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					The College of Medicine
University of Illinois at Chicago
 Joseph A. Flaherty, MD
 Dean
 February 24, 2005        Achieving
                          Excellence
UIC - Medicine
                 UIC Medicine
College of Medicine

  •   Four sites
  •   2,650 students and trainees
  •   763 faculty
  •   $69.8M state appropriation
  •   $100M+ clinical operation
  •   $100M+ grant funding
  •   $300M+ annual operating budgets
                  UIC Medicine
                         Peoria
College of Medicine
• Strengths
   –   Caterpillar Faculty Scholars Fellowship
   –   Rural Student Physician Program
   –   Strong Community Support (Peoria Next)
   –   Residency programs in 10 specialties/5 fellowships:
       Intervention Radiology, Women’s Health, and Geriatrics
   –   Cancer Biology
   –   Community IRB with over 900 active protocols
   –   Illinois Oncology Research Associates with CCOP
       designation
   –   Strong hospitals: OSF, Children’s, Methodist
• Challenges
   – MSP in deficit
   – Poor functional relationships between COM,
     practitioners and hospitals
                 UIC Medicine
                       Urbana
College of Medicine
• Strengths: Integration with Urbana campus
   – Medical Scholar’s Program
   – Communication and collaboration between UIUC and
     necessary if we are to benefit from UIUC building
     programs
• Challenges: Solidify cooperation and collaboration
  with clinical community.
   – Need binding affiliation agreement for hospital funding
     of clinical education
   – MD/PhD faculty to build translational research capacity
     (essential for MD/PhD students collaborating UIUC
     programs)
   – Capitalize on medical interest of UIUC Bioengineering
     and School of Chemical Sciences
                 UIC Medicine
                      Rockford
College of Medicine
• Programs
   – National Center for Rural Health Professions
   – Rural Medical Education (RMED) Program
   – Project EXPORT
   – Northern Illinois Area Health Education Center (AHEC)
   – Master’s Degree in Public Health
   – UIC College of Nursing, UIC College of Pharmacy and
     University Outreach and Public Service
   – WHO Collaborating Center
• Challenges
   – Partnerships with hospitals
   – Subspecialty services
   – Development of services research
What are our current strengths?
College of Medicine

  • Excellence in basic sciences (and NIH ranking
    in funding)
  • “Islands” translational sites
  • Chicago: a recruitment draw
  • Quality minority recruitment and graduation
  • High outpatient volume = opportunity
  • City and State partners (County, DHS, CBH)
  • Large number of untapped alumni over age
    60
What are our current weaknesses?
College of Medicine
   • “UIC” name recognition < U. of Illinois
   • 47/132 nationally, 3rd in city
   • 6 medical schools in Chicago
   • Alumni not from wealth
   • Poor facilities for education (& recruitment)
   • GCRC and Cancer Center unfunded
   • Few “friends” on campus
   • Weak clinical research infrastructure
   • Weak record on women and minority
     recruitment and retention
   • Philanthropy efforts in infancy
                      Mission
College of Medicine

To produce new knowledge in the medical
  sciences, to develop best practices in health
  care delivery and to educate the next
  generation of physician and scientists
  committed to serving the needs of Illinois and
  the nation.
                      Vision
College of Medicine

A world class research intensive medical school
  deeply connected to the fabric of a thriving
  multicultural city and state and driven
  towards finding solutions to urban disease,
  prevention and to the biomedical adaptations
  needed to pursue optimal health and well
  being.
                      Values
College of Medicine


         •   Excellence
         •   Integrity
         •   Commitment
         •   Collaboration
         •   Coopetition
         •   Mentorship
         •   Public Responsibility
         •   Diversity
       Major Objectives - 2010
College of Medicine
  • Create a Unique Identity
     – Focus on Five Content Areas
  • Diversify Funding
     – Research
     – Philanthropy
  • Develop Infrastructure
     – Research and Clinical
     – Administrative and Information Technology
  • Strengthen Education Mission & Quality Faculty
  • Support Collaboration and Affiliation
     – Internal, inter-college, inter-campus
     – External, Urban Health Institute, community partners,
       public sector agencies
College of Medicine



       Create a Unique Identity
       Create a Unique Identity
College of Medicine

  • What do we do well?
  • How do we want the world, US and Chicago
    to see us?
  • What can foster a unique image?
  • How do we use the regions as an asset?
       Create a Unique Identity
                      Focus on Five
College of Medicine

  •   Neuroscience
  •   Cancer Center
  •   Cardiovascular-Lung
  •   Immunology-Transplant-Diabetes
  •   Women’s Health
        Create a Unique Identity
  Matrix Model: All Five Across Five Areas
College of Medicine

  •   Basic science
  •   Clinical research
  •   Clinical programs
  •   Outcomes and service delivery research
  •   Urban/Rural applications
       Create a Unique Identity
                      Neuroscience
College of Medicine
  • Potential areas of excellence
      – Degenerative and Developmental Brain Disease
      – e.g. stroke, autism, blindness, hearing loss
  • Strong NIH support and national visibility
  • Departments: neurology, neurosurgery,
    psychiatry, ENT, ophthalmology, anatomy
    and genetics
  • Other colleges
      –   Nursing
      –   Pharmacy
      –   Allied Health=autism and DD
      –   LAS-psychology and biology
       Create a Unique Identity
       Neuroscience and Imaging Plan
College of Medicine

• Program Projects/Centers
   – On autism, stroke, dementia, schizophrenia,
     cerebral revascularization, imaging
• A 3T fMRI (1 for research, 1 for clinical)
• Basic science recruitment in informatics,
  physics, genetics, anatomy
• Build clinical volume
       Create a Unique Identity
                  Cancer Center
College of Medicine

• >$14M in NCI funding
• Good population and basic science work
• Need more clinical investigators and more
  cancer patients
• County-Rush strategy
• Need to leverage Peoria, Rockford and
  Urbana
• Vision is to be premier state “network” for
  cancer
       Create a Unique Identity
                Cardiovascular-Lung
College of Medicine


  • Two new “centers” in CV and Lung
      – Multiple program projects and training grants
  • Need to develop synergy and translation
  • Potential development areas:
      –   Congestive Heart Failure
      –   Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
      –   Dementia
      –   Need to build clinical volume and partner
       Create a Unique Identity
      Immunology-Transplant-Diabetes
College of Medicine


  • Strong but independent groups
  • Diabetes, transplant (including islet cell),
    obesity
  • Focus on two program projects
  • Need for mentorship/training grants
  • Challenge
     – Senior physician scientist needed in surgery
     – Basic clinical research support needed
       Create a Unique Identity
                 Women’s Health
College of Medicine
• Build on Center of Excellence for Women’s Health
   – One of only 14 NIH funded academic health centers
• Model of interdisciplinary, cross college (Medicine,
  Nursing, Public Health, Pharmacy) healthcare for
  women
• Four cores: clinical services, research, professional
  development, and community partnerships
• Program designed to integrate biomedical
  expertise with grass roots women's health vision
  and emphasizes partnerships across disciplines
  and professions, academic with community, and
  health care providers with patients
• Excellent model for research and clinical care
       Create a Unique Identity
            Women’s Health (cont.)
College of Medicine

• Reproductive sciences
   – Basic science and population studies on infertility and
     endometriosis
• Contraception
   – Development of population-specific models (e.g.
     teens in conditions of urban poverty)
• Perinatology research
   – Maternal Mortality and Morbidity
   – Epidemiology and pathology-> prevention models
• Gynecological Oncology
   – Ovarian cancer prevention (e.g. omega 3 fatty acid
     clinical trial when in vitro research supports this)
College of Medicine



             Diversify Funding
             Diversify Funding
College of Medicine


  • Research
  • Philanthropy
              Diversify Funding
        Non-NIH Funding Opportunity
College of Medicine
   FY04 Research Expenditures by Source ($1,000s)
                 NIH     Other      Private    Total
                        Federal
   Basic        $36,379   $1,096     $3,336    $40,811
   Science
   Clinical     $44,309    $3,624    $6,561    $54,494
   Science
   Regions       $3,742     $598     $1,436     $5,776

   Total        $84,430    $5,318   $11,333 $101,081
               Diversify Funding
   Clinical Research Funding Opportunity
College of Medicine
 FY01 NIH Funding Among Area Medical Schools
 Institution          Basic Science ($)   Clinical Science ($)
 Rosalind                     4,796,032              2,120,516
 Franklin/CMS

 Loyola                      11,753,426             11,532,126

 N’western                   32,856,925             70,847,925

 U Chicago                   40,948,841             99,651,515

 UIC                         39,975,791            37,701,402
                          Diversify Funding
                  Current Endowed Professorships
College of Medicine
                                                                                                  MARKET VALUE (bold) and
            NAME                    DONOR (s)                          SPECIALTY                  outstandind commitments
 G. William Arends        G. William Arends                   Dean's discretion                              $1,133,000
 Riad Barmada             Various Donors                      Orthopaedic Surgery                $472,000 + deferred gift to fully fund.
 Robert DeBord            James DeBord                        Cardiothoracic/Surgery           $131,000 + $400,000 outstanding pledge
 Harry Dowling            Harry Dowling                       Medicine/Infectious Diseases                    $396,000
                                                                                             $191,000 + $255,000 in pledges; fundraising in
 Patrick Elwood           Various Donors                      Neurosurgery (Peoria)                           progress.
 Billie Alexander Field   Thanis Field                        Ophthalmology                                   $601,000
                                                              Medicine (Chair of the
 E. F. Foley              E. F. Foley                         Department)                                      $178,000
                          Mary Ann Coleman & Eleanor
 John Garvin              Skinner                             Neurology                            n/a. Funded through deferred gifs
 Francis Geever           Francis Geever                      Pathology                                       $1,247,000
 Lizzie Gilman            Department designated funds         Psychiatry                                 portion of $2,945,000
                                                              Biochemistry & Molecular
 Benjamin Goldberg        Benjamin Goldberg                   Genetics                                        $1,260,000
 Eileen Heidrick          Gardner Heidrick                    Oncology                              $793,000 + deferred gift pending
 R.W. Keeton              R. W. Keeton                        Medicine/Nephrology                              $393,000
 Francis Lederer          Francis Lederer                     Otolaryngology                                   $387,000
 Searls III-Schenk        Marian Schenk & Ora Searls          Ophthalmology                                    $502,000
 Marian Schenk            Marian Schenk                       Ophthalmology                                    $537,000
                                                                                                 $1,849,000; recent estate distribution,
 George Vitoux            Beth Fowler Vitoux & George Vitoux Medicine/Geriatrics                  discussion begun to change to chair
                                   Diversify Funding
Current Endowed Faculty, Chairs for Dean
College of Medicine

                                                                                                MARKET VALUE (bold) and
            NAME                               DONOR (s)            SPECIALTY                   outstandind commitments
 William Albers                    William Albers          Pediatrics (Peoria)             $781,000 + $480,000 in pledges and bequests
                                                                                           $984,000 + $750,000 in pledges and bequests;
 Warren Cole                       Numerous Donors         Surgery                          we are in the process of renaming to a chair
 Theodore Drugas                   Theodore Drugas         General Surgery                      n/a. Funded through a deferred gift
 Billie Alexander Field            Thannis Fields          Ophthalmology                                     $1,724,000
                                                           Faculty and Community Medicine
 Ellen Foster                      Ellen Foster            (Peoria)                                        $1,783,000
 Turi Josefsen                     U.S. Surgical           Surgery                                         $2,481,000
 Lloyd Nyhus                       Numerous Donors         Surgery                        $585,280 + $518,397 in pledges and bequests
                                                                                           $3,900,000 held by outside trust. We are in
 Clarence C. Saelhof               Justine Saelhof         Urology                             the process of renaming this a chair
 Marion Schenk                     Marion Schenk           Ophthalmology                                   $1,313,000
 Marion Schenk                     Marion Schenk           Surgery                                         $1,869,000
 Illinois Lions/Charles I. Young   Lions of Illinois       Ophthalmology                                   $2,273,000
             Diversify Funding
               Philanthropic Goals
College of Medicine

• $250M by 2010
• 50 new chairs and 25 new professorships
• Other endowments including lectureships,
  fellowships, and scholarships
• Programmatic funds - current use and research
  projects to support Centers of Excellence
• Clinical and academic facilities and equipment
  including $40M for UIMC facility plant
             Diversify Funding
                      Sources
College of Medicine


  •   Federal - DOD, HRSA, HCPR
  •   Private - Major Privates (e.g. MacArthur)
  •   Local - City, County and State agencies
  •   Pharmaceutical - Limit to investigator initiated
College of Medicine



        Develop Infrastructure
        Develop Infrastructure
College of Medicine


   • Research and Clinical
   • Administrative and Information
     Technology
College of Medicine



        Research Infrastructure
       Research Infrastructure
Growth in Research Expenditures ($1,000s)
College of Medicine

               2000     2001     2002     2003     2004

   Basic      $27,776 $34,247 $34,309 $36,663      $40,811
   Science

   Clinical   $31,597 $39,491 $45,699 $49,758      $54,494
   Science

   Regions     $3,519   $3,963   $4,687   $4,132    $5,776


   Total      $62,892 $77,701 $84,695 $90,553 $101,081
        Research Infrastructure
  Analysis of NIH Funding and Space Use
College of Medicine
• Typical NIH award:
   – Total awards in UIC-COM during 2003: $354,264
   – Direct costs: $250,000
   – Indirect costs: $104,264
• Space needs:
   – Total lab and lab support (national metric) = 900
     SF/award
   – Wet lab space = 600 SF
   – Lab support area = 300 SF
• Personnel:
   – Principal investigator
   – Six FTE’s: technicians, graduate scholars, postdoctoral
     fellows, undergraduate students, etc.
        Research Infrastructure
                      Goals
College of Medicine

• NIH funded GCRC
• NIH funded Comprehensive Cancer Center
• Grant supported Clinical trials office
• Faculty and staff training
• Train and manage a core of research
  coordinators
• Information systems linking clinical to
  research databases
• Research support for early investigators in
  data collection, analysis and grant writing
• Incentive system for funded investigators
College of Medicine



         Clinical Infrastructure
         Clinical Infrastructure
                         Goals
College of Medicine

• Develop strong referral networks in five areas
  of excellence
   – Satellite programs, e.g. South Loop
   – Integrate clinical/translational research
• Develop primary care referral network
   – FQHC in OCC
   – Admitting privileges/open staff model
   – Online consultation/net-based services
           Clinical Infrastructure
                 Current Goals (cont.)
College of Medicine
• Establish a strong culture of customer service
   – From attendings to RNs to staff and students
   – Training Programs
   – Measuring Service Satisfaction
        • Patients, families, friends
        • Referral Sources, physicians, PPO’s, etc.
        • Governmental and Social agencies
• Reform the MSP and bring clinical program to
  fiscal solvency
   –   Further centralize fiscal management
   –   Implement new management tools, e.g. “20% rule”
   –   Achieve appropriate cash reserves
   –   Revise MSP bylaws
         Clinical Infrastructure
                      MSP Vision
College of Medicine

 When compared to national benchmarks, the
  MSP will rank as an elite academic practice
  with areas of excellence that include:
       • Provider and Staff Productivity
       • Operational Efficiency
       • Financial Profitability
       • Managerial Innovation, and
       • Patient Satisfaction
         Clinical Infrastructure
                  MSP Objectives
College of Medicine
 • Between FY 2005 and FY 2010, the MSP will:
    – Broaden the scope of the practice through the
      development of new practice initiatives.
    – Reshape its’ payer mix to configure more closely
      with typical Non-Academic Medical Group
      Practices.
    – Strive to increase annual net revenue by a rate
      greater than the growth in GDP.
    – Resolve the self-insurance cost issue as a threat to
      fiscal solvency.
    – Build and maintain a global cash reserve greater
      than 90 days of budgeted operating expenses.
         Clinical Infrastructure
Objective: Develop new practice initiatives
College of Medicine
 • In order to achieve fiscal and programmatic stability the
    MSP must grow.
 • Continued collaboration with the University of Illinois
    Hospital and the other health sciences colleges is
    imperative to the future well being of the MSP.
 • The Group must develop new partnerships with
    governmental and private sector entities external to the
    Medical Center.
 • Develop primary care network
 • Natural corridors for service and program development
    extend to the south and the west and EAST from the
    Medical Center.
             Clinical Infrastructure
           Objective: Reshape payer mix
College of Medicine

                             Charges by Payer
                                (Data in $ Millions)


 $90
 $80
 $70
 $60
 $50                                                                     FY 2004
 $40                                                                     FY 2010
 $30
 $20
 $10
 $-
       Self Pay   Medicare   IDPA     HMO/PPO          Comm/BS   Other

Over the next six years, the MSP anticipates its’ greatest growth will take
place with Managed Care, Medicare and Commercial Insurance Payers.
         Clinical Infrastructure
      Objective: Exceed $120M income
College of Medicine

                        MSP Income Projection
                             (Data in $ millions)


          $140
          $120
          $100
           $80
           $60
           $40
           $20
          $-
                  FY   FY   FY   FY   FY   FY   FY   FY   FY
                 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
         Clinical Infrastructure
Objective: Resolve self-insurance cost threat
College of Medicine

 • In order to establish some relative parity with
   the other colleges of medicine in Illinois, the
   State needs to support an initiative that will
   limit the MSP’s cost for self-insurance to no
   more than 10% of its annual income
 • Loyola, NU, UC all at 7-9%
 • UIC at 2005 at 17.7%

  * The cost of Self-Insurance is the single greatest
  threat to the future solvency of the Medical Service Plan
                   Clinical Infrastructure
  Two views on the cost of Self Insurance
College of Medicine

                         Capping the MSP Self-Insurance Cost at 10% of Revenue
                                          (Data in $ millions)

     $45

     $40

     $35

     $30

     $25                                                                                           Self Insurance w/o Cap
                                                                                                   Self Insurance w Cap
     $20

     $15

     $10

      $5

    $-
         FY 2002   FY 2003   FY 2004   FY 2005   FY 2006   FY 2007   FY 2008   FY 2009   FY 2010



* Without help, by FY 2010, the cost of self-insurance
will represent one-third of the MSP’s annual income.
             Clinical Infrastructure
 Objective: Maintain 90-day cash reserve
College of Medicine

 $40,000,000
 $35,000,000
 $30,000,000
 $25,000,000
 $20,000,000
 $15,000,000
 $10,000,000
  $5,000,000
        $-
               fy2004   fy2005   fy2006   fy2007   fy2008   fy2009   fy2010



 * Assumes self-insurance cost relief.
College of Medicine


 Administrative and Information
   Technology Infrastructure
Administrative & IT Infrastructure
College of Medicine

• Develop and maintain management and
  information systems to meet future needs
• Create single financial tracking system
   – College and Medical Center
   – Banner reporting: clinics, hospital, departments
• Integrate clinical and information systems
Administrative & IT Infrastructure
          COM IT Present and Future
College of Medicine
• Current: Rich data available for research and
  analysis stored in independent systems:
   – University (Financial, HR)
   – Medical Center (Clinical, Financial, Productivity,
     Outcomes)
   – Departmental (Patient, Financial, Research)
• Future: Integrated information technology
   – Develop central data stores (Finance, Clinic, HR,
     Research)
   – Enable data sharing and collaboration
Administrative & IT Infrastructure
      Single Financial Tracking System
College of Medicine

 • Financial Accountability/Management
   – “Whole Picture” HR and Finance
   – Consistent Financial Goals
   – Reduced competition for resources
Administrative & IT Infrastructure
Integrated Clinical & Information Systems
College of Medicine

 •   Clinical productivity measures and monitoring
 •   Consistent effort (FTE) allocations
 •   Shared financial and QA reporting
 •   Clinical research data availability
 •   Economies of scale
College of Medicine


Strengthen Education Mission &
       Quality of Faculty
            Education and Faculty
              COM Student Enrollment
College of Medicine

               Graduate     Professional   Residency   Total

    Chicago           223           785          831   1,839

    Peoria                          148          193     341

    Rockford                        156           33     189

    Urbana                          230           51     281

    Total             223          1,319       1,108   2,650
         Education and Faculty
                      Goals
College of Medicine

• Establish strong learning communities
• Remodel education space to accommodate
  small group learning
• Recruit and develop outstanding educators
• Develop and promote Masters as well as
  doctoral degree programs for MD’s
         Education and Faculty
   Establish a Teaching/Learning Center
College of Medicine
• The recent LCME report identified COM’s
  teaching/learning resources as partially/
  substantially out of compliance.
• The LCME report noted: “The Chicago
  campus needs to renovate existing facilities
  for teaching and study.”
   – Access to rooms for small group teaching is
     deficient.
   – Additional space is needed for student study and
     relaxation.
• Development of a new teaching/learning
  center used by all health science colleges.
         Education and Faculty
Need for a Teaching/Learning Center (cont.)
College of Medicine


• Current facilities have not been reconfigured
  for over 40 years
• Reconfigure and assign backfill space to
  develop new teaching/learning areas for COM
  and other health science colleges
         Education and Faculty
    Establish Strong Learning Communities
College of Medicine

•   Model program at Harvard
•   Clusters model of advisor
•   16/ M1, M2 Learning groups
•   32 M3 Clinical rotations
•   32 for Senior thesis
         Education and Faculty
                      UHP Mission
College of Medicine

To admit and prepare medical students
 from Illinois who will, upon completion
 of residency training, locate their
 practices in urban communities in any
 specialty deemed as needed for those
 communities
         Education and Faculty
                 UHP Graduation Data
College of Medicine
                                                            70
                                              65
            70                                                                              Incoming Class (-4 Years)
                 62      60       62                                                        Graduated

                                                                                            Withdrawn
            60
                                                       54                        53         Dismissed

                                                                           49
                                                                                           47
            50



                                                                                                    35
            40



            30



            20


                          4                                        3                   1
                                                   3
            10                2                                        3                                0
                                                       2                               1                    2


             0
                  2000                 2001                 2002                2003        2004
         Education and Faculty
                  UHP Rationale
College of Medicine

• The number of physicians in the US has more
  than doubled since 1970, but large cities are
  still more likely to be medically underserved
• Health disparities are more pronounced in
  urban areas because of factors like socio-
  economic status, ethnic/racial background,
  cultural beliefs, language barriers, etc.
         Education and Faculty
          UHP: What is Being Done?
College of Medicine

• Currently, there is no comprehensive program
  at any medical school that takes a
  longitudinal approach to the problem
• UIC COM is beginning to address cultural
  competence for all students, though not
  necessarily focused on the needs of urban
  residents
         Education and Faculty
               UHP Strategic Aims
College of Medicine

• To develop a thematic continuum that begins in
  college, is developed in medical school, and
  continues into residency training
• To admit a cohort (15 to 25 students) each year that
  works as a group through medical school,
  participating in a curriculum that enriches their
  preparation for an urban practice
• To offer participants an opportunity to combine the
  MD with an MPH, or partake in independent study of
  urban health care issues
• To work with select UIC residency programs to retain
  these students in our own medical center
• Mentorship and collaboration with public agencies
         Education and Faculty
                 COM Faculty FTE
College of Medicine

                        FY00          FY04

   Tenure Track        339     47%   302     40%
   Faculty
   Research             82     12%   132     17%
   Faculty
   Phys/Surgeon &      288     41%   329     43%
   Other
   Total               709           763
         Education and Faculty
                    COM Faculty FTE
College of Medicine

             FY00                            FY04




                                                              40%
41%
                                       43%
                           47%




       12%      Tenure Track Faculty
                                                    Tenure Track Faculty
                Research Faculty             17%
                                                    Research Faculty
                Phys/Surg/Other                     Phys/Surg/Other
           Education and Faculty
 FY04 Chicago Faculty Activity & Revenue
College of Medicine
   Basic Science Faculty    Clinical Faculty
   Teaching/Admin     25%   Teaching/Admin     19%
   /Service                 /Service
   Research           75%   Research           38%
                            Hospital/Service   10%
                            Patient Care       33%
   Revenues                 Revenues
   State/Tuition      21%   State/Tuition      16%
   Institutional      5%    Institutional      3%
   Grants/Gifts/      74%   Grants/Gifts/      34%
   Other                    Other
                            MSP                47%
          Education and Faculty
Improve Recruitment and Retention of Faculty
 College of Medicine

 • Clarify and build consensus on track system
 • Recruit tenure track from top 20
 • Have plan and mentorship arrangements
   made before any tenure track start
 • Reduce % of faculty on tenure track
 • Increase percentage of women and
   underrepresented minorities on faculty and in
   leadership positions in college
         Education and Faculty
         Develop Outstanding Faculty
College of Medicine

• Promote clinician teacher track as the
  “modal” path for most physicians
• Encourage coursework in teaching
• Peer review and mentorship of teaching
• Make this path the route to “Top Docs”
• Encourage and reward innovations that lead
  to referral networks
• Reward participation with clinical scientist in
  enrolling patients in clinical trials
College of Medicine



      Collaboration & Affiliation
                 Collaboration
                      Internal
College of Medicine

• Across departments
• Across colleges
• Seed money to support interdisciplinary pilot
  studies
• Joint NIH application - Program Project
                    Collaboration
                           External
College of Medicine

• Develop Strong Collaborations in Chicago
   • Define needs for for collaboration
        • Student placements, research collaboration, clinical
          arrangements
        • Identify partners that fit needs
   –   County and Rush
   –   Area Community Hospitals
   –   Advocate system
   –   Chicago BOH
   –   State agencies
   –   Corporations
                 Collaboration
       Establish Urban Health Institute
College of Medicine

•   Montefiore-Einstein/Hopkins
•   Research into urban disease
•   Research in health care delivery
•   Foster public-academic-private partnership
•   Brings together multiple west side providers
    and scientists
College of Medicine



 Summary and Resource Needs
Resources Needed through 2010
College of Medicine

   Personnel                              $s Start-up           $s Recurring
           15 Basic Scientists @ 1M                     $15M                    $3M
       12 Clinical Scientists @ 1.5 M                   $18M                    $4M
      2 Urban Health Scholars @ 3M                      $.6M                   $.5M
   Remodelling
         Clinical Learning Laboratory                    $2M                   $.25M
   Equipment
               Virtual Reality Learning                  $2M                   $.25M
   Information Technology                                $3M                     $1M

   Total                                                40.6M                    9M
                   ICR Return
College of Medicine
• Increase ICR from 30% to 50%
   –   6.5M in FY 06
   –   6.9M in FY 07
   –   7.2M in FY 08
   –   7.8M in FY 09
   –   8.8M in FY 2010
   –   Total $37.2M for startup
            Recurring Funding
College of Medicine

  Recurring Funds
  • Increase starting FY 07-2010
     • 15M Recurring funds
  • Increase Student enrollment by 20/year (10
    Illinois, 10 Out of State)
     • $700,000 in FY 07
     • $2.8M by 2010
  • Total: $12.2M GRF, $2.8M tuition
 Investment and Building Funds
College of Medicine
• Capital budget request
   –   Rockford addition
   –   Teaching/Learning Center
   –   MSB/RRC upgrades
   –   EEI
   –   Deferred maintenance
                       2010 Goals
College of Medicine

                                      2005               2010

   Faculty Size                        763 FTE             800 FTE
   Undergrad Students                      1320                1386
   Space                          910,000 sq. ft.   1,070,000 sq. ft.
   Fundraising                     $23,000,000         $40,000,000
   State Funding (inc. tuition)    $69,846,000         $84,000,000
   ICR                             $32,000,000         $45,000,000
   Grant Funding                  $108,000,000        $150,000,000
   MSP Funding                    $100,000,000        $128,000,000
   Grant #s/Prog Proj/Centers                  8                 16

				
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