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Supporting employees To further expand UNC Health Care’s work in the community, it created the Employee Ambassador Program, which is designed to help foster its employees’ volunteer efforts in their local communities. As Ambassadors, employees are eligible to earn a one-time donation of up to $250 for qualified 501(c)(3) organizations by volunteering 50 or more hours to one organization within a year. The energy and enthusiasm of Employee Ambassadors greatly surpassed expectations, leading to more than 4,000 volunteer hours expended for more than 60 charities in Fy2010. photo: Brian stricKland he state’s health care system, UNC Health Care provides d-class care for all regardless of their ability to pay. eight patients in FY2010 had no insurance. Uncompensated care costs for FY2010 were million and are projected to rise to more than $300 million for the upcoming year. Community Benefit overview Item Charity care1 Medicare (non-reimbursed) Medicaid (non-reimbursed)1 Other government programs (non-reimbursed)2 Health professions education2 Subsidized health services2 Cash and in-kind contributions to community groups2 Community building activities2 2010 Habitat House built in 2010 and 1 1 $637,000 free screenings/ consultations worth 4,000 planned for 2011 $8 million UNc’s Medication Assistance Program saved patients more than unC health Care’s impact across north Carolina UNC Health Care created an interactive map at www.unchealthcare.org/countydata to help North Carolinians track the impact of the health care system on communities across the state. UNC Health Care Wake data have been 419 Alumni incorporated into an 1,600 Employees easy-to-read, pop37,961 Patients $84,305,910 Uncompensated Care up format that lets viewers quickly find information about a specific county. By scrolling over a county on the map, the viewer will see how UNC Health Care is serving that community. Information available for each county includes: • The number of employees who live in the county • The number of residents who have been treated at UNC Health Care facilities • The value of uncompensated care provided to patients from the county • The number of UNC School of Medicine alumni currently residing in the county Amount it all adds up $119,621,909 $110,433,682 $52,541,537 $11,277,430 $31,879,278 The work of UNC Health Care across the entire state is creating healthier communities. A look at the numbers shows how. 1 2009 State Employee Combined Campaign contributions1 SOUrceS: 1 2 Internal UNC Health Care System documents FY2009 North Carolina Hospital Association ANDI Report Growth in unCompenSated Care 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 $143 m $151 m community Benefit summary $9,126,535 $102,315 $510,037 $260,850 employees, and their families and friends, helped build UNc’s Habitat for Humanity home 300 $750,000 to Piedmont Health to improve access to care The University of North Carolina Health Care System 2010 Community Benefit Summary donated by the UNc Hospitals Volunteer Association to UNc Health care and the community $222,000 visits to off-campus clinics in FY2010 313,167 $3,377,739 students received UNc School of Medicine Scholarships totaling 551 $171 m $208 m $227 m $266 m $283 m estimated $306 m 101 Manning Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 50 copies werewere printed at a cost of $XXor $1.76 per copy. XXXX copies printed at a cost of $88.24 or $XX per copy. Here are a few highlights of the programs and benefits UNC Health Care provides throughout North Carolina. helping Students Download the Full Report To see the full 2010 community Benefit report, as well as the annual report, visit www.unchealth care.org and click “about Us,” then “annual reports.” Connecting with middle and high school students interested in careers in health care is an important part of UNC Health Care’s community outreach activities. Employees have the opportunity to participate in a number of events throughout the year. Other examples of supporting students include: • The UNC Hospitals’ Volunteer Association hosted more than 200 high school students, educators and counselors from across North Carolina at their annual Health Careers Symposium. • UNC Health Care participated in a career fair for middle and high school students with Chapel Hill–Carrboro and Orange County schools. To view student support videos, visit www.youtube.com/ uncmedicine and search “Health Careers Symposium,” “Career Fair” and “Science of the ER.” photo: tom fuldner 6 Spring 2011 Well http://www.unchealthcare.org/countydata http://www.unchealthcare.org http://www.unchealthcare.org http://www.youtube.com/uncmedicine http://www.youtube.com/uncmedicine

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Well - Spring 2011

Well - Spring 2011
UNC Health Care News
Little Patients Require Special Care
2010 Community Benefit Summary
My Story
Lessons Learned

Well - Spring 2011