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Community Benefit Summary Trend
Fiscal Year 2012
The following outlines the contribution made in support of the community from Hoag operations in the 12-month period from October 1, 2011, through September 30, 2012.
Unreimbursed Cost of Direct Medical Care Services – Charity Care
Medical Services Indigent (MSI)
Charity Care – Hospital
Charity Care – SOS Clinic
MediCal/Cal Optima Cost of Unreimbursed Care Medicare Cost of Unreimbursed Care
Total Cost of Unreimbursed Direct Medical Care Services:
$
$
$
$
$
$ 105,269,912
11,889,000 5,13 2,585 2,556,327
14,570,000 7 1 ,1 2 2 , 0 0 0
Benefits for Vulnerable Populations
Community Health Services
Health Profession Education
Subsidized Clinical Specialty Services
Cash and In-Kind Contributions
Community Building Activities
Community Benefit Operations
Total Benefits for Vulnerable Populations:
$ 4,643,853 $ – $ 227,208 $ 570,217 $ 22,573 $ 786,250 $ 6,250,101
Benefits for the Broader Community
Community Health Services
Health Profession Education
Subsidized Clinical Specialty Services
Cash and In-Kind Contributions
Community Building Activities
Foundation Expenditures for Community Benefit Total Benefits for the Broader Community:
$ 958,595 $ 2 6 1,75 0 $ 750,818 $ 1,070,212 $ 85,308 $ 2,173,798 $ 5,300,481
Total Community Benefit and Economic Value $116,820,494 Total Community Benefit and Economic Value (excluding Medicare Cost of Unreimbursed Care) $ 45,698,494
Notes: 1. Cost of care figures (section A) are estimated, based upon annualized results of 9 months of operations.
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