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Charting A New Course In Healthcare Management
Presentation Introduction Key Management The Prime Healthcare Story About the Prime Healthcare Services Foundation Plan and Proposal for San Leandro Hospital
Management Expertise Prime has substantial experience in the acquisition, turnaround and management of community based hospitals. Prime’s Management Team is dedicated to the implementation of the highest standards in providing patient care. Brief Introduction to the Management Team and History of Prime’s Growth will illustrate our commitment to what San Leandro Hospital can expect.
Key Management Prem Reddy, M.D., FACC, FCCP – Chairman of the Board Lex Reddy, MBA, MHA, CEO Roger Krissman MBA, CFO Suzanne Richards, RN, VP Nursing and Clinical Affairs Allen Stefanek, MBA, VP - Operations Michael Sarrao, Esq, VP - General Counsel Radha Savitala – Asst. General Counsel Lloyd Wilensky, VP Health Plan Operations Pat Silvestri, Chief Facilities and Development Officer Gigi Douglass, Director, Clinical Laboratory Seetha Reddy, Director, Imaging Services Marie Falcis, Director, Performance Improvement Sreekant Gotti, Director, IT Services Lea Ann Rohdes, Director, Medical Staff Ann Abe, Director, Nutritional Services Ajith Kumar, Director, Reimbursement Mgmt. Ken Wheeler, Director, Patient Financial Services
Mission Statement Our mission is to provide comprehensive, quality healthcare in a compassionate, convenient, and cost-effective manner.
The Prime Healthcare Story
Prime at a Glance A diversified healthcare management company headquartered in Victorville, CA Charting a new course in hospital management that is Physician-driven and patient-focused Founded by Prem Reddy, MD, FACC, FCCP, a practicing cardiologist and healthcare entrepreneur
Putting New Life into California Hospitals Prime has a proven track record of acquiring financially distressed hospitals in California which serve a critical role in the communities in which they are based and turning them around. The hospitals include:
Desert Valley Hospital 83 bed acute care facility, built de novo in 1994 Awarded coveted “Accreditation with Commendation” from the Joint Commission, in its first year of operation AOA Accreditation with 99.5% (2004) and 99.8% (2005) of achievable scores
Setting the Standard for Success Desert Valley Hospital, Prime’s first hospital has received the following accolades: Top 100 Hospital™ in the Nation four times 2003, 2004, 2006 & 2008 Top 1% in the Nation, Premier/ CareScience Select Practice National Quality Leader, 2007 Highest scores from Joint Commission and AOA surveys
Chino Valley Medical Center 126-bed Acute Care Facility in Chino, CA Open staff community hospital ED with over 100 patient visits per day – paramedic base station Accredited teaching facility for Family Practice Residency training program affiliated with all Osteopathic medical schools
Sherman Oaks Hospital & The Grossman Burn Center 153-bed acute care facility located in Sherman Oaks, CA Tertiary burn center and home to the world renowned Grossman Burn Center A top performing Hospital in the Nation in a survey by The Commonwealth Fund for CMS/Medicare in Hospital Quality Index (Core Measures) Open staff community hospital with prestigious medical staff that are on the faculty of UCLA/ USC Medical Centers
Montclair Hospital Medical Center 102-bed Acute Care Facility in Montclair, CA Open staff community hospital with basic emergency care Centers of excellence in women and maternity care
Huntington Beach Hospital 144-bed Acute Care Facility in Huntington Beach, CA Open staff community hospital with advanced surgery facilities Emergency Department serves as paramedic base station Newly added Cardiac Cath Lab facility
West Anaheim Medical Center 219-bed Acute Care Facility in Anaheim, CA Open staff community hospital with newly expanded ER Multi-specialty hospital with open heart surgery, psychiatry care, etc. Top 100 Hospital™ in the Nation in 2008
La Palma Intercommunity Hospital 131-bed Acute Care Facility in La Palma, CA Open staff community hospital with basic emergency care Centers of excellence in women and maternity care Cardiac Cath Lab, psychiatry care, etc.
Paradise Valley Hospital 104 year old, 301-bed Acute Care Facility in National City, CA Open staff community hospital with basic emergency department Centers of excellence in rehabilitation medicine Largest behavioral health care provider in South Bay area of San Diego County Cardiac Cath Lab, 64 Slice CT, psychiatry care, etc.
Centinela Hospital Medical Center 370-bed Acute Care Facility in Inglewood, Los Angeles Open staff community hospital with busy emergency department serving underprivileged communities in Los Angeles Centers of excellence in orthopedic care, neurosurgery, high risk obstetrics and neonatal intensive care unit, etc. Tommy Lasorda Heart Institute – a comprehensive cardiac program
Encino Hospital Medical Center 151-bed Acute Care Facility in Encino, Los Angeles Open staff community hospital Centers of excellence in orthopedic care, geropsych, etc.
San Dimas Community Hospital 93-bed Acute Care Facility in San Dimas, CA Open staff community hospital Acquired in July 2008 from Tenet Healthcare
Garden Grove Hospital and Medical Center 167-bed Acute Care Facility in Garden Grove, CA Open staff community hospital Full-service state-of-the-art obstetrics program and neonatal intensive care unit Acquired in June 2008 from Tenet Healthcare
Shasta Regional Medical Center 246-bed Acute Care Facility in Redding, CA with Open staff community hospital Saved by Prime Healthcare from closure in Nov 2008 and obtained licensure in less than eight days and accreditation in less than 45 days of acquisition State-of-the-art cardiac program and centers of excellence in orthopedic care, wound care, etc. Recently accredited by Joint Commission for Stroke Care
The Prime Model for Effective Healthcare Delivery Physician-Driven Management Patient-Focused Pathways Outcome Oriented Protocols
Basic Ingredients Patient/Physician Driven Health Care Focus on quality patient care and achieving 100% compliance with Medicare’s Core Measure Initiatives Capital Infusion Reduce unnecessary lengths of stay (LOS) Improve ER efficiencies (goal – average time is 2 hours) –Decrease in saturation/diversion time and LWOBS Operational efficiencies Improve Plant Aesthetics
Improvement Highlights -Expansion or construction of new service areas (Emergency Services, Cath Lab & Surgery, POC Labs, etc.) -State-of-the-art digital (filmless) radiology (PACS) -New supply and pharmacy automation system (Pyxis) -Patient monitoring systems and patient care equipment (beds, IV pumps, Telemetry, etc.) -New or upgraded equipment (radiology, lab, etc.) -Employee and patient safety equipment (security systems, lifting equip., etc.) -Enhancement or new health information systems – Medi-Tech Client Server, HPF, Hospital Portal System
About Prime Healthcare Services Foundation The Prime Healthcare Services Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation formed in 2006 by Dr. Prem Reddy The Prime Healthcare Services Foundation operates free health clinics which serve indigent and uninsured patients The Prime Healthcare Services Foundation has assets of more than $60 Million with no liabilities and expectations of substantial growth in its assets over the next ten (10) years The Prime Healthcare Services Foundation will form a subsidiary to lease and operate San Leandro Hospital as a non-profit hospital
Prime will continue to maintain the Emergency Department Prime will continue to operate San Leandro Hospital as an acute care facility Prime will work with HMOs and insurance companies to negotiate contracts Capital investments in infrastructure New Health Information System (Medi-Tech) Operate San Leandro As Non-Profit Hospital Prime’s Plan for San Leandro
Prime’s Proposal for San Leandro Facility Lease Prime will lease the facility for an initial term of Ten (10) Years – with options to extend the lease. Prime will make an annual lease payment to the District. Prime will have an option to buy the facility at the end of five (5) Years. Prime will spend no less than $20 Million for working capital, equipment and other capital improvements at San Leandro Hospital during first year of lease. Prime will provide a Security Deposit equal to two (2) years of lease payments.
Prime’s Proposal for San Leandro Employees, Licensure & Accreditation Prime will hire substantially all of the employees. Prime will assume the existing Collective Bargaining Agreements with the Unions. Prime will keep San Leandro open as an acute care hospital with 24 hour access to Emergency Department Services under an independent and separate license. Prime will maintain accreditation for the hospital with The Joint Commission.
Access to care for the community Prime will participate in Medicare and Medi-Cal Programs. Prime will negotiate contracts with HMOs, PPOs and Third Party Payors, as long as San Leandro Hospital is offered the same or better rates as Sutter, for the same level of services. Prime will maintain the independent medical staff currently in place and work with the medical staff to improve the quality of care and establish a goal of 100% compliance with Medicare’s Core Measures.
Governance Prime will form a local Governing Board consisting of Community Members, Local Physicians, and a representative from the Healthcare District, if so desired.
Commitment to Community Prime will keep the Emergency Room open at San Leandro Hospital and improve efficiencies in order to reduce wait times, lengths of stay, Saturation/Diversion Hours in ER and Wall Time for Paramedic Transports. Prime will not delay or deny emergency care based on a patient’s condition or ability to pay. Prime will provide charity care at levels consistent with San Leandro Hospital’s historical levels on per bed occupied basis.