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Community Bene t Summary Trend
Fiscal Year 2016
The following outlines the contributions made in support of the community from Hoag operations in the 12-month period from July 1, 2015, through June 30, 2016.
Unreimbursed Cost of Direct Medical Care Services – Charity Care
De nition: The direct cost of medical care provided by Hoag; consists of unreimbursed costs (calculated utilizing cost-to- charge ratios) of providing services to the county indigent population, charity care, and care provided to patients identi ed and referred by the SOS Medical and Dental Clinic
County Indigent Programs1
Charity Care
MediCal/Cal Optima Cost of Unreimbursed Care Medicare Cost of Unreimbursed Care
Total Cost of Unreimbursed Direct Medical Care Svcs
$ 47,065 $ 6,082,000 $ 21,656,359 $ 70,033,961 $ 97,819,385
Bene ts for Vulnerable Populations
De nition: Services and support provided to at-risk seniors and children, the indigent, uninsured/underinsured and homeless to facilitate access to preventive and immediate medical care services.
Community Health Services
Subsidized Clinical Specialty Services
Cash and In-Kind Contributions
Women’s Health Care2
Community Bene t operations
Total Bene ts for Vulnerable Populations
$ 801,569 $ 25,818 $ 5,125,578 $ – $ 1,286,461 $ 7,239,426
Bene ts for the Broader Community
De nition: Health education, prevention and screening programs, information and referral services, and supportive services available to community residents.
Community Health Services
Health Profession Education
Subsidized Clinical Specialty Services
Cash and In-Kind Contributions
Women’s Health Care2
Community Building Activities
Total Bene ts for the Broader Community
$ 826,709 $ 346,968 $ 181,336 $ 2,170,011 $ – $ 36,590 $ 3,561,614
Total Community Bene t and Economic Value
Total Community Bene t and Economic Value (excluding Medicare Cost of Unreimbursed Care)
Notes:
1. The MSI Program ended in 2013, replaced by the Medical Safety Net (MSN) Program
2. In FY16, this category was included as cash/in-kind contributions according to the reporting guidelines of OSHPD and IRS
$108,620,425 $ 38,586,464
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