Program Authorization: Act 92 of 1902; Act 143 of 1904; Act 14 of 1948; Act 207 of 1956; Act 253 of 1972; Act 519 of 1977; Act 786 of 1978; Act 1 of the First Extraordinary Session of 1988
The mission of the Administration and Support Program is to provide support service to the facility.
The goal of the Administration and Support Program is to provide efficient and effective administrative and support services to the programs and services rendered at the facility.
The Administration and Support Program includes the following activities: Chief Executive Officer, Hospital Administrator, Human Resources, Business Office, Management Information, Bio-Medical Maintenance, Telephone Maintenance; Medical Records, Environmental Services, Communications, Security, and Supply.
OBJECTIVES AND PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
1. In FY 1998-99, the Administration and Support Program will provide leadership and support through efficient utilization and resources to ensure an efficient operation of the hospital in providing appropriate psychiatric treatment in a safe and therapeutic environment, all in accordance with governing, licensing, and accreditation bodies and standards.
RESOURCE ALLOCATION FOR THE PROGRAM
SOURCE OF FUNDING
The Administration and Support Program is funded interagency transfers, fees and self-generated revenue and federal funds. Interagency transfers include: Title XIX reimbursement for services provided to Medicaid eligible patients, and reimbursements from various state and local agencies for space occupied and services received. Self-generated revenue represents reimbursement for ineligible patients with insurance or personal payments based on a sliding fee scale, reimbursement for the cost of housing furnished to employees and utilities and supplies utilized by Central Regional Laundry. Federal funds are Title XVIII reimbursement for services provided to Medicare eligible patients.
ANALYSIS OF RECOMMENDATION
The total means of financing for this program is recommended at 102.7% of the existing operating budget. It represents 88.0% of the total request ($8,154,109) for this program. The major changes include: an increase of interagency transfers by $168,834 to fund the cost for an additional twenty-five (25) retirees in FY 98/99; a $16,607 increase for risk management premiums; a means of financing swap substituting $41,000 in self-generated revenue for interagency transfers to reflect an estimated increase in ineligible patient fees; and a transfer of nine (9) positions from the Patient Care Program to the Administration Program to properly align T.O. The changes should have no impact on the delivery of these services.
ACQUISITIONS AND MAJOR REPAIRS
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