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  1. Current Issues in Health Carefor Wisconsin: A Providers Perspective Presented toWisconsin Economic Association 2009 ConferenceNovember 7, 2009Andrew W. WeierDirector, Quality and Strategic AnalysisSaint Joseph’s HospitalMinistry Health CareMarshfield, Wisconsin

  2. Older Persons Use More Services

  3. ProjectedChange in Wisconsin Population by County

  4. Central & Northern Region Area Population Age 65+ The 65+ population will increase significantly by 2030 and at a much higher rate than the state of WI average.

  5. Larger concentration of older population in Northern WI counties – 2005 vs 2025

  6. The bulk of lower-income Wisconsinites reside in rural counties that are typically either dominated by farming or by tourism, forests, and lakes. While the Wisconsin median stands at 26.6%, these rural counties are experiencing poverty rates in the mid to upper 30s%. Forest 35.6% Langlade 32.9% Lincoln 25.2% Oneida 26.6% Price 30.0% Vilas 30.1% Clark 35.2% Marathon 21.1% Portage 24.7% Taylor 27.7% Wood 22.6% Central & Northern Region Counties are poorer than average MHC Northern Region MHC Central Region

  7. WI Discharges by Top HospitalsFY 2008 Top 10 yield 33% of All WI discharges (excludes normal newborn) Source Data Bay, WHA, Oct, 2007 - Sep, 2008

  8. Payer Mix, Top WI Hospitals Source Data Bay, WHA, Oct, 2007 - Sep, 2008

  9. Commercial Payer TrendSelect WI Hospitals, FY’04 – FY’08 Source Data Bay, WHA, Oct, 2007 - Sep, 2008

  10. Saint Joseph’s HospitalPayer Discounts, FY ‘08 Source: Internal data, do not cite or quote

  11. SJH Specific DischargeMS-DRG 470 Major Joint Replacement or Reattachment of Lower Extremity without Major Complication or Mortality Source: Internal data, do not cite or quote