PARTNERSHIPS Keys for Surviving the Health
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  • 1. PARTNERSHIPS Keys for Surviving the Health Care Shortages
  • 2. Three Examples of Partnerships
    • ASPEN High School
      • Alternative District High School
      • Dual credit offering
    • CEDA-Robbins
      • Community Economic Development Association
      • Targeted programs with high employment rates and/or grant approval
    • University of Chicago Hospitals Academy
      • Partnered with MVCC’s A.D.N. Program
      • UCHA Scholarship for employees of UCHA
  • 3. MVCC Remedies to the Health Care Shortages:
    • History and overview
    • Responses to challenges
    • Funding approaches
    • Barriers
    • Lessons learned
  • 4. Health Care Industry Worker Shortages 29.2 209    Medical and dental laboratories 21.9 1,796 Nursing and personal care facilities 9.8 4,960 Hospitals, public and private 25.5 11,065 Health services Percent change, 2000-2010 Employment, 2000 Industry segment Employment of wage and salary workers in health services by industry segment, 2000 and projected change 2000-10 (Employment in the thousands)
  • 5. Additional Factors Contributing to the Shortage
    • The elderly population, a group with much greater than average healthcare needs, will grow faster than the total population between 2000 and 2010
    • Advances in medical technology will continue to improve the survival rate of severely ill and injured patients, who will then need extensive therapy and care.
    • New technologies enable the identification and treatment of conditions not previously treatable
  • 6. Turnover Rates Contribute to the Healthcare Worker Shortage
    • Additional openings will result as workers leave the labor force or transfer to other occupations.
    • High turnover due to low pay and status, poor benefits, low training requirements, and a high proportion of young and part-time workers, such as nursing, psychiatric, and home health aides .
    • In contrast, occupations with relatively few replacement openings, are those with high pay and status, lengthy training requirements, and a high proportion of full-time workers, such as physicians and surgeons .
    • U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • 7. Challenge
    • Consistent with local health care community needs and with MVCC’s strategic initiatives:
    • Attract and educate new populations within the district to health care careers
  • 8. Desirable Characteristics -Programs of Study
    • Short-term training
    • Good employment potential
    • Credentialing mechanism upon graduation
    • Marketable skills that may also be transferable to another program of study
    • High quality programs with documented positive outcomes
  • 9. Responses to Challenges
    • Aspen High School
    • CEDA Robbins
    • University of Chicago
    • Hospitals Academy
  • 10. ASPEN High School PARTNERS
    • Moraine Area Career Systems (MACS)
    • Moraine Valley Community College
    • ASPEN High School, Robbins, IL
    • St. Francis Hospital, Blue Island , IL
  • 11. EDUCATION PLAN
    • COL 101 First Semester
    • Student Assessments
    • HSC 110 Second Semester
    • MVCC Field Trips
    • Hospital Field Trips
  • 12.
    • Student to Teacher
    • Teacher to High School
    • Teacher to Hospital
    • Other Members of Team
    COMMUNICATION
  • 13. PUBLIC RELATIONS
    • Student Orientation
    • Student Selection
    • Share Successes
  • 14. CEDA-Robbins Basic Nurse Assistant Course
    • Approved by the Illinois Department of Public Health
    • This 132-contact hour course is presented over 8 weeks
    • Prepares students to work in hospitals, nursing homes and home health agencies
    • Prerequisite for the Associate Degree Nursing Program
  • 15. CEDA-Robbins Phlebotomy Program
    • Approved by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical laboratory Sciences
    • This eight-credit program presents the basics of phlebotomy in a two semester course sequence; students take one course per semester
    • Prepares students to work in clinics, hospitals, physician’s offices and blood centers
    • Included as part of the medical office assistant, radiologic technology, and respiratory therapy curricula
  • 16. UCHA Nursing Project
    • Nursing at the Forefront Scholarship
    • Criteria
    • MVCC requirements
    • Resources needed
  • 17. FUNDING
    • Aspen
    • CEDA Robbins
      • Cook County:
        • Board of
      • Commissioners
        • President’s Office of Employment
        • & Training (POET)
      • MVCC
      • CEDA-Robbins
    • UCHA
  • 18. MAJOR OBSTACLES to STUDENT SUCCESS
    • Assignments
    • Educationally
      • Under-prepared
    • Attendance
    • Personal Problems
  • 19. LESSONS LEARNED
    • Testing
    • Transportation Off-Campus
    • Tutoring
    • Building Connections
    • Special Training for Faculty
    • Equipment and Space
  • 20. SITE-SPECIFIC LESSONS LEARNED
    • ASPEN
    • CEDA- Robbins
    • UCHA
  • 21. PARTNERSHIP WORKSHEET
    • Identify the goal of the partnerships at your facility
    • List elements already in place
    • List stakeholders in the project
    • Steps for implementation (Procedure)
  • 22. Web Site
    • To view this presentation, please visit our web site at:
    • www.morainevalley.edu/healthsciences