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James R.Thompson Center Conference Room 039, 9 th Floor 160 West Randolph Street Chicago, Illinois Teleconference: Illinois Department of Public Health 2nd Floor Conference Room 525 West. Jefferson Street Springfield, Illinois. Open Meeting on Rules Redevelopment

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Long term acute care hospitals follow up meeting

James R.Thompson Center

Conference Room 039, 9th Floor

160 West Randolph Street

Chicago, Illinois

Teleconference:

Illinois Department of Public Health

2nd Floor Conference Room

525 West. Jefferson StreetSpringfield, Illinois

Open Meeting on Rules Redevelopment

Illinois Health Facilities Planning Board

April 23, 2007

“Long-Term (Acute) Care Hospitals”

Follow-up Meeting

Illinois

Health Facilities

Planning Board


Rules process

Rules Process

  • Open Meetings/Public Participation-Input

  • Draft Rules Reviewed and Approved by Board

  • Submission to JCAR

  • Publication in the Illinois Register

  • Formal Public Hearings and Comment Period

  • Reconsideration by the Board

  • Consideration and approval by JCAR

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Meeting protocols

Meeting Protocols

  • Comments/Discussion Limited to Current Topic

  • All Interested Parties Invited to Participate

  • Written Comments Requested

  • Time Limitations - As Required

  • Check with website http://www.idph.state.il.us/about/hfpb/hfpbrules.htm

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Statutory authority

Statutory Authority

  • Health Facilities Planning Act - 2004:

    • Purpose of the Act

      • Establish a procedure designed to reverse the trends of increasing costs of health care resulting from unnecessary construction or modification of health care facilities.

      • Improve the financial ability of the public to obtain necessary health services.

      • Establish an orderly and comprehensive health care delivery system which will guarantee the availability of quality health care to the general public.

    • The Procedure

      • Requires a person establishing, constructing or modifying a health care facility to have the qualifications, background, character and financial resources to adequately provide a proper service for the community,

      • Promotes orderly and economic development of health care facilities that avoids unnecessary duplication of such services.

      • Promotes planning for and the development of health care facilities needed for comprehensive health care, especially in areas where the health planning process has identified needs.

      • Carries out these purposes in coordination with the Agency and the comprehensive State health plan developed by that Agency.

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Meeting objectives

Meeting Objectives

  • Review characteristics and utilization statistics of Long-Term (Acute) Care Hospitals in Illinois.

  • Discuss working draft of proposed LTCH rules.

    • Definition

    • Planning Policies

    • Category of Service Review

  • The discussion will be limited to the topic identified.

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Ltchs in illinois beds by category of service

LTCHs in Illinois (Beds by Category of Service)

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  • Regency Hospital Rockford received permit September 12, 2006.

  • Kindred Hospital Springfield received permit August 4, 2005.

  • Holy Family received permit to discontinue OB November 1, 2005.

  • (4)Advocate Bethany received permit to discontinue OB and AMI September 12, 2006.


Hospital discharges by drg to ltch

Hospital Discharges (by DRG) to LTCH

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Hospital discharges by drg to ltch1

Hospital Discharges (by DRG) to LTCH

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Hospital discharges by drg to ltch2

Hospital Discharges (by DRG) to LTCH

Notes:

Kindred North has 48 AMI beds; therefore, a high volume of cases ( DRG 430 Pyschoses) are discharged to this LTCH .

Total Illinois Cases – all hospitals in Illinois with the exclusion of LTCH facilities.

Utilization statistics for Kindred-Lakeshore were not included. This facility is a sub-acute care facility and is considered a remote facility of Kindred-Central.

Source: Illinois Discharge Dataset

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Ltch 2005 utilization

LTCH 2005 Utilization

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Note:

Kindred Lakeshore is considered a subacute facility; therefore, utilization information is not available.

Source: Illinois Discharge Dataset (Calendar Year 2005)


Cms proposed rule for ltchs 2008

CMS Proposed Rule for LTCHs 2008

  • Extension of the threshold to freestanding LTCHs proposed.

    • LTCHs cannot accept more than 25% of its patients from a single hospital.

    • 50% threshold for rural hospitals.

  • Propose LTCH PPS Federal rate be updated by 0.71 percent to $38,356 for Medicare discharges.

  • Changes to short-stay outliers and high-cost outlier threshold.

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Ltch definition draft

LTCH Definition - Draft

  • “Long-Term (Acute) Care Hospital” means a category of service provided in a Medicare-certified acute care hospital with an average Medicare length of inpatient stay greater than 25 days that is primarily engaged in providing long-term medical care to patients who are clinically complex and may suffer multiple acute or chronic conditions. Services typically include respiratory therapy, head trauma treatment, and pain management.

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Ltch planning policies draft

LTCH Planning Policies - Draft

  • Planning Areas

    • HSA 1

    • HSAs 2 and 10

    • HSAs 3 and 4

    • HSAs 5 and 11

    • HSAs 6, 7, 8 and 9 

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Ltch planning policies draft1

LTCH Planning Policies - Draft

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Ltch planning policies draft2

LTCH Planning Policies - Draft

  • Accessibility

    • One hour travel time

  • Occupancy Target

    • 85%

  • Need Determination

    • Minimum Use Rate – 60% of State

    • Experienced Use Rate – Base Year

    • Apply Minimum or Experienced, whichever is higher

    • Population projections

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Ltch planning policies draft3

LTCH Planning Policies - Draft

  • Authorized Bed Capacity

    No Long-Term (Acute) Care Hospital category of service shall be established without approval by the HFPB. Beds in long-term (acute) care hospitals certified by CMS, shall be reclassified by the HFPB in its inventory.

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Ltch category of service review draft

LTCH Category of Service Review - Draft

  • Facility Size

    • An applicant must document that the project will result in a facility capacity of at least 50 Long-Term (Acute) Care beds.

  • Continuity of Care

    • An applicant proposing to establish a Long-Term (Acute) Care Hospital category of service shall provide a signed, written transfer agreement with an acute care hospital. Documentation shall consist of copies of all such agreements.

  • Conversion of Existing Acute Care Beds

    • Address Section 1110.130 for discontinuation of categories of service.

    • Identify modifications in scope of services or elimination of clinical service areas, not covered in Section 1110.130 (e.g. Emergency Department classification, Surgical Services, Outpatient Services, etc.).

    • Document that changes in clinical service areas will not have an adverse impact upon the health care delivery system.

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Ltch category of service review draft1

LTCH Category of Service Review - Draft

  • Assurances

    • Achieve occupancy target by second year of operation;

    • Certify intent to be Medicare-classified as a long-term (acute) care hospital within twelve (12) months from the date of project completion; and

    • Certify that the proposed facility will meet all requirements of the Illinois Hospital Licensing Act.

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