distributed multi-career brochures Attended Health Occupations Student Association (HOSA) event

10 Recruitment/ Retention Committee Accomplishments Maintained Junior Achievement Exchange City Booth Held Nursing Assistant Recognition Event Created a National Nurses Week Courier Journal Ad

11 Recruitment/ Retention Committee 2009 Initiatives Evaluate age-related retention programs Evaluate nurse refresher courses Update & expand the Consortium website Develop educational offerings Collaborate with other workforce related agencies Evaluate grant re-application to Bluegrass State Skills Corporation

12 Workforce Survey Data Registered Nurse Vacancy Rates PositionCurrent Employees VacanciesCurrent Emp. Ages 55+ Projected Staff Increase CCRN150 (0%)3 (0%)1 (0%) M/S RNs (10%)337 (24%)58 (4%) ED RNs32830 (9%) 33 (10%) ICU/CCU RNs91449 (5%)133 (15%)157 (17%) OR/PACU RNs88232 (4%)277 (31%)52 (6%) L&D RNs45528 (6%)58 (13%)16 (4%) Ped RNs51218 (4%)77 (15%)100 (20%) Psych RNs18637(20%)98 (53%)10 (5%) Other RNs89793 (10%)224 (25%)12 (1%) Overall RNs (8%)1237 (22%)439 (8%)

13 Workforce Survey Data LPNs & Allied Health Vacancy Rates PositionCurrent Employees VacanciesCurrent Emp. Ages 55+ Projected Staff Increase LPNs40124 (6%)80(20%)4 (0%) ED Techs13818 (13%)8 (6%)4 (3%) Nurse Assist./Techs (13%)182 (12%)14(1%) Surgical Techs24513 (5%)41 (17%)0 (0%) Reg. Pharmacists18116(9%)39 (22%)10 (5%) Pharm Techs22410 (4%)26(12%)1(0%) Resp. Therapists32219 (6%)66 (20%)7 (2%) Mammo Techs372 (5%)9 (24%)0(0%) Imaging Techs2133 (1%)18 (9%)6 (3%)

14 Workforce Survey Data LPNs & Allied Health Vacancy Rates PositionCurrent Employees VacanciesCurrent Emp. Ages 55+ Projected Staff Increase Nuc Med Techs300 (0%)7 (23%)0 (0%) MRI Techs497 (14%)8 (16%)1(2%) Ultrasound Techs4411(25%)3 (7%)2 (5%) CT Techs773 (4%)9(12%)0 (0%) CV Techs (Echo)321 (3%)5 (16%)0(0%) EEG Techs123 (25%)11(92%)0 (0%) Physical Therapists16212 (7%)13 (8%)3 (2%) PT Assistants675 (7%) 1(2%) Occ Therapist754(5%) 0 (0%)

15 Workforce Survey Data LPNs & Allied Health Vacancy Rates PositionCurrent Employees VacanciesCurrent Emp. Ages 55+ Projected Staff Increase Speech Therapists494 (8%) 1 (2%) MLTs28815 (5%)55 (19%)4 (1%) Med Techs803 (4%)9(11%)0 (0%) Monitor Techs602 (3%)15 (25%)2 (3%) Coders472 (4%)10 (21%)1 (2%) Reg. Dietitians310 (0%)7 (23%)0 (0%) Unit Secretaries61535 (6%)75 (12%)0 (0%) Phlebotomists19621 (11%)19 (10%)2 (1%)

16 Workforce Survey Data Recruitment and Retention Expenses Of the 16 reporting Consortium facilities: Two are in rural areas and 14 are in urban areas 3 of 16 pay sign-on bonus 15 of 16 pay a referral bonus 8 of 16 pay educational loan forgiveness 11 of 16 pay weekend staffing programs 11 of 16 use agency staff 5 of 16 pay a specialty differential

17 Metro Louisville RN Graduates YearBSNADNTotal

18 Workforce Survey Data RN Turnover Rates Metro Louisville14%13%14%15%17% Statewide13% 14%

19 Workforce Survey Data All Employee Turnover Rates Metro Louisville15%16%17%15% Statewide15%14%15%14%

20 Academic Year 2008 Graduates Baccalaureate Degree Programs Bellarmine University (77) 113 Spalding University (67) 88 University of Louisville (215) 226 (last year - 359) Totals 427 Associate Degree Programs Elizabethtown C&TC (50) 65 Galen College of Nursing (202) 252 Jefferson C&TC (154) 182 Spencerian College (54) 70 St. Catharine College (17) 0 (last year - 477) Totals 569

21 Consortium 2009 Initiatives Assess possible grant opportunities Collaborate with the KBN Develop an assessment tool to accurately project MetroLouisville’s nursing and allied health workforce needs Address clinical placement/preceptor issues Continue partnership with area nursing schools


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