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  • An evolving initiative
  • Comprehensive covers a number of areas.
  • Data: untold #s provided I&R – but not tracked Integration: Credentialing, transferability of credits
  • Rad tech Syllabus, Curriculum, Interim Director, Recruiting
  • Environmental scan: assets and partnerships

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  • 1. HEALTHCARE CAREER PATHWAYS SUMMIT EUGENE, OREGON
    • LAKELAND
    • COMMUNITY COLLEGE’S
    • HEALTHCARE CAREER PATHWAY
  • 2.  
  • 3. EDUCATION SYSTEM of OHIO
    • University Systems of Ohio
    • Chancellor, Board of Regents
    • ABLE/GED
    • Career/Tech Schools
    • Community Colleges
    • Universities
    • Department o f Education
    • Superintendent
    • K - 12
  • 4. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
    • Sector Strategy
    • Regional
    • Data based
    • Employer driven
    • Student focused
    • Collaborative
  • 5. CORE COMMITTEE
    • Auburn Career Center
    • Lakeland Community College
    • Lake County Job and Family Services One Stop
  • 6. SHARED VISION
    • Our Healthcare Career Pathway is a comprehensive initiative that integrates Education, Economic Development, Employment and Support Services into a new Career Structure which enables low-wage earners to advance to higher paying jobs.
  • 7. RESEARCH
    • National projections
    • DOL
    • N.E. Ohio projections
    • LMI
  • 8. RESEARCH
    • Workforce Issues
    • Student Survey
    • Partner Survey/Focus Group
  • 9. Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management (University of Toledo) Health Information Technology/Health Information Administration (LCC) Certified Coding Associate (ACC) Certified Coding Specialist (ACC) Medical Transcriptionist (ACC, LCC) Cancer Tumor Registry (ACC) Unit Assistant (ACC) Medical Records Clerk (ACC) Medical Biller (ACC, LCC) Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Medicine (CSU) Computed Tomography MRI Medical Laboratory Technician Radiologic Technologist Surgical Technician Respiratory Tech Phlebotomy Electrocardiogram Technician Bachelor of Science in Nursing (CSU) Registered Nurse (LCC) Licensed Practical Nurse (ACC) Medical Asst (LCC) EMT/Paramedic (ACC, LCC) Home Health Aide (ACC) Patient Care Medical Administration Allied Health Tier 4 $23.10 -$35.82 Bachelors Tier 3 $16.07 - $20.81 Associates Tier 2 $12.28 - $13.42 GED/Associates Tier 1 $8.67 – $9.23 GED Intensive work readiness Academic, Career & Support Service, Assessment, Scholarship Career/Job Coach Portfolio Skill Building (Remediation) Recruitment Sources: Tier 1, 2, 3 positions Incumbent workers ABE participants One Stop clients Healthcare Career Pathways Key: ACC (Auburn Career Center) LCC (Lakeland Community College) CSU (Cleveland State University)
  • 10. HEALTHCARE CAREER PATHWAY GOALS
      • ► Enroll 50 participants annually into the Pathways Program
      • ► Develop a Healthcare Career Pathway that offers participants accessible education and training opportunities
      • ► Develop a Healthcare Career Pathway that coordinates academic and support services
  • 11. HEALTHCARE CAREER PATHWAYS GOALS
    • Develop a Healthcare Career Pathway that provides affordable education.
    • Develop a Healthcare Career Pathway that encourages collaboration among partners.
    • Create a financially self sustaining Healthcare Career Pathway Program
  • 12. EMPLOYER PARTNERS
    • LAKE HOSPITAL SYSTEM
    • UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS
    • Conneaut, Extended Care,
    • Geneva, Richmond
    • HOSPICE OF THE WESTERN RESERVE
    • ASHTABULA COUNTY MEDICAL CENTER
    • CHARDON HEALTHCARE CENTER
  • 13. PARTNERS
    • ABLE/GED
    • AUBURN CAREER CENTER
    • LAKE COUNTY JOB AND FAMILY SERVICES ONE STOP
    • LAKELAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    • WILLOUGHBY EASTLAKE TECH CENTER
  • 14. EDUCATIONAL INNOVATIONS
    • PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT
      • Evening/Weekend Nursing
      • State Tested Nursing Assistant
      • Licensed Practical Nursing
      • Health Information Management Technology
  • 15. IMPLEMENTATION
    • Employer Engagement
    • Policy change tuition prepay
    • Articulation Agreements
    • Off site classes
  • 16. PARTICIPANT RECRUITMENT FISCAL YEAR ENROLLED PROGRAM COMPLETION ADVANCING 2006 100 RN 53 STNA 43 Misc 4 32 1 STNA to RN 2007 194 RN 94 LPN 17 STNA 38 Rad Tech 21 Misc 24 64 10 STNA-RN 3 LPN-RN 3 GED-Med Asst 1 Phleb-Med Asst 1 Phleb-M LT 1 2008 105 RN 27 LPN 34 STNA 21 Med Lab Tech 7 RespTech 6 Misc 10 46 15 STNA-LPN 2 STNA-RN 4 LPN-RN 1 Rad Tech-CT 3 ECG-Phleb 1 RN-BSN 1 Phleb-MLT 1 GED-STNA 1
  • 17. PARTICIPANT CHARACTERISTICS
    • Sample: 149 of 299 enrolled:
    • Female: 137
    • Male: 12
    • Average Age 33.3
    • Black/African Am 25
    • White 122
    • Hispanic 2
    • GED 17
    • High School Grad 116
    • Assoc Degree 8
    • Bach Degree 7
  • 18. LINKS to SERVICES
    • Financial Aid
    • Counseling
    • ABLE
    • Career Services
    • Child Care
    • Tutoring
    • HCP Net
  • 19. WIA WAIVER for INCUMBENT WORKERS
    • Year Tuition Assistance Customized non credit training
    • ITAs Benefit Employees Benefit
    2007 97 $ 97,000. 339 $ 37,000. 2008 69 $ 83,000. To be determined $ 72,000.
  • 20. FUNDING STREAMS
    • KnowledgeWorks Foundation Planning Grant
    • Ohio Department of Development Implementation
    • Grants/Foundations
    • WIA
    • In Kind
    • Northeast Ohio Healthcare Educational Consortium
  • 21. FUNDING OVERVIEW 390,000 300,000 289,000
  • 22. IN PROGRESS
    • Histologic Technology
    • Survey
    • Expanded Recruitment: Participants and Employers
    • Online links to Job Boards
    • Northeast Ohio Healthcare Educational Consortium
    • Exploration offering credit LPN program
  • 23. CHALLENGES
    • Keeping HCP on employer’s radar
    • Funding
    • Data tracking
    • Faculty – wage differential
    • Capacity
    • Access to tuition assistance
    • Integrating Career/Tech with Higher Education
  • 24. SERENDIPITY
    • Student eligibility for PELL grants
    • Fast track: program development HIMT, Histologic Technology
    • Partner program contributions
    • One Stop Job postings
  • 25. KEYS TO SUCCESS
    • Leadership
    • “ the people involved”
    • Partner Champions
    • Partnership with the One Stop ---- Readiness
    • Willingness to collaborate
    • Open to change
    • Evolving process
  • 26. PATHWAYS MODEL REPLICATION
    • Manufacturing Pathway
    • WIA Waiver
  • 27. STATE POLICY IMPLICATIONS
    • Ohio Skills Bank
    • Lakeland Interim Regional Coordinator
    • Pathways as the State Model
    • Credentialing/Stackable Certificates/
    • Transferability
  • 28. PRESENTOR Linn Gahr, Coordinator Healthcare Career Pathways Lakeland Community College 7700 Clocktower Drive Kirtland, Ohio 44094 440-525-7587 [email_address]