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  • 1. St. Luke’s Health System“One St. Luke’s” Serving Our Community
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  • 2. More Than a Century of Caring: 1902-2010
    Our Mission
    “To improve the health of people in our region”
    • Not-for-profit
    • 3. No investors or stockholders
    • 4. Community Ownership
    • 5. Community Governance
    • 6. Excess revenues reinvested in people, facilities, and technology
    • 7. Philanthropic support stays at St. Luke’s and in Idaho
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  • 8. St. Luke’s Health System A Brief History
    1902– St. Luke’s Hospital founded in Boise.
    1928 – St. Luke’s opens new four-story hospital at the corner of Bannock and First Street.
    1952 – St. Luke’s opens a new $1 million expansion becoming Idaho’s largest hospital with 245 beds.
    1968 – Dr. Rodney Herr performs the first open-heart surgery in Idaho at St. Luke’s.
    1972 – Mountain States Tumor Institute (MSTI) created.
    1996 – St. Luke’s Meridian opens as outpatient facility.
    2000 – St. Luke’s Wood River opens.
    2001 – St. Luke’s Meridian opens as full-service community hospital.
    2006 – St. Luke’s and Magic Valley Regional Medical Center form partnership; St. Luke’s Health System is created with St. Luke’s Boise/Meridian, St. Luke’s Wood River, and St. Luke’s Magic Valley.
    2007 – Construction of new St. Luke’s Magic Valley hospital begins.
    2010 – McCall Memorial Hospital joins St. Luke’s becoming St. Luke’s McCall.
    St. Luke’s Hospital opened in this Boise home on December 1, 1902.
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  • 9. St. Luke’s Health System 2011
    St. Luke’s Meridian
    Beds: 165
    Employees: 1,322
    St. Luke’s Magic Valley
    Beds: 226
    Employees: 1,891
    St. Luke’s Boise
    Beds: 403
    Employees: 5,646*
    St. Luke’sWood River
    Beds: 25
    Employees: 357
    St. Luke’s McCall
    Beds: 15
    Employees: 205
    * Includes outlying clinics and system staff.
  • 10. St. Luke’s Health System Idaho’s Largest Health Care Provider
    With 5 hospitals and more than 100 clinics, St. Luke’s Health System serves thousands of patients throughout southwest and central Idaho and eastern Oregon.
    Hospitals:
    **Critical Access hospital
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  • 27. St. Luke’s Health System – A Community Asset
    St. Luke’s is community-owned.
    St. Luke’s is Idaho-based and Idaho-led.
    The only Idaho-based health system.
    Governed by a volunteer board of directors comprised of local community leaders.
    St. Luke’s is not-for-profit.
    100 percent of net revenue is reinvested in the organization and the communities served.
    St. Luke’s accepts all patients regardless of their ability to pay.
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  • 28. Idaho’s Most Awarded Health System
    Recent Awards:
    • St. Luke’s MSTI designated as an National Cancer Institute Community Cancer Center
    • 29. Consumer ChoiceAward – ongoing since 2001
    • 30. Thomson Reuters 50 Hospital for Cardiovascular Care
    • 31. Proud to be a Magnet-designated Hospital for Nursing Excellence
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  • 32. St. Luke’s Areas of Focus: The 3 E’s
    People
    • Excellence:
    • 33. In all that we do
    • 34. Efficiency:
    • 35. Good stewards of our community’s resources
    • 36. Lean implementation
    • 37. Engagement:
    • 38. Of employees and physicians
    • 39. Our people are St. Luke’s most valuable resource
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  • 40. St. Luke’s Health System by the Numbers
    St. Luke’s Boise
    Babies Delivered: 4,211
    Inpatient Visits: 25,309
    Outpatient Visits: 596,584
    St. Luke’s Magic Valley
    Babies Delivered: 1,719
    Inpatient Visits: 10,719
    Outpatient Visits: 517,636
    FYE Numbers (9/30/2010)
    St. Luke’s McCall
    Babies Delivered: 83
    Inpatient Visits: 456
    Outpatient Visits: 67,304
    St. Luke’s Meridian
    Babies Delivered: 1,185
    Inpatient Visits: 10,046
    Outpatient Visits: 311,067
    St. Luke’s Wood River
    Babies Delivered: 232
    Inpatient Visits: 1,333
    Outpatient Visits: 74,873
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  • 41. St. Luke’s Health System Main Service Lines
    • First open-heart surgery in Idaho performed at St. Luke’s in December 1968.
    • 42. St. Luke's provides cardiac care for heart patients throughout Idaho, and in parts of Oregon, Nevada, and Utah.
    • 43. St. Luke's provides more heart procedures than any other hospital in Idaho.
    • 44. St. Luke’s is home to Idaho’s only Children's Hospital.
    • 45. St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital at our Boise facility is a hospital within a hospital.
    • 46. St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital has Idaho’s largest and most experienced Level III Newborn Intensive Care Unit and the state’s only Pediatric ICU and Hospital School.
    • 47. Founded in 1971, MSTI has become Idaho’s largest cancer care provider.
    • 48. St. Luke’s MSTI treats approximately 800 patients each day from Idaho, Nevada, Utah, and Oregon.
    • 49. St. Luke’s MSTI is one of only 30 National Cancer Institute Community Cancer Centers.
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  • 50. St. Luke’s Health System Core Values
    Integrity – Being honest; doing the right thing, even when no one is looking.
    Compassion –Acting to help others in need, and doing so with kindness and understanding.
    Accountability – Being responsible for your job duties, the quality of your work, and the consequences of your actions.
    Respect –Being considerate of other people, their property, and their point of view.
    Excellence –Always doing your best and doing what is best, in every situation.
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  • 51. St. Luke’s Health System Vision
    “St. Luke’s Health System will transform health care by aligning with physicians and other providers to deliver integrated, seamless, and patient-centered quality care across all St. Luke’s settings.”
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  • 52. St. Luke’s Pillars of Excellence
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  • 53. Our Income Comes from Three Places
    Operations
    Debt (Loans)
    Philanthropy
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  • 54. St. Luke’s Health System Financials
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  • 55. Community Benefit
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  • 56. St. Luke’s Health System Financial Objectives
    Achieve / maintain characteristics of an “AA” rated organization:
    Sufficient cash resources
    Solid operating and cash flow margins
    Appropriate level of capital spending
    Appropriate debt structure
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  • 57. St. Luke’s Health System Economic Impact
    Idaho’s largest private employer: 9,000+ jobs
    Annual salaries and benefits for employees: $450 million. 
    University of Idaho Economic Impact Study - 2009
    Economic Multiplier Effect of St. Luke’s
    Produced nearly $1.87 billion in sales
    Generated more than 18,700 jobs
    Produced $36.7 million in sales and property taxes (indirect business taxes)
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  • 58. St. Luke’s Health System – Building for the future
    In 2007, St. Luke’s broke ground on the new Magic Valley Medical Center a $238 million, 700,000 square foot facility on 40 acres. The project was Idaho’s largest commercial construction project. The state-of-the-art hospital opened on May 21, 2011.
    St. Luke’s invested nearly $20 million in two former Micron buildings to transform those building into a new central laboratory and central laundry facility that opened in March 2011
    St. Luke’s also has invested several million dollars in expansions of its cardiac cath labs in Meridian and the development of Idaho’s first Cardiac Rehabilitation Center.
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  • 59. St. Luke’s Health System – 2010 to 2020
    St. Luke’s must invest $1.28 billion over the next decade to continue providing the exceptional level of care that people of our communities expect and deserve.
    Philanthropy is critical to achieving our long-term goals.
    We will work with community leaders and donors to raise $128 million over the next decade
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  • 60. Philanthropic Support
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  • 61. St. Luke’s Health System – The Next 10 Years
    St. Luke’s MSTI will expand and enhance cancer care services ($150 million)
    St. Luke’s Heart will usher in the next generation of heart and vascular care ($200 million)
    St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital will expand its services to better meet the medical needs of children ($25 million)
    Additional regional Centers of Excellence including Women’s Services, Medical Surgical, Ortho/Neuro, and overall expansion of capacity ($100 million)
    One patient, one medical record ($100 million)
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  • 62. St. Luke’s Meridian Medical Center
    Campus Expansion Proposal
    New Mountain States
    Tumor Institute (MSTI)
    Flagship hospital
  • 63. St. Luke’s Boise Medical Center
    Campus Expansion Proposal
    New St. Luke’s
    Heart Hospital
    Peds Oncology
    Children’s Hospital
    Expanded with its own branded entrance
  • 64. St. Luke’s Health SystemPerspective on Health Care Reform
    • Positive:
    • 65. 10 million – 30+ million more people with health insurance; coverage for folks with a pre-existing condition
    • 66. Concerns:
    • 67. Cuts to Medicare and Medicaid to pay for “reform”
    • 68. Provision of health insurance for all not supported by adequate supply of primary care providers and health care services
    • 69. Likely increase in number of Medicaid beneficiaries. Medicaid doesn’t cover our costs.
    St. Luke’s Health System position paper: www.stlukesonline.org
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  • 70. St. Luke’s Health System ChallengeBecoming an Integrated Health Care System
    Driven by the unified efforts of physicians, community leaders and committed employees St. Luke’s will provide:
    A comprehensive health care delivery system with convenient, timely access to care providers.
    Safe, effective and efficient care with a strong focus on wellness and prevention throughout our patient’s lives and across our health system.
    Timely and convenient access to health care data across St. Luke’s Health System with a system-wide electronic record system (one patient, one record).
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  • 71. The St. Luke’s Health System Promise
    We will focus on providing value to those we serve. Our aim is to achieve superior outcomes at the lowest possible cost.
    In all that we do – we will never lose sight of the reason we are here… to serve patients.
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