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Louisiana State University and Agriculture & Mechanical College            

2009-10 Budget Plan

Chancellor Michael V. Martin  

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Status Report on Preparation of the FY 2009‐2010 Operating Budget  Louisiana State University  July 8, 2009  This document reflects the current status of the FY 2009‐2010 Operating Budget that is still being  developed.  It is a work‐in‐progress and will change as more detailed information is received from the  individual  units  across  campus  over  the  next  few  days.    At  this  time,  units  are  preparing  detailed  budget  reduction  documents  due  at  close  of  business  today  and  the  administration  will  begin  reviewing and approving them over the next two days.  As soon as I have more detailed information  on the cuts, I will forward to the System.     As I stated last January, LSU’s primary goal is to continue to provide the quality and quantity of  instruction  our  students  need  to  graduate  on  schedule  while  meeting  all  grant  and  contract  obligations  as  we  seek  new  instruction,  research,  public  service,  and  economic  development  opportunities.      Even  after  completion  of  the  FY  2009‐2010  Operating  Budget,  we  will  continue  to  work  with  the  faculty,  staff,  and  student  leadership  to  determine  strategies,  impacts,  and  consequences  of  our  actions  on  future  budgets  while  keeping  the  broader  campus  informed  and  involved as necessary.  We have used and will continue to use the following guidelines and criteria for  developing budgets we established last  January:   •

We will continue to assert that investments in Louisiana’s land‐, sea‐, and space‐grant  institution and the Flagship University are essential in shaping a brighter long term social‐ economic future for all the State’s citizens.  

In implementing budget cuts, we will attempt to:    

(1) preserve and protect the University’s academic, mission driven, excellence oriented core   (2) maintain momentum in adapting and implementing the Flagship Agenda  

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(3) retain sufficient flexibility if possible to pursue programmatic “targets of opportunity”   (4) seek every possible cost saving efficiency in both academic and non‐academic functions,  including inter‐institutional partnerships and collaborations   (5) pursue new sources of revenue including successfully completing the Forever LSU Campaign  (6) protect jobs for critical personnel and long serving employees.     We are grateful to the Governor and the Legislature for providing substantial relief from the level  of  budget  cuts  suggested  last  January.    Their  actions  have  allowed  the  University  to  minimize  reductions  on  the  academic  core  and  lessen  the  impact  of  the  cuts  on  students,  faculty  and  staff…  particularly in reducing the number of prepared layoffs and permit us to teach some 28,000 students  this fall semester.     You have heard, and will continue to hear, a range of budget cut numbers and percentages for our  campus.  These numbers are all different,  and probably all correct.  For example, the reported cut of  $19,508,278  (4.3%)  is  the  reduction  in  total  state  appropriation  between  two  points  in  time,  July  1,  2008 to July 1, 2009.  This number includes changes in not only state general fund appropriations, but  also  statutory  dedicated  funds  for  Fire  &  Emergency  Training  and  Truancy  Assessment  &  Service  Centers,  interagency  transfer  funds  for  “budget  stabilization”,  and  gross  self‐generated  revenues  resulting  from  a  5%  tuition  increase,  a  graduate  student  $30/student  credit  hour  increase,  and  an  increase specifically for MBA students and Veterinary Medicine students (more details are shown in  attachment  1).    However,  in  dealing  with  the  FY  2009‐10  Operating  Budget,    we  must  also  include  internal  increases  in  costs  such  as  “unfunded  mandates,”  faculty  promotions    and  continuation  of  scholarship programs.  Also impacting the budget are tuition and fee exemptions associated with the  increases described in the attachment.  After consideration of all these budget issues, we determined  that the projected costs exceeded revenues by approximately $27million for FY2009‐10.  To address 

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this  shortfall  in  revenues,  we  are  now  in  the  process  of  making  the  following  internal  budget  adjustments:  I.

Adjustments to auxiliary, ancillary and support units:  Auxiliary enterprise surcharge increase by 2% (from 3% to 5%)  Partially, or totally, removing the subsidy from ancillary units such as the Student Recreation  Center and the Child Care Center  Cut statutory dedicated funds to Fire & Emergency and AVATAR   Cut the operating budgets of academic support units such as the Art and Rural Life Museums,  LSU Press, and Southern Review.  Cut the budgets of research support units (CAMD and CCT).  Cut all vacant positions from the Multidisciplinary Hiring Initiation program 

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Furlough classified and professional staff and to also include auxiliaries.   At this time, the plan is to furlough classified and professional staff for a ten month period  (September through June) at an average of 3% of salary/wages or a total of approximately 52  hours per employee. 

III.

Cut the budget of non‐academic units an average of 5%. This will include unfunding a number 

 

of positions that had become vacant since the mid‐year cut, reduction in all general support 

 

budgets.  

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Cut the budget of academic units an average of 3%. 

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The budget reductions to the colleges will range from 2% to 5% with this modest differential  reflecting  such  factors  as:  a)  enrollment  growth  trends  and  projections,  b)  consideration  of  “Foundations of Excellence” programs, c) contributions to the Flagship Agenda, d) significance  in  our  commitment  to  community  engagement,  e)  national  ranking  and  recognition,  f)  competitiveness  in  generating  extramural  grants  and  contracts  to  support  our  research  mission, and g) impacts across campus on other colleges and programs.    V.

No merit pay increases for any employees ... general fund units and auxiliaries.  A  progressive  university  must  recruit,  retain  and  reward  outstanding  faculty  and  staff.    It  is  unfortunate  that  FY  2009‐10  will  be  only  the  second  year  over  the  last  eleven  years  (since  1999‐2000) when a merit program to reward faculty and staff for their performance has not  been  provided.    We  understand  why  no  merit  raise  program  will  be  available  but  we  are  concerned on the long‐term impact of such actions in our ability to maintain the quality of our  workforce  which  is,  by  far,  the  most  valuable  asset  we  have  at  this  University.    The  combination  of  no  merit  pay  and  furlough  (reduction  in  pay)  could  affect  employee  morale  and productivity.  The actions by the Governor and Legislature to reduce the initial cuts, and following our own  

guidelines and criteria in implementing the cuts allows us to minimize the impact on the colleges to a  manageable level in FY 2009‐2010 and materially reduce the number of layoffs.  We expect  further  allocations and reallocations will occur as we continue the transition in realigning units and programs  to achieve greater efficiency and effectiveness.  It is also important to note that in light of expected  future  funding  challenges,  we  will  launch  a  process  in  conjunction  with  realignment,  aimed  at  carefully considering academic program eliminations and/or reductions.  This process, too, will likely  impact long term funding allocations. 

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I look forward to providing more detailed information on our FY 2009‐2010 Operating Budget  as we complete the final product over the next several weeks.                   

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Brief Summary of House Bill 1 & HB 881 (Appropriation Bill) - LSU System Office Estimates FY 2009-2010 As of June 30, 2009

State General Fund Direct Budget Reduction for Higher Education HB 881 Conference Committee Actions Agriculture Center Language Adjustment Increase Funding for Truancy Assessment & Service Centers (HB1) Increase Funding for Truancy Assessment & Service Centers (HB 881) Subtotal State General Fund Direct

($70,925,365) $15,294,747 ($650,546) $200,000 $225,000 ($55,856,164)

Statutory Dedicated Funds Non-recur Funding for Truancy Assessment & Service Centers Non-recur Funding for AVATAR Digital Media Center Reduce Firemen Training Fund Overcollections Fund Fire & Emergency Training SELF Projected Revenue Shortfall Subtotal Statutory Dedicated

($242,250) ($950,000) ($400,000) $1,250,000 ($1,376,378)

Interagency Transfers Budget Stabilization Funds Decrease Funding for Truancy Assessment & Service Centers Subtotal Interagency Transfers

$38,653,041 ($4,092,060)

Self-Generated Revenue 5% Tuition Increase Graduate Student $30/SCH Tuition Increase Veterinary Medicine 5% Tuition Increase Veterinary Medicine $750/semester Tuition Increase Veterinary Medicine (SREB Contract $275K, Hospital $475K) Executive MBA 5% Tuition Increase MBA Professional Fee $1,000/Semester Increase Increase Tuition at Laboratory School Subtotal Self-generated

$8,400,000 $2,724,000 $220,000 $540,000 $750,000 $250,000 $686,000 $250,000

($1,718,628)

$34,560,981

$13,820,000

Grand Total FY 2008-2009 MID YEAR CUT State General Fund Direct Statutory Dedicated Funds - Overcollections Fund

($9,193,811)

($10,251,717) ($62,750) ($10,314,467)

Grand Total Including FY 08-09 Mid Year Cut

($19,508,278)

LSU Budget and Planning O:\2009-2010\Budget Cut\2009-10 Budget Cut Campus Responses\LSU\HB1 BOS Estimate Summary 063009.XLS

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Paul M. Hebert Law Center            

2009-10 Budget Plan

Chancellor Jack Weiss  

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Budget Reduction Form 1 Campus: LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center FISCAL YEAR 2009-2010 BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS State General Fund Reduction Statutory Dedications (SELF Fund) Reduction Other Statutory Dedication Reductions 2009/2010 Self-Generated Revenue Adjustments (List): Authorized tuition increase-Regents Plan Other Legislatively authorized tuition increases Other Self Generated Revenue Changes

Interagency Transfer Revenue Adjustments: Federal Stimulus Dollars Medicaid Other

Adjustment (2,475,497) (66,415)

992,495

1,696,281

Federal Revenue Adjustments Total 2009/2010 Net Changes to Operating Budget

146,864

2009/2010 Additional Budget Needs (Show as a Negative): Projected Unfunded Mandates: Annualization of 08-09 Civil Service Merits OGB ORM Legislative Auditor Teachers' Retirement System Computing Services

(19,872) (19,186) (116,633) (4,889)

Other Required Needs or Changes (Detail): Increase in Tuition Waivers Critical New Hires and Equity Adjustments Critical Equity Adjustments Endowed Scholarship Shortfall 2009 Research Change from 2008

Total 2009/2010 Total Target Budget Reduction after Internal Adjustments

(926,744) (529,223) (28,700) (30,000) (20,500)

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Budget Reduction Form 2 Campus : LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center

Unit/Activity/Program Being Reduced

Attrition - Various Departments Utilize Publication Sales Revenue for Operating Budget Suspend Argentina Program Clinic Renovation Substitute CD's for Books for Continuing Education Program LLM Program Reallocation Business Law Center Reduce Full Scholarships for Law Review Board Suspend Law Magazine Reduce Distinguished Foreign Visitors Program to a Maximum of 2 Visitors Suspend Visiting Professors Program Suspend Summer Program Educational Visits Travel Tucker Lecture Library Books and Electronic Databases and Journals Reduce Student Workers from Main Campus- Various Depts. Executive Administrator's Furlough 5 Unclassified Support Positions - Various Depts.

Total Reductions

FY 2009-2010 Budget Reduction Details

Existing Budget 08- Budgeted 09-10

Change from 08-09

Description of Reduction

9,894,038

80,636 34,750 340,000

0 0 0

75,000 15,000 36,000 80,000 22,000

0 0 0 0 0

(75,000) (15,000) (36,000) (80,000) (22,000)

52,500 255,305 5,000 481,807 15,000 1,055,218

15,000 0 0 406,807 0 930,218

(37,500) (255,305) (5,000) (75,000) (15,000) (125,000)

376,465

298,278

15,293 250,216

0 0

(78,187) Reduce Student Workers from Main Campus - Various Depts. Executive Administrator's Furlough for Chancellor and Vice(15,293) Chancellors (2.3 - 3.45%) (250,216) Eliminate 5 Unclassified Support Positions

11,544,341

Employees Vacancies Furloughed Eliminated/Frozen

Estimated attrition savings (Not including 08/09 mid-year reduction of (8,996) $458,736)

9,903,034

13,093,224

Employees Laid Off

(80,636) Fund support costs with revenue from publication sales (34,750) Suspend Argentina summer program (340,000) One-time 08/09 renovation expenses for new clinical program

(1,548,883)

Substitute CD's for Books for Continuing Education Program LLM Program Reallocation Reallocation of funds from Business Law Center Reduce Full Scholarships for Law Review Board Suspend Law Magazine Reduce Distinguished Foreign Visitors Program to a Maximum of 2 Visitors Suspend Visiting Professors Program Suspend Summer Program Educational Visits Reduce Travel Tucker Lecture Reduce Library Books and Electronic Databases and Journals

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5

3

0

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Campus: LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center

Budget Reduction Form 3

Employees Laid Off

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

Title Human Resources Analyst Library Associate Library Associate Coordinator of Communications/Ext. Resources Coordinator of Center of Civil Law Studies

Total

Employees Furloughed Annual Savings 54,644 44,659 42,670 55,044 53,199

250,216

Title 1 Chancellor (3.45%) 2 Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs (2.3%) 3 Vice Chancellor for Business & Financial Affairs (2.3%) 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Total

Vacant Positions Eliminated Annual Savings 9,742 3,215 2,336

15,293

Title

Annual Savings

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Total

0

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Pennington Biomedical Research Center            

2009-10 Budget Plan

Executive Director Claude Bouchard  

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Pennington Biomedical Research Center LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY

FY10 Budget Cut Methodology July 8, 2009

The guiding principles in planning for the FY10 state budget cut were to protect our core function of research to the extent possible and to protect jobs. Of course, it was impossible to totally shield our research units from budget cuts, but we looked first to other areas for cost savings. As a result, the percentage cuts to the administrative offices and to our maintenance and facilities activities are greater than those to our research laboratories and our core laboratories units. PBRC has enjoyed a reputation among the academic community of providing superior administrative support to researchers. This not only allows scientists to focus their time and effort on direct research activities but also has been an effective tool in recruiting and retaining scientists. Further cuts to administrative services will ultimately negatively impact the Center’s research productivity and success. The budget for executive management has been cut by 7%. The budget for administration and financial services has been cut by 5%. Administrative travel and training has been eliminated, and we have eliminated the use of student workers in administrative offices. There are two regular, full time jobs in these units which were filled but have now been eliminated. We already have implemented measures in the management of our facilities and infrastructure to save utility costs and will implement measures in grounds maintenance, custodial services, and facilities maintenance to generate additional savings. The facilities budget has been reduced by 9%, and we have eliminated one filled position. We anticipate savings totaling about half a million dollars from these measures. However, when the new PBRC Clinical Research building opens late in the present fiscal year, fuel consumption will increase significantly. In spite of those efforts, our research laboratories and core services have had to absorb a 4% cut in support. We have closed, or will soon close, 5 laboratories out of the 53 currently in operation. When one considers the positive multipliers that research grants bring, the closing of research labs will have a multiplied negative effect that far exceeds the direct loss of state support. In addition, state funding that had been provided to existing research units for pilot and feasibility studies has been reduced from $250,000 to $100,000. Cutting this areas was particularly painful. If PBRC is to be the economic engine that many advocate, flexible funds for scientists to explore innovative ideas must be increased - not decreased. A 4% budget cut has also been imposed to the network of our 19 core service units that directly support our research efforts. Examples of core service units include mass spectrometry, proteomics and metabolomics, clinical chemistry, cell biology and imaging, and the metabolic chambers. These core laboratories are a cost efficient way to increase the productivity of all laboratories and contribute to Pennington’s success rate in peer reviewed funding by making grant applications more competitive. A large single state-funded expense for us at PBRC has been the cost of maintaining our research equipment, a cost that amounts to more than $700,000 per year. We will shift nearly all of these costs to non-state funds. The Center was fortunate to have federal funds to absorb this burden, but as maintenance costs continue to increase federal funds will be insufficient to cover this expense. Further, while this move will be of great help in absorbing the state budget reduction, it will diminish our ability to acquire new equipment. These measures taken together were sufficient to absorb the 9.75% cut to the PBRC state budget. However, they will globally translate in a loss of 15 positions during the current fiscal year.

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Budget Reduction Form 1 Campus: Pennington Biomedical Research Center FISCAL YEAR 2009-2010 BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS State General Fund Reduction Statutory Dedications (SELF Fund) Reduction Other Statutory Dedication Reductions

Adjustment (1,338,880) (15,681) 0

2009/2010 Self-Generated Revenue Adjustments (List): Authorized tuition increase-Regents Plan Other Legislatively authorized tuition increases Other Self Generated Revenue Changes

0 0 0

Interagency Transfer Revenue Adjustments: Federal Stimulus Dollars Medicaid Other

0 0 0

Federal Revenue Adjustments

0

Total 2009/2010 Net Changes to Operating Budget

(1,354,561)

2009/2010 Additional Budget Needs (Show as a Negative): Projected Unfunded Mandates: Annualization of 08-09 Civil Service Merits OGB ORM Legislative Auditor Teachers' Retirement System Computing Services

Other Required Needs or Changes (Detail):

Total 2009/2010 Changes to Budget and Other Requirements & Needs

(33,690) (22,278) (130,364) 0 0 0

0

(1 540 893) (1,540,893) 16


Budget Reduction Form 2 Campus : Pennington Biomedical Research Center

Unit/Activity/Program Being Reduced Pilot and Feasibility Studies

FY 2009-2010 Budget Reduction Details

Existing Budget 08-09

Budgeted 09-10

Change from 08-09

Description of Reduction The number of Pilot and Feasibility studies funded by the center will be reduced by (150,000) more than half.

250,000

100,000

Closed Laboratories Direct Support to Professors Direct Support to Associate Professors Direct Support to Assistant Professors Direct Support to Instructors

347,596 2,426,394 557,990 509,046 54,000

0 2,331,000 554,000 487,000 28,500

(347,596) (95,394) (3,990) (22,046) (25,500)

Core Services Equipment Maintenance Operations and Maintenance Irene's Deli

4,532,301 475,000 1,935,397 42,607

4,351,000 0 1,835,000 0

(181,301) (475,000) (100,397) (42,607)

97,062

0

11,227,393

9,686,500

(97,062) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (1,540,893)

Administrative Offices

Total Reductions

Five laboratories have been closed and the positions they funded will not be refilled 3-5% Reduction in Direct State Support 3-5% Reduction in Direct State Support 3-5% Reduction in Direct State Support 50% Reduction in Direct State Support Reduction in Direct Support provided to Core Services in Basic, Clinical and Poplulation Science Transfer of some Equipment Maintenance Costs to Restricted funds Elimination of 1 Filled Position and Effiency Measures to reduce Utility costs. Eliminaton of Deli operations Reduction in Support to Various Administrative Offices personnel resulting in four vacant poistions not being filled and one layoff

Employees Laid Off

Employees Furloughed

Vacancies Eliminated

8

1 1 1

3

4

0

12

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Campus: Pennington Biomedical Research Center

Budget Reduction Form 3

Employees Laid Off Title 1 Manager - Catering Services 2 Horticultural Attendant 3 Information Technology Analyst 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

Total

Employees Furloughed Annual Savings 34,000 27,000 20,000

81,000

Title

Vacant Positions Eliminated Annual Savings

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

Total

0

Title Professor Post Doctoral Researcher Associate Professor Research Associate Associate Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Associate Professor Human Resources Coordinator Administrative Coordinator IT Applications Developer IT Applications Developer

Total

Annual Savings 45,000 20,000 30,000 23,869 60,000 109,219 39,964 19,544 27,000 27,062 16,500 16,500

434,658

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LSU Agricultural Center            

2009-10 Budget Plan

Chancellor William Richardson  

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Budget Reduction Form 1 Campus: LSU Agricultural Center FISCAL YEAR 2009-2010 BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS State General Fund Reduction Statutory Dedications (SELF Fund) Reduction Other Statutory Dedication Reductions 2009/2010 Self-Generated Revenue Adjustments (List): Authorized tuition increase-Regents Plan Other Legislatively authorized tuition increases Other Self Generated Revenue Changes

Adjustment (4,400,003) (484,151) 2,010,520

540,000

Interagency Transfer Revenue Adjustments: Federal Stimulus Dollars Medicaid Other Federal Revenue Adjustments Total 2009/2010 Net Changes to Operating Budget

(2,333,634)

2009/2010 Additional Budget Needs (Show as a Negative): Projected Unfunded Mandates: Annualization of 08-09 Civil Service Merits OGB ORM Legislative Auditor Teachers' Retirement System Computing Services Civil Service Program Other Required Needs or Changes (Detail): Indirect Costs Increase from Baton Rouge Campus

Total 2009/2010 Changes to Budget and Other Requirements & Needs

(318,364) (658,578) (634,633)

634

(185,449)

(4,130,024)

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Budget Reduction Form 2 Campus : LSU Agricultural Center

Unit/Activity/Program Being Reduced Vacancies and reduction in effort LAES Research Administrative Departments on Campus Research Stations near Campus Research Stations statewide LCES Extension ANR Programs 4H Youth Development Programs FCS Programs Classified Positions Administrative Administrative Positions Reduction in operating and support funding Reduction in support in Administrative Units LAES Administrative Operating Budget reduction Reduction in research support in 6 departments and 8 research stations. Reduction in Extension support in departments, regional, and parish offices Reduction in funding of Initiatives Delta Regional Initiative Reduce waterways funding to Northwestern State Reduce FPDC funding to Louisiana Tech University

Total Reductions

FY 2009-2010 Budget Reduction Details

Existing Budget 08- Budgeted 09-10

Change from 08-09

Description of Reduction

Employees Laid Off

Employees Furloughed

Vacancies Eliminated

Reduction in 30% effort of assistant vice chancellor Reduce state funded Research positions by unfunding 43 recent hiring freeze vacancies representing 39.4 FTE representing 6% of salaries budgeted for 08-09. The Research state salary budget has been reduced by 14% since July 1, 2008.

10.0 4.0 25.4

0 0 0 0

(445,676) Reduce state funded Extension positions by unfunding recent hiring freeze vacancies (210,574) representing 32 FTE. The Extension state salary budget has been reduced by 21.7% (154,414) since July 1, 2008. (27,588)

14.0 9.0 6.0 3.0

678,088

0

(678,088) Reduce state funded administrative positions by unfunding recent hiring freeze vacancies representing 10.3 FTE.

10.3

1,826,616 426,000

1,502,763 226,000

7,259,018

6,807,321

6,879,136

6,080,717

200,000 147,010 55,000

44,300 132,310 49,500

19,078,492

14,948,468

158,335 335,929 158,720 116,388

105,557 0 0 0

445,676 210,574 154,414 27,588

(52,778) (335,929) (158,720) (116,388)

(323,853) Reduction in Administrative Units budget for travel, operating services, and supplies (200,000) Cut funds used for operating services and supplies Cut funds budgeted for travel, operating services and supplies by 7% of existing (451,697) budget. Cut funds budgeted for travel, operating services and supplies by 12% in all Extension (798,419) departments, regional offices, and parish offices.

(155,700) Reduction in appropriation for the Delta Regional Initiative (14,700) Reduce budget for waterways funding to Northwestern (5,500) Reduce budget for forest products development lab

(4,130,024)

0

0

81.7

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Campus: LSU Agricultural Center

Budget Reduction Form 3

Employees Laid Off Title

Employees Furloughed Annual Savings

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

Title

Vacant Positions Eliminated Annual Savings

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

Total

0

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

Total

0

Title Professor (3.8) Instructor (6.0) Research Associates (7.7) Associate Professor (1.0) Assistant Professor (3.7) Extension Agent (6.7) Extension Associate (2.8) Assistant Extension Agent (2.0) Home Economist (3.4) Assistant Home Economist (3.6) Classified (33.7) Unclassified - Administrative (7.30)

Total

Annual Savings 134,082 179,418 207,549 27,581 93,894 158,618 45,296 21,992 68,024 49,398 881,940 389,955

2,257,747

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Louisiana State University in Shreveport            

2009-10 Budget Plan

Chancellor Vincent Marsala  

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Budget Reallocation and Reduction Form 1 Campus: Louisiana State University in Shreveport FISCAL YEAR 2009-2010 BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS State General Fund Reduction Funding Swap as part of HB 881 HB 881 Funding Statutory Dedications (SELF Fund) Reduction Other Statutory Dedication Reductions (Overcollection Fund) 2009/2010 Self-Generated Revenue Adjustments (List): Authorized tuition increase-Regents Plan Other Legislatively authorized tuition increases Other Self Generated Revenue Changes

Interagency Transfer Revenue Adjustments: Federal Stimulus Dollars Medicaid Other

Adjustment (5,631,394) (46,812) 1,220,266 (105,147) (190,000)

586,786 147,420

3,043,779

Federal Revenue Adjustments Total 2009/2010 Net Changes to Operating Budget

(975,102)

2009/2010 Additional Budget Needs (Show as a Negative): Projected Unfunded Mandates: Annualization of 08-09 Civil Service Merits OGB ORM Legislative Auditor LASERS Retirement System Computing Services

Other Required Needs or Changes (Detail): Annualization of mid year budget cut

Total 2009/2010 Changes to Budget and Other Requirements & Needs

(63,681) (144,722) (253,745) 11,419 (3,460)

(787,084)

(2,216,375) 27


Budget Reduction Form 2 Campus : Louisiana State University in Shreveport

Unit/Activity/Program Being Reduced

FY 2009-2010 Budget Reallocation and Reduction Details

Existing Budget 08- Budgeted 09-10

Change from 08-09

Description of Reduction

Intercollegiate Athletics

220,000

0

University Police Official Functions

506,421 10,000

406,421 0

University Catalog Retirement Costs Faculty Development Faculty Research

17,500 162,849 10,000 10,000

0 100,000 0 0

(17,500) (62,849) (10,000) (10,000)

79,867 3,000

0 0

(79,867) (3,000)

145,742 1,231,827 435,112 901,699

0 0 0 691,229

(145,742) (1,231,827) (435,112) (210,470)

500,000 500 000 108,276 238,952

300,000 300 000 0 138,952

Admissions and Records Insurance Consortium

1,002,409 175,000

1,407,057 135,000

Facility Services LaPrep Program Dual Enrollment Dual Enrollment Fee Exemptions and Waivers Retiree Health and Life Insurance Scholarships and Fellowships Office of Risk Management Legislative Auditors

879,989 200,000 0 0 1,200,000 1,120,000 778,000 536,945 55,660

779,989 0 212,000 45,000 1,284,294 1,000,000 978,000 790,690 44,241

10,529,248

8,312,873

(200,000) (200 000) Reduce operating costs costs, transfering expenditures to restricted grant (108,276) Reduce purchases of library books and materials (100,000) Reduce travel by $100,000 Reallocation of funds to provided funding for six staff positions, operating services, and supplies to increase enrollment and recruitment 404,648 efforts (40,000) Reduce operating expenses for this department Transfer an additional $100,000 in utility costs to restricted/auxiliary (100,000) operations (200,000) Eliminate LaPrep program due to 212,000 Added Scholarships for Dual Enrollment program. 45,000 Added cost of instructors for Dual Enrollment program 84,294 Added cost of fee exemptions and waivers (120,000) Reduced costs for retiree health and life insurance 200,000 Added funds to University Scholarship program 253,745 Added costs for Office of Risk Management (11,419) Reduced costs for Legislative Auditors 0 0 0 (2,216,375)

Center for Business Research Staff Senate Institute for Human Services and Public Policy Vacant faculty positions Vacant staff positions Reorganization of Academic Colleges Anamation and Visual Arts Library All Departments

Total Reductions

Employees Laid Off

Employees Furloughed

Vacancies Eliminated

(220,000) Eliminate transfer of $220,000 to Athletic Fund for Athletic Scholarships Transfer $100,000 in expenditures from General Fund to Restricted Funds (Safety Fee) This transfers three FTE positions to restricted (100,000) funds (10,000) Eliminate Official Functions account Eliminate University Catalog account, Catalog is now available on-line Reduce estimated costs for termination pay for retiring employees Eliminate Faculty Development program Eliminate Faculty Research program Transfer Director's salary to restricted fund. This transfers one FTE position to restricted funds Eliminate funding for Staff Senate Eliminate two vacant positions and transfer remaining costs to restricted fund Eliminate all vacant faculty positions Eliminate all vacant staff positions Consolidation of Colleges, eliminate two Dean's positions

2 12 14 2

(6)

0

0

24

28


Campus: Louisiana State University in Shreveport

Budget Reallocation and Reduction Form 3

Employees Laid Off Title

Employees Furloughed Annual Savings

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

Title

Vacant Positions Eliminated Annual Savings

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 Total

0

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 Total

0

Title Professor, Accounting Associate Professor, Management & Mark. Dean & Professor, College of Business Assistant Professor, Education Assistant Professor, Education Civil Service, Education Professor, Kinesiology Assistant to the Dean, Continuing Education Professor, English Associate Professor, English Professors, History and Social Science Associate Professor, History and Social Science Instructor, Institute for Human Services Civil Service, Institute for Human Services Associate Professor, Biological Science Associate Professor, Computer Science Professor, Computer Science Professor and Dean, College of Science Civil Service, College of Science Analyist, Information Technology - Academic Assistant Director, Career Planning & Place. Associate Vice Chancellor, Academic Affairs Accounting Specialist, Accounting Services Analyist, Information Technology - Institutional Director, Development Custodian, Custodial Services Custodian, Custodial Services Custodian, Custodial Services Custodian, Custodial Services Counselor, Counseling Center

Related Benefits

Total

Annual Savings 82,544 79,265 90,620 30,423 55,000 20,025 71,883 12,001 46,561 38,850 45,000 50,913 10,001 21,360 62,600 63,543 78,000 101,950 14,252 43,500 38,500 86,425 18,450 40,000 30,000 6,865 16,642 16,642 16,642 40,000

452,387

1,780,844

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Louisiana State University at Alexandria            

2009-10 Budget Plan

Chancellor David P. Manuel  

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Budget Reduction Form 1 Campus: Louisiana State University at Alexandria FISCAL YEAR 2009-2010 BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS State General Fund Reduction

Adjustment (3,334,018)

Statutory Dedications (SELF Fund) Reduction Other Statutory Dedication Reductions

(44,674) 0

2009/2010 Self-Generated Revenue Adjustments (List): Authorized tuition increase-Regents Plan Other Legislatively authorized tuition increases Other Self Generated Revenue Changes

328,463 0 0

Interagency Transfer Revenue Adjustments: Federal Stimulus Dollars Medicaid Other: Uncertain Enrollment Fund from LSU System

2,469,134 0 (200,000)

Federal Revenue Adjustments Total 2009/2010 Net Changes to Operating Budget

0 (781,095)

2009/2010 Additional Budget Needs (Show as a Negative): Projected Unfunded Mandates: Annualization of 08-09 Civil Service Merits OGB ORM Teachers' Retirement System

(44,993) (45,886) (186,602) (49,391)

Other Required Needs or Changes (Detail): Replacement Telephone Switch Endowed Professorship Shortfall Critical Accreditation Support (NCATE, SACS)

(110,000) (100,000) (50,000)

Total 2009/2010 Changes to Budget and Other Requirements & Needs

(1,367,967)

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Budget Reduction Form 2 Campus : Louisiana State University at Alexandria

Unit/Activity/Program Being Reduced Academic: College of Arts and Sciences Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Department of Arts, English, and Humanities Department of Mathematics & Physical Sciences

FY 2009-2010 Budget Reduction Details

Existing Budget 08-09

Budgeted 09-10

629,096

571,322

1,277,781

1,217,072

967,440

869,791

Department of Biological Sciences College of Professional Studies

655,406

606,015 0

Department of Business Administration

719,359

577,240

Department of Education

Department of Nursing Department of Allied Health Administrative Offices/Departments:

Computing Services & Educational Technology

863,015

836,389

1,093,073

1,008,203

487,532

456,493 0

Change from 08-09

0 Eliminate one vacant faculty position. Eliminate student labor. Reduce adjunct (57,774) instructors. Reduce one 12 month faculty director to 9 month teaching position. Eliminate student labor. Travel and supplies support reduced. Increase department head and instructor workload, class size, and reduce adjunct instructors (8). Move Theatre operations (60,709) support to Auxiliary services. Eliminate two vacant faculty positions and increase department head and instructor (97,649) workload, class size, and reduce adjunct instructors (14). Eliminate student labor. Eliminate one vacant faculty position. Increase instructor workload and class size, and (49,391) reduce adjunct instructors (6). Eliminate student labor. Eliminate two vacant faculty positions. Increase department head and instructor (142,119) workload, class size, and reduce adjunct instructors (13). Eliminate student labor.

Employees Furloughed

8

6

1

13

2

4 8

1,459,005

1,336,642

(122,363)

Finance and Administrative Services Institutional Research and Effectiveness

895,336 225,650

785,927 130,650

(109,409) (95,000)

Institutional Advancement Library Services

203,091 531,388

148,091 480,272

Student Services

227,717

184,897

University Police

185,194

153,758

Enrollment Management, Admissions & Records

748,467

721,554

Academic Affairs

233,995

207,415

Advising Center

151,984

131,094

12,223,737

10,855,771

(55,000) Eliminated one vacant unclassified assistant director position. Eliminate one transient. (51,116) Reduce Library Books budget by 44%. Reduce Archives supplies by 45%. Move all Fitness Center operating services support to Auxiliary Services. Move one unclassified employee. Reduce one full-time career counselor to part-time. Eliminate remaining student labor in Student Services and cut all travel and reduce supplies support. Reduce Testing Center hours and services by eliminating remaining student (42,820) labor and eliminating all travel. Eliminate one vacant classified officer currently filled by a transient. Reduce support (31,436) supplies by half and all travel. Eliminate remaining student labor. Permanently reduce one Executive Director of Financial Aid unclassified position to Director. Eliminate remaining student labor. Reduce supplies and operating expenses (26,914) support. Travel support reduced. Eliminate one classified administrative assistant position. Eliminate student labor in Multi-Cultural Affairs and reduce travel, supplies and operating (26,580) expense support. Eliminate one vacant unclassified professional advisor positions created by Title III grant. (20,890) Eliminate student labor.Reduce travel support to local travel only . (1,367,967)

1 2

Increase instructor workload, class size, and reduce adjunct instructors (8). Travel, (31,039) operating services, and supplies support reduced.

(236,262)

1

14

Eliminate one vacant faculty position. Increase department head workload, and reduce (84,870) adjunct instructors (4). Eliminate student labor. Travel and supplies support reduced.

Move Campus cable technology and student administration software maintenance fee to Student Technology Fee. Move student computer lab student workers, supplies, and equipment purchases to Student Technology i h S d T h l F Fee . Eli Eliminate i one N Network k Ad Administrator i i Unclassified position. Eliminated one vacant classified plant operator position. Eliminate one retiring classified custodian supervisor position. Eliminate five classified custodial positions. Eliminate one vacant classified grounds position. Reduce operating services. Eliminate all transient pay and all student labor. Eliminate one classified employee in Mailroom. Eliminate one vacant accounting position. Move all fleet operating services to Auxiliary Services. Eliminate student temporary part-time labor. Reduce operating services and travel in Procurement Services and Human Resources. Eliminate two vacant unclassified positions.

Vacancies Eliminated

3

9

432,946

Total Reductions

Employees Laid Off

Eliminate Children's Center living classroom participation subsidy. Eliminate student (26,626) labor. Increase instructor workload and class size, and reduce adjunct instructors (9).

669,208

Facility Services

Description of Reduction

1

1

7

3

1

1 2 2

1 1

1 1 75

2

17

33


Campus: Louisiana State University at Alexandria

Budget Reduction Form 3

Employees Laid Off

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

Title Adjunct Faculty (65) Custodians (5) Administrative Assistants (2) Network Administrator Director of Auxiliary Services Temporary Student Labor/Transients

Total

Employees Furloughed Annual Savings 80,000 77,000 38,500 45,500 46,000 108,000

395,000

Title 1 Career Services Counselor 2 Museum Director 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

Total

Vacant Positions Eliminated Annual Savings 13,500 16,400

29,900

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

Title Faculty Custodian Supervisor Plant Operator Professional Advisor Assistant Director, Institutional Advancement Assistant to Director, IR&E Coordinator of Assessment Police Officer Grounds Assistant

Total

Annual Savings 330,000 27,000 29,000 35,000 40,000 31,000 50,000 25,000 15,800

582,800

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Louisiana State University ‐ Eunice            

2009-10 Budget Plan

Chancellor William Nunez  

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36


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Budget Reduction Form 1 Campus: Louisiana State University Eunice FISCAL YEAR 2009-2010 BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS State General Fund Reduction Statutory Dedications (SELF Fund) Reduction Other Statutory Dedication Reductions 2009/2010 Self-Generated Revenue Adjustments (List): Authorized tuition increase-Regents Plan Other Legislatively authorized tuition increases Other Self Generated Revenue Changes

Interagency Transfer Revenue Adjustments: Federal Stimulus Dollars Medicaid Other

Adjustment (1,742,089) (41,580)

143,631

1,251,551

Federal Revenue Adjustments Total 2009/2010 Net Changes to Operating Budget

(388,487)

2009/2010 Additional Budget Needs (Show as a Negative): Projected Unfunded Mandates: Annualization of 08-09 Civil Service Merits OGB ORM Legislative Auditor Teachers' Retirement System Computing Services

Other Required Needs or Changes (Detail): Faculty promotion adjustment

Total 2009/2010 Changes to Budget and Other Requirements & Needs

(43,067) (25,854) (80,862) (21,413)

(12,000)

(571,683) 39


Budget Reduction Form 2 Campus: Louisiana State University Eunice

Unit/Activity/Program Being Reduced

FY 2009-2010 Budget Reduction Details

Existing Budget 08- Budgeted 09-10

Change from 08-09

Description of Reduction

776,470 293,011

702,463 243,892

Academic Affairs--Salaries Operations and Maintenance (Buildings)-Wages

171,998

119,147

680,949

635,822

1,573,682

1,477,148

(45,127) Vacant maintenance position will not be filled. English position and part-time art position will not be filled causing sections (96,534) to be cancelled and others to be increased in size.

1,657,216

1,578,367

(78,849) Reduce travel, operating services, and supplies campuswide.

152,669 69,000 344,045

130,669 55,000 305,291

167,327

66,885

5,886,367

5,314,684

Operations and Maintenance -- Capital Outlay

Total Reductions

Employees Furloughed

Vacancies Eliminated

Vacant fire science position will not be filled ($54,896) resulting in the campus' limited ability to meet statewide fire and emergency services' educational needs; B&T Division head resigned administrative position and returned to teaching with a salary savings derived from merging this division with the Nursing & Allied Health Division ($19,111). (Merger (74,007) approved by LSU Board of Supervisors and Regents.) (49,119) Vacant support position will not be filled. Vacant curriculum/instructional technologist for online CALL initiative will not be filled. This will limit the campus' ability to expand its online distance (52,851) education courses/programs.

Business and Technology (B&T)--Salaries Information Technology--Salaries

Liberal Arts--Salaries Instructional Divisions and Institutional Support Depts. Instructional Divisions and Institutional Support Depts. Library Instructional Divisions -- Adjuncts

Employees Laid Off

1 1

1 1 2

(22,000) Reduce student employee labor campuswide. (14,000) Reduce books and periodicals. (38,754) Delete adjunct positions (2 FTE) (100,442) Reduce budget for maintenance repairs. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (571,683)

2

0

0

8

40


Campus: Louisiana State University Eunice

Budget Reduction Form 3

Employees Laid Off Title

Employees Furloughed Annual Savings

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Title

Vacant Positions Eliminated Annual Savings

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Total

0

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Total

0

Title Technology Service Administrator Instructional Technologist Maintenance Operator Art Faculty (part-time) Fire Science Faculty English Faculty Adjunct Faculty (2 FTE)

Total

Annual Savings 49,119 52,851 45,127 22,334 54,896 74,200 38,754

337,281

41


University of New Orleans            

2009-10 Budget Plan

Chancellor Timothy P. Ryan  

42


2009‐10 Budget Plan Under Revision 

43


Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center – New Orleans            

2009-10 Budget Plan

Chancellor Larry Hollier  

44


School of Allied Health Professions School of Dentistry School of Graduate Studies School of Nursing School of Medicine in New Orleans School of Public Health

  Office of the Chancellor        July 8, 2009        Memorandum to:    John V. Lombardi,        President    From:      Larry H. Hollier, M.D.,        Chancellor        Unlike some of our peers, Katrina forced our downsizing 4 years ago.  We are still about 800 full‐time  positions less than at the time of Katrina.  That represents a reduction of roughly 25% of our full‐time  employees in spite of the fact that our enrollments are higher than ever ‐‐ about 15% greater than at the  time of the storm.      Katrina taught us valuable lessons.  One of those was that we needed to become more self sufficient.  To  that end, we have been very selective in the hires that we have made.  Whenever possible we have  sought "impact players" with an ability to be self‐supporting, or mostly so, through grants, contracts for  services, clinical income, etc.      The challenge going forward will be to see if we can continue to achieve the degree of self sufficiency  that the changing financial conditions require.  Where this is not possible, reductions or eliminations  may be required.     Administrative and operational support areas are much more streamlined than pre‐K.  That new model  will continue to be the norm as we build back our facilities.  Technology is being used to make our  smaller workforce more efficient and effective.  An example is the electronic access control, video  surveillance and digital recording systems that have been implemented to improve and enhance safety  and security with a much smaller police force.     None of this is to diminish the challenges before us.  Our State General Fund reduction from the start of  last fiscal year is nearly $35M (about $118M down to about $83M) plus a reduction of $.7M in dedicated  funds and unfunded mandates of $2.3M (increases in employer contributions to employee health  insurance for employees and retirees, insurance premiums to fund the Office of Risk Management, cost  allocations to fund the Department of Civil Service and Legislative Auditor, etc.).  Federal Stimulus Funds  of nearly $20M mitigate this overall reduction with the expectation that those funds will be available for  the next 2 years.   

Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center 433 Bolivar Street Fax (504) 568-5177 www.lsuhsc.edu Phone (504) 568-4800

Suite 815

New Orleans, Louisiana 70112-2223

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Budget Reduction Form 1 Campus: LSU Health Sciences Center-New Orleans FISCAL YEAR 2009-2010 BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS

Adjustment

State General Fund Reduction

$

(29,463,531)

Statutory Dedications (SELF Fund) Reduction Other Statutory Dedication Reductions (Tobacco Tax Fund)

$

(687,685) 602,534

2009/2010 Self-Generated Revenue Adjustments (List): Authorized tuition increase-Regents Plan Other Legislatively authorized tuition increases Other Self Generated Revenue Changes

Interagency Transfer Revenue Adjustments: Federal Stimulus Dollars Medicaid Other

995,015 334,290 1,137,887

19,890,110

Federal Revenue Adjustments Total 2009/2010 Net Changes to Operating Budget

(7,191,380)

2009/2010 Additional Budget Needs (Show as a Negative): Projected Unfunded Mandates: Annualization of 08-09 Civil Service Merits OGB ORM Legislative Auditor Teachers' Retirement System Computing Services

(365,026) (576,204) (1,252,590) (43,110)

Other Required Needs or Changes (Detail): Incremental cost of reoccupying Medical School Building Delay implementation of graduate tuition increase Tobacco Tax Fund Increase is Passed Through Entirely to LRCC

Total 2009/2010 Changes to Budget and Other Requirements & Needs

(1,000,000) (334,290) (602,534)

(11,365,134) 46


Budget Reduction Form 2

Campus: LSU Health Sciences Center-New Orleans Unit/Activity/Program Being Reduced

FY 2009-2010 Budget Reduction Details

Existing Budget 08-09

Early Intervention Institute Various Departments in Allied Health Professions

243,730 *

Human Development Center

Community Affairs-Dentistry

Baton Rouge Dental Clinic

0

*

*

Description of Reduction

213,101

Our intent is to self-generate sufficient funds to support the function of the Office of (71,155) Community Affairs and the position of Coordinator of Information and Publications.

*

Our intent is to self-generate sufficient funds to support the function of the Baton Rouge Dental Clinic and its impact on our teaching, research and public service (incl. patient care) core missions. If revenues are insufficient, plans will be implemented to (1,236,442) reduce expenses.. Impacts personnel and operating expenses for the clinic.

0

*

*

Our intent is to self-generate sufficient funds to support the function of Continuing (15,933) Dental Education.

Dentistry Alumni Affairs

*

*

Our intent is to self-generate sufficient funds to support the functions of Alumni Affairs (91,951) and Development.

Nursing-Administration

*

*

Eliminate nine funded FTE clerical vacant positions ($180,000 salaries and $59,555 (239,555) Fringe Benefits)

*

Our intent is to self-generate sufficient funds to support the functions of Continuing Education in the School of Nursing and its impact on our core missions of teaching and (277,017) public service.

Nursing-Administration

*

*

Vacancies Eliminated

5

Our intent is to self-generate sufficient funds to support the function of the Dental Student Clinics in New Orleans and their impact on our teaching, research and public service (incl. patient care) core missions. If revenues are insufficient, plans will be (512,333) implemented to reduce expenses. This reduction impacts supply costs for the clinics.

Continuing Dental Education

Nursing-Continuing Education

Employees Furloughed

Our intent is to self-generate sufficient funds to support the functions of the Human Development Center and its impact on our teaching, research and public service (incl. patient care) core missions. If revenues are insufficient, plans will be implemented to (412,209) reduce expenses. Impacts personnel and operating expenses for the center.

*

512,333

Employees Laid Off

The functions of the Early Intervention Institute are being consolidated into the Human (243,730) Development Center. Please see below (213,221) Eliminate unfilled faculty (1FTE) and staff (4FTE) positions within the School of Allied Health Professions.

*

625,310

Clinic Administration

Change from 08-09

Budgeted 09-10

9

Our intent is to self-generate sufficient funds to support a portion of the salary and benefits of the Associate Dean for Professional Practice, Community Service & (58,465) Advanced Nursing.

*

Nursing-Administration

70,000

0

Nursing-Administration

97,200

50,000

Nursing-Administration

125,877

115,877

Our intent is to self-generate sufficient funds to reduce the operating budget for professional services by $70,000. As part of this effort we will not renew an Ochsner Clinic Foundation contract (Contract amount $44,071) and reducing the number of honorariums paid for professional speakers who contribute to our core mission of (70,000) instruction, research and public service. 0 Our intent is to self-generate sufficient funds to reduce the operating budget for travel (47,200) by $47,200. 0 Our intent is to self-generate sufficient funds to reduce the operating budget for (10,000) supplies by $10,000.

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Budget Reduction Form 2

Campus: LSU Health Sciences Center-New Orleans Unit/Activity/Program Being Reduced

FY 2009-2010 Budget Reduction Details

Existing Budget 08-09

Neurobiotechnology

SOM Department Funded Research Support

SOM New Clinical Faculty Start Up

SOM New Research Faculty Start Up

1,000,000

*

*

*

Change from 08-09

Budgeted 09-10

0

Description of Reduction

Employees Furloughed

Vacancies Eliminated

The LSUHSC Neuroscience Center took the lead in establishing this program which brings together Tulane, LSUHSC Shreveport, and LSUHSC New Orleans to promote (1,000,000) the application of knowledge gained through research.

*

Our intent is to generate sufficient funds from indirect cost recoveries on National Institutes of Health grants to support the salaries and benefits of funded researchers. If (1,310,846) revenues are insufficient, plans will be implemented to reduce expenses.

*

Our intent is generate sufficient funds from additional overhead support from private patient care contracts and billing and collection efficiencies to support the salary and benefits associated with the patient care functions of new clinical faculty.. If revenues (710,049) are insufficient, plans will be implemented to reduce expenses.

*

Our intent is generate sufficient funds from additional overhead support from private patient care contracts and billing and collection efficiencies to partially support the salary and benefits and other expenditures associated with growing extramural research funding. If revenues are insufficient, plans will be implemented to reduce (513,745) expenses.

School of Medicine Departmental Administration

*

*

Our intent is generate sufficient funds from additional overhead support from private patient care contracts and billing and collection efficiencies to support dept. admin. salaries and benefits and to reduce costs as a result of consolidation and restructuring. (1,572,254) If revenues are insufficient, plans will be implemented to reduce expenses.

Chair and Clinical Section Chief Salary Support

*

*

Our intent is generate sufficient funds from to support the salary and benefits of (1,326,501) department chairs and section chiefs of clinical departments. Our intent is generate sufficient funds to support expenses including but not excluded to travel to academic conferences, supplies, and small equipment purchases including computers and peripherals. If revenues are insufficient, plans will be implemented to (1,176,187) reduce expenses.

Academic Faculty Support Technology Development

Total Reductions

Employees Laid Off

256,341

0

2,930,791

378,978

The primary responsibility of the Office of Technology Development is to facilitate the research enterprise. Specifically, they assist faculty, staff, and students whose research leads to inventions with the process of transferring significant novel intellectual property from the laboratory to the market place. The office currently consists of two professionals, one position is vacant. Efforts will be made to identify recurring self-generated funds for this office and/or to consolidate operations with a (256,341) peer campus or at the Systems level. (11,365,134)

0

0

14

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Campus: LSU Health Sciences Center-New Orleans

Budget Reduction Form 3

Employees Laid Off Title

Employees Furloughed Annual Savings

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

Title

Vacant Positions Eliminated Annual Savings

Total

0

Title 1 Assistant Professor Allied Health (1.0 FTE) 2 Clerical Support- Allied Health (4.0 FTE) 3 Clerical Support- Nursing (9.0 FTE) 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

Total

0

Total

Annual Savings 89,145 124,076 239,555

452,776

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Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center ‐ Shreveport            

2009-10 Budget Plan

Chancellor Robert A. Barish  

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Budget Reduction Form 1 Campus: LSU Health Sciences Center at Shreveport

FISCAL YEAR 2009-2010 BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS State General Fund Gross Reduction Budget Stabilization Funding State General Fund Pass Through North Desoto Rural Health Care Center State General Fund Pass Through David Raines Community Center State General Fund Net Reduction

Adjustment (25,901,901) 6,717,926 500,000 250,000 (18,433,975)

Statutory Dedications (SELF Fund) Reduction Other Statutory Dedication Reductions [Read to Succeed Program] Other Statutory Dedication [Tobacco Tax Health Care Fund]

(447,226) (23,750) 234,318

2009/2010 Self-Generated Revenue Adjustments (List): Authorized Tuition Increase-Regents Plan [5%] Other Legislatively authorized Tuition Increase [HB872] Other Self Generated Revenue Changes [Commercial Insurance]

377,100 529,500 0

Interagency Transfer Revenue Adjustments: Federal Stimulus Dollars Medicaid Claims [Self Generated] Other [Uncompensated Care -- UCC] Federal Revenue Adjustments [Medicare] Total 2009/2010 Net Changes to Operating Budget

12,929,386 31,687,510 (2,914,878) 0 23,937,985

2009/2010 Additional Budget Needs (Show as a Negative): Projected Unfunded Mandates: Annualization of 08-09 Civil Service Merits OGB for Actives ORM Legislative Auditor Retirees OGB Adjustment Computing Services

(2,231,045) (561,753) (1,233,409) (66,231) (587,474) 0

Other Required Needs or Changes (Detail): State Retirement Employer Portion Teachers Retirement Employer Portion Classified Pay Grade Adjustments Library & Scientific Acquisitions Escalating Costs Operating Services Escalating Costs Medical Supplies Escalating Costs Emergency Care Center Operations Emergency Care Center Equipment Faculty Promotions Biomedical Research Institute [BRI] Lease and Insurance Increase Hospital Support to School Unreimbursed Prisoner Care Costs [costs above appropriation] Critical New Hires [Cardiology] Critical New Hires [Orthopaedics] Critical New Hires [Anesthesiology] Critical New Hires [Vascular Surgery] Critical New Hires [Pediatrics] Critical New Hires [Cellular Biology and Anatomy] HRPP [Human Research Protection Program] Clinical Research

(998,014) (171,400) (677,353) (106,756) (1,572,480) (3,522,129) (7,529,667) (353,696) (285,156) (350,125) (5,000,000) (1,287,971) (907,590) (1,200,000) (990,000) (528,000) (1,500,000) (461,801) (520,000)

Total 2009/2010 Changes to Budget and Other Requirements & Needs

(8,704,065)

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Budget Reduction Form 2 Campus: LSU Health Sciences Center at Shreveport

Unit/Activity/Program Being Reduced

FY 2009-2010 Budget Reduction Details

Existing Budget 08-09

Budgeted 09-10

Change from 08-09

Description of Reduction

Employees Laid Off

Employees Furloughed

Vacancies Eliminated [FTEs]

FY 2009-2010 Budget Reductions Catahoula Rural Health Read to Succeed Program FY 2009-2010 Classified New Merits FY 2009-2010 Resident Stipend Adjustments

343,096 23,750 2,812,905 988,111

0 0 0 0

Faculty and Staff Positions

1,573,385

0

4,887,753

1,926,185

1,250

0

10,630,250

1,926,185

FY 2008-2009 Mid-Year Cuts Rural Health Hospital Initiative Read to Succeed Program

Total Reductions

(343,096) (23,750) (2,812,905) (988,111)

Eliminate FY 2009-2010 Catahoula Rural Health pass-through funding Eliminate FY 2009-2010 funding for Read to Succeed Program Freeze FY 2009-2010 classified new merit increases Freeze FY 2009-2010 resident stipend adjustments Provide other means of financing: self-generated funding from the hospital will be allocated to support these expenditures due to the (1,573,385) reduction in state general funds 0 0 0 0 Reduce the FY 2008-2009 funding -- reduction carried into FY 2009(2,961,568) 2010 Reduce the FY 2008-2009 funding -- reduction carried into FY 2009(1,250) 2010 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (8,704,065)

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0

0

0

0

0

11

0

0

0

0

0

11

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Campus: LSU Health Sciences Center at Shreveport

Budget Reduction Form 3

Employees Laid Off Title

Employees Furloughed Annual Savings

1 See Note 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Total

Title

Vacant Positions [FTEs] Eliminated Annual Savings

1 See Note 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

0

Total

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

0

Title IT Analyst [2 FTEs] Administrative Assistant 4 [3 FTEs] Clinical Instructor [3 FTEs] Assistant Professor [3 FTEs] Related Benefits

Total

Annual Savings 113,733 128,020 315,000 375,000 298,161

1,229,914

Note 1: On May 7, 2009, the Director of Civil Service approved LSUHSC-Shreveport's layoff avoidance request of freezing all new merit increases for all employees whose anniversary dates fall between July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010.

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Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center ‐ Shreveport E.A. Conway Medical Center            

2009-10 Budget Plan

Chancellor Robert A. Barish  

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Budget Reduction Form 1 Campus: LSUHSCS EACMC

FISCAL YEAR 2009-2010 BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS State General Fund Reduction

Adjustment (1,169,047)

Statutory Dedications (SELF Fund) Reduction

0

Other Statutory Dedication Reductions

0

Other Statutory Dedication

0

2009/2010 Self-Generated Revenue Adjustments (List): Authorized tuition increase-Regents Plan [5%]

0

Other Legislatively authorized tuition increases [HB872]

0

Other Self Generated Revenue Changes

0

Interagency Transfer Revenue Adjustments: Federal Stimulus Dollars

0

Medicaid

(2,784,411)

Other [Uncompensated Care -- UCC]

(2,881,143)

Federal Revenue Adjustments Total 2009/2010 Net Changes to Operating Budget

0 (6,834,601)

Projected Medicare Earnings over Appropriation

968,026

Projected Commercial Insurance Earnings over Appropriation

780,371

2009/2010 Additional Budget Needs (Show as a Negative): Projected Unfunded Mandates: Annualization of 08-09 Civil Service Merits

(688,551)

OGB for Actives

(104,106)

ORM Legislative Auditor Retirees OGB Adjustment Computing Services

8,658 0 (109,034) 0

Other Required Needs or Changes (Detail): State / Teachers Retirement Employer Portion Total 2009/2010 Changes to Budget and Other Requirements & Needs

(268,680) (6,247,917) 58


Budget Reduction Form 2 Campus : LSUHSCS EACMC

Unit/Activity/Program Being Reduced

FY 2009-2010 Budget Reduction Details

Existing Budget 08-09

Change from 08-09

Budgeted 09-10

Description of Reduction

Employees Laid Off

Employees Furloughed

Vacancies Eliminated [FTEs]

0

PACs Storage Service Costs - Nuerostar Radiology Contract Services - TRG

240,814 799,294

100,339 336,198

Radiologists Contract Costs

1,207,500

716,833

CRNA Costs

1,824,119

1,566,893

Contracted Medical Services Vacant Positions

2,848,040 654,502

2,548,040 0

Medical Supplies Capital Expenditures

5,082,368 801,893

4,832,368 0

45,000 668,420

0 0

2,176,638

0

16,348,588

10,100,671

Completion of Lease Purchases Classified Merit Increases Attrition and professional services

Total Reductions

Currently the facility is leasing a storage system for Radiology images. The statewide (140,475) PACS/RIS will be implemented, projected late fall. This is part of the projected savings. (463,096) Reduction of remote reading services A portion of the expenses of the Radiologists will be matched against practice plan self(490,667) generated revenues collected for services Expenses of CRNA's will be matched against self-generated revenues collected for (257,226) services Medical Services contracted with outside facilities. Over the past several years the facility is bringing these services in-house. In some instances, additional equipment was purchased, paying call pay for an employee after hours, or a position was established and filled (i.e. Bone Density exams, after hours CT Scans, after hours (300,000) MRI, PT, OT, etc.) (654,502) Positions will not be filled Reduction in expenditures for medical supplies by using Amerinet for further volume (250,000) discount pricing (801,893) Delaying the replacement of equipment for FY 2010 Savings for capital items, ambulances and ultrasound -- the final payments were made (45,000) at the end of FY 2009 or will be in early FY 2010 (668,420) Freeze FY 2009-2010 new classified merit increases Savings obtained throughout the fiscal year by not filling all positions as vacated and (2,176,638) reducing the costs of professional services 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (6,247,917)

0 0

0 0

0 0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0

0 0

0 15

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0

0

0

0

0

15

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Campus: LSUHSC-S EACMC

Budget Reduction Form 3

Employees Laid Off Title

Employees Furloughed Annual Savings

1 See Note 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

Total

Title

Vacant Positions Eliminated [FTEs] Annual Savings

1 See Note 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

0

Total

Title 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

0

ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR 2 FOOD SVC SPEC 2 FOOD SVC SPEC 2 FOOD SVC SPEC 2 FOOD SVC SPEC 2 FOOD SVC SPEC 2 FOOD SVC SPEC 3 HEALTH INFO ADMIN CONSULT PURCHASING TECH 2 ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN Pharmacy Intern PHARMACY TECHNICIAN 2 PHLEBOTOMIST 2 ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF MEDICAL RN-CLINICAL COORDINATOR

Subtotal Benefits @ 32%

Annual Savings 25,002 19,573 19,573 19,573 19,573 19,573 19,573

43,181 28,621 47,133 35,000 28,766 25,126 85,000 60,570 495,835 158,667

Grand Total

654,502

Total

654,502

Note 1: On May 7, 2009, the Director of Civil Service approved LSUHSC-S EACMC's layoff avoidance request of freezing all new merit increases for all employees whose anniversary dates fall between July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010.

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Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center ‐ Shreveport Huey P. Long Medical Center            

2009-10 Budget Plan

Chancellor Robert A. Barish  

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Budget Reduction Form 1 Campus: LSUHSCS HPLMC

FISCAL YEAR 2009-2010 BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS State General Fund Reduction

Adjustment (1,222,448)

Statutory Dedications (SELF Fund) Reduction

0

Other Statutory Dedication Reductions

0

Other Statutory Dedication

0

2009/2010 Self-Generated Revenue Adjustments (List): Authorized tuition increase-Regents Plan [5%]

0

Other Legislatively authorized tuition increases [HB872]

0

Other Self Generated Revenue Changes

0

Interagency Transfer Revenue Adjustments: Federal Stimulus Dollars Medicaid Claims [Self-Generated] Other [Uncompensated Care -- UCC] Federal Revenue Adjustments Total 2009/2010 Net Changes to Operating Budget Projected Medicare Earnings under Appropriation Projected Commercial Insurance Earnings over Apropriation

0 3,559,991 (122,670) 0 2,214,873 (1,204,073) 539,162

2009/2010 Additional Budget Needs (Show as a Negative): Projected Unfunded Mandates: Annualization of 08-09 Civil Service Merits OGB for Actives ORM Legislative Auditor Retirees OGB Adjustment Computing Services

(392,661) (58,821) (133,875) 27,512 (95,184) 0

Other Required Needs or Changes (Detail): State / Teachers Retirement Employer Portion

(153,253)

Medical Supplies Escalating Costs

(1,802,264)

Total 2009/2010 Changes to Budget and Other Requirements & Needs

(1,058,584) 62


Budget Reduction Form 2 Campus : LSUHSCS HPLMC

Unit/Activity/Program Being Reduced

FY 2009-2010 Budget Reduction Details

Existing Budget 08-09

Change from 08-09

Budgeted 09-10

Description of Reduction

Employees Laid Off

Employees Furloughed

Vacancies Eliminiated [FTEs]

0

0

0

0 0

0 0

10 0

0

0

10

0

Nurse Family Partnership

M-HERE [Mental Health Emergency Room Expansion New classified merit increases

Total Reductions

69,347

0

620,025 369,212

0

1,058,584

0

(69,347) Using other means of financing for support of program

(620,025) Delay the Mental Health Emergency Room Expansion [M-HERE] (369,212) Freeze FY 2009-2010 new classified merit increases 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (1,058,584)

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Campus: LSUHSCS HPLMC

Budget Reduction Form 3

Employees Laid Off Title

Employees Furloughed Annual Savings

1 See Note 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

Total

Title

Vacant Positions Eliminiated [FTEs] Annual Savings

1 See Note 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

0

Total

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

0

Title Nursing Assistant 1 Nursing Assistant 1 Nursing Assistant 2 Nursing Assistant 2 Nursing Assistant 2 RN 2 RN 2 RN 2 Social Worker 1 Social Worker 4 Subtotal Related Benefits

Total

Annual Savings 16,289 14,640 17,831 16,764 16,764 35,506 52,905 42,910 30,264 46,055 289,928 92,777

382,705

Note 1: On May 7, 2009, the Director of Civil Service approved LSUHSCS HPLMC's layoff avoidance request of freezing all new merit increases for all employees whose anniversary dates fall between July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010.

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Louisiana State University Board of Supervisors and System Office            

2009-10 Budget Plan

President John V. Lombardi  

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In  the  early  winter,  the  LSU  System  prepared  the  campuses  for  the  imminent  budget  cuts  by  submitting  a  Preliminary  Budget  Cut  Proposal.    The  purpose  was  to  inform  the  Board  of  Supervisors,  faculty, staff, and all other constituencies of the severe measures that would occur if these budget cuts  would occur.    Fortunately,  the  American  Recovery  and  Reinvestment  Act  of  2009  (i.e.,  Federal  Stimulus)  absorbed  roughly  half  of  the  cuts  that  were  planned.    In  addition  to  this  relief,  higher  education  was  provided additional support during the 2008‐09 Legislative Session.    Even with these supports, the LSU Board of Supervisors and System Office 2009‐10 budget will  be $1,859,735 less than what it began  with in FY 2008‐09 which is roughly an overall 16.5% cut.  This  includes  the  $481,890  midyear  budget  cut  that  reduced  the  beginning  operating  budget  by  4%.    In  addition to these budget cuts, the System office will have to cover mandates that are typically funded  such as the annualization of merits, legislative auditor, and risk management.  The System office will be forced to reduce core services such as pass‐throughs Audubon Center  for  Research  of  Endangered  Species  (ACRES)  and  Truancy  and  Assessment  Service  Center  Program,  eliminate state support to four positions, eliminate a vacant position, reduce office support to all units,  and  eliminate  the  Uncertain  Enrollment  Pool  previous  year’s  carryforward,  a  program  that  provides  funding for core, academic services at the campuses.   

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Budget Reduction Form 1 Campus: System Office FISCAL YEAR 2009-2010 BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS State General Fund Reduction Statutory Dedications (SELF Fund) Reduction Other Statutory Dedication Reductions

Adjustment (1,421,345)

(446,500)

2009/2010 Self-Generated Revenue Adjustments (List): Authorized tuition increase-Regents Plan Other Legislatively authorized tuition increases Other Self Generated Revenue Changes

Interagency Transfer Revenue Adjustments: Federal Stimulus Dollars Medicaid Other

0

Federal Revenue Adjustments Total 2009/2010 Net Changes to Operating Budget

(1,867,845)

2009/2010 Additional Budget Needs (Show as a Negative): Projected Unfunded Mandates: Annualization of 08-09 Civil Service Merits OGB ORM Legislative Auditor Teachers' Retirement System Computing Services

Other Required Needs or Changes (Detail): Annualization of 08-09 Merits

Total 2009/2010 Changes to Budget and Other Requirements & Needs

(1,211) (7,440) (36,118) (33,360) (4,735)

(46,257)

(1,996,966)

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Budget Reduction Form 2 Campus : System Office

Unit/Activity/Program Being Reduced

FY 2009-2010 Budget Reduction Details

Existing Budget 08-09 Budgeted 09-10

PROGRAMS Audubon Center for Research of Endangered Species (ACRES)

1,312,060

1,175,934

Truancy and Assessment Service Center Program

3,988,185

3,174,236

7,940 109,273 66,967

0 102,208 62,967

Medical Oversight & Policy

2,175,462

2,015,683

VP for Student & Academic Support Services Budget and Planning

1,462,435 30,497

710,443 0

136 288 136,288

50 670 50,670

9,289,107

7,292,141

Change from 08-09

Description of Reduction

Employees Laid Off

Employees Vacancies Furloughed Eliminated

Audubon Center for Research of Endangered Species (ACRES) share of budget (136,126) cut based on prorata distribution of discretionary state general funds Truancy and Assessment Service Center Program share of budget cut based on prorata distribution of discretionary state general funds ($367,449) and elimination (813,949) of nonrecurring carryforward from previous year ($446,500).

UNITS Asst VP Property and Facilities Executive Vice President VP Academic Affairs / Tech Transfer

Human Resource Management

Total Reductions

(7,940) Eliminate state support for Coordinator of Property and Facilities (7,065) Reduction to all office support services. (4,000) Reduction to all office support services. Delay hiring replacement for Medical Cost Analyst and reduce budget to all office (159,779) support. Reduce state portion of salary of Vice President of Student/Academic Support Services and reduce office support ($139,971). Uncertain Enrollment Pool's non(751,992) recurring carryforward amount ($612,021). (30,497) Eliminate IT Analyst position and all associated office support. Eliminate state support for Coordinator and Accountant and reduced budget to all support (85 618) support. (85,618)

(1,996,966)

1

0

0

1

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Campus : System Office

Budget Reduction Form 3

Employees Laid Off

Employees Furloughed

Title 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Annual Savings

Annual Savings

0

Title 1 IT Analyst 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

0 Total

Title

Vacant Positions Eliminated

Total

0

Total

Annual Savings 24,954

24,954

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Health Care Services Division            

2009-10 Budget Plan

LSU System Vice President for Health Affairs and Medical Education Fred Cerise, M.D.  

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LSU Health Care Services Division Total Division Fiscal Year 2010 Executive Budget Level FY09 Projected

Change Dollars

FY 10 Budget

%

Means of Financing: State General Fund Statutory Dedications

$ $

91,438,199 1,795,670

$ $

79,925,475 -

$ (11,512,724) $ (1,795,670)

Patient Collections: Medicaid Claims Uncompensated Care Total Medicaid Medicare Commercial/Private Pay Total Patient Collections

$ $ $ $ $ $

205,466,387 461,640,827 667,107,214 79,530,333 43,358,964 789,996,511

$ $ $ $ $ $

251,677,439 422,932,374 674,609,813 77,756,269 44,888,064 797,254,146

$ 46,211,052 $ (38,708,453) $ 7,502,599 $ (1,774,064) $ 1,529,100 $ 7,257,635

Other Operating Revenue IAT-Other Pharmacy Cafeteria Sponsored Projects Miscellaneous Revenue Total Other Operating Revenue

$ $ $ $ $ $

17,290,089 4,843,013 835,735 4,446,572 8,683,515 36,098,924

$ $ $ $ $ $

17,290,089 4,843,013 835,735 4,446,572 7,226,376 34,641,785

$ $ $ $ $ $

(1,457,139) (1,457,139)

-4.0%

Total Means of Financing

$

919,329,304

$

911,821,406

$

(7,507,898)

-0.8%

Expenditures

$

936,294,185

$

911,471,406

$ (24,822,779)

-2.7%

Surplus/(Deficit)

$

(16,964,881) $

350,000

-12.6% -100.0%

1.1%

0.9%

$ 17,314,881

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LSU Health Care Services Division Total Division Fiscal Year 2010 Executive Budget Level What is the impact of this budget? The Health Care Services Division is sustaining over $11 million in state general fund reductions. The state general fund is used to support non-reimbursed costs in the Division such as physician services, prisoner care, and outpatient drugs. The Division has been working diligently to reduce these non-allowable costs. To this end, we have identificatified several strategies which allow us to address this reduction. One strategy involves the convertion of costs from non-reimbursable to reimbursable costs by providing teaching services in areas that formally offered only the delivery of patient services. Another one invokes the requirement that any outside providers currently utilizing space within our hospitals must now cover the overhead costs associated with the space they are occupying. A third change eliminates all pass-through appropriations to other entities and pilot projects such as telehealth monitoring. Additionally, ongoing initiatives are planned to increase revenues associated with the physician services through billings and sharebacks.

There is also a substantial reduction in the uncompensated care budgeted for the Division. This reduction is due to HCSD's inability to earn the current appropriation. The strategies identified above, as well as others currently underway, will help to address this situation. We have also identified additional Medicaid costs that can be paid; as well as remedies such as per diem increases, upper payment limit calculations, etc.

In addition, there are several initiatives being incorporated to restrain expenditures. For example, as a Division, the Health Care Services Division has eliminated merit increases for FY 2010. No employees, classified or unclassified, will receive merit increases during this fiscal year. Also, funding for acquisitions, including all medical equipment, has been reduced to below 1% of the operating budget. This funding level will allow only minimal replacements of equipment that may fail during the upcoming fiscal year. Hence, funding is limited to replacements at the highest level of priority. Finally, the hospitals have also been tasked to identify additional economies, efficiencies and operational improvements in excess of $15 million. The Health Care Services Division Central Office will continue to be funded from the revenues of the hospitals. The support level will remain at 2.25% and expenses within the Central Office will be adjusted down accordingly. The total reduction will be approximately $1.2 million or 5% of current year central office cost projections. Even with the efforts outlined above, HCSD continues to project Medicaid and UCC earnings above the level currently matched in the executive budget by approximately $22.2 million. Through conversations with DHH and DOA officials, stimulus monies have been identified for continued efforts for migration to electronic health records and it has been determined that the LSU System would qualify to access these monies. Based on this agreement and dependent upon the level of funding provided, HCSD will utilize certified public expenditures to access the additional collections requiring approximately $6.7 million match monies.

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LSU Health Care Services Division Earl K. Long Medical Center Fiscal Year 2010 Executive Budget Level FY09 Projected

Change Dollars

FY 10 Budget

%

Means of Financing: State General Fund Statutory Dedications

$ $

Patient Collections: Medicaid Claims Uncompensated Care Total Medicaid Medicare Commercial/Private Pay Total Patient Collections

$ $ $ $ $ $

41,141,570 83,423,580 124,565,150 8,796,469 3,893,728 137,255,347

$ $ $ $ $ $

42,651,809 70,236,676 112,888,485 8,004,488 3,893,728 124,786,701

Other Operating Revenue IAT-Other Pharmacy Cafeteria Sponsored Projects Miscellaneous Revenue Total Other Operating Revenue

$ $ $ $ $ $

5,498,836 1,499,181 257,303 534,983 439,865 8,230,168

$ $ $ $ $ $

5,498,836 1,499,181 257,303 534,983 549,799 8,340,102

Total Means of Financing

$

159,090,194 $

154,983,524 $

(4,106,670)

-2.6%

Expenditures

$

156,875,735 $

154,983,524 $

(1,892,211)

-1.2%

Surplus/(Deficit)

$

2,214,459 $

PERFORMANCE INDICATOR NAME Number of staffed beds Average daily census Emergency department visits Average length of stay for psychiatric FTE staff per patient (per adjusted day) Average length of stay for acute medical Cost per adjusted day Percentage of readmissions Overall Patient Satisfaction Willingness to Recommend Hospital Percentage of diabetic patients with long term glycemic control

13,604,679 $ $

21,856,721 $ $

-

8,252,042 -

$ 1,510,239 $ (13,186,904) $ (11,676,665) $ (791,981) $ $ (12,468,646)

$ $ $ $ $ $

$

109,934 109,934

60.7%

-9.4%

-9.1%

1.3%

(2,214,459)

Actual Year End Performance FY 2007-2008 135 105.1 48,353 16.3 N/A 4.8 N/A 10.80% 88% N/A

Existing Performance Standard FY 2008-2009 106 103.0 48,353 N/A N/A 4.9 N/A 9.30% 88% N/A

Performance at Executive Budget Level FY 2009-2010 110 110.0 43,716 N/A 5.57 5 1,921 9.30% 61% 66%

46%

30%

50%

34%

60%

60%

Percentage of women > = 40 years of age receiving mammogram in the past 2 years

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LSU Health Care Services Division Earl K. Long Medical Center Fiscal Year 2010 Executive Budget Level What is the impact of this budget? Hospital Specific Issues:

NBR Clinic

Funding Needed: State General Fund Medicaid Uncompensated Care

$

2,381,380

The new North Baton Rouge Clinic will be opened by transferring existing services. We will transfer the Woman's Clinic, the Infusion Clinic and the Outpatient Pharmacy to the new facility. There will be no funding available to establish radiology and EKG/Echo services. Patients will be required to return to the main campus to have these procedures performed. In an effort to better utilize the facility and improve conditions for our patients, we need to establish radiology and EKG/Echo services at this new location. Any further expansion in the utilization of this new facility will require additional funding above the level identified above.

MHERE

Funding Needed: State General Fund Medicaid Uncompensated Care

$

200,000

$

3,943,294

The MHERE Unit construction is being completed through an SSBG grant to Capital Area Services District. There has been no specific funding identified to operationalize this new service. The operating costs are to support this 24-bed unit similar to the one that is in operation in New Orleans.

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LSU Health Care Services Division University Medical Center Fiscal Year 2010 Executive Budget Level FY09 Projected

Change Dollars

FY 10 Budget

%

Means of Financing: State General Fund Statutory Dedications

$ $

Patient Collections: Medicaid Claims Uncompensated Care Total Medicaid Medicare Commercial/Private Pay Total Patient Collections

$ $ $ $ $ $

36,312,106 64,199,190 100,511,296 12,700,613 3,837,690 117,049,599

$ $ $ $ $ $

39,959,586 58,008,609 97,968,195 12,639,123 3,837,690 114,445,008

$ $ $ $ $ $

Other Operating Revenue IAT-Other Pharmacy Cafeteria Sponsored Projects Miscellaneous Revenue Total Other Operating Revenue

$ $ $ $ $ $

1,500,721 678,562 183,837 321,646 103,632 2,788,398

$ $ $ $ $ $

1,500,721 678,562 183,837 321,646 103,632 2,788,398

$ $ $ $ $ $

Total Means of Financing

$

127,993,544 $

124,148,782 $

(3,844,762)

-3.0%

Expenditures

$

125,435,896 $

124,148,782 $

(1,287,114)

-1.0%

Surplus/(Deficit)

$

2,557,648 $

PERFORMANCE INDICATOR NAME Number of staffed beds Average daily census Emergency department visits Average length of stay for psychiatric FTE staff per patient (per adjusted day) Average length of stay for acute medical Cost per adjusted day Percentage of readmissions Overall Patient Satisfaction Willingness to Recommend Hospital Percentage of diabetic patients with long term glycemic control

8,155,547 $ $

6,915,376 $ $

-

$

(1,240,171) -

3,647,480 (6,190,581) (2,543,101) (61,490) (2,604,591)

-

-15.2%

-2.5%

-2.2%

0.0%

(2,557,648)

Actual Year End Performance FY 2007-2008 110 88.2 45,075 15.3 N/A 5 N/A 8.80% 96% N/A

Existing Performance Standard FY 2008-2009 110 85.0 40,000 16 N/A 4.6 N/A 10.50% 90% N/A

Performance at Executive Budget Level FY 2009-2010 110 85.0 45,000 15 5.57 5 1,692 10.00% 61% 66%

55%

50%

50%

35%

40%

60%

Percentage of women > = 40 years of age receiving mammogram in the past 2 years

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LSU Health Care Services Division W. O. Moss Medical Center Fiscal Year 2010 Executive Budget Level FY09 Projected

Change Dollars

FY 10 Budget

%

Means of Financing: State General Fund Statutory Dedications

$ $

Patient Collections: Medicaid Claims Uncompensated Care Total Medicaid Medicare Commercial/Private Pay Total Patient Collections

$ $ $ $ $ $

7,475,233 26,782,340 34,257,573 2,771,130 1,677,338 38,706,041

$ $ $ $ $ $

5,795,364 25,260,831 31,056,195 2,853,039 1,677,338 35,586,572

$ $ $ $ $ $

Other Operating Revenue IAT-Other Pharmacy Cafeteria Sponsored Projects Miscellaneous Revenue Total Other Operating Revenue

$ $ $ $ $ $

1,202,000 1,233,441 175,563 1,500 54,874 2,667,378

$ $ $ $ $ $

1,202,000 1,233,441 175,563 1,500 54,874 2,667,378

$ $ $ $ $ $

Total Means of Financing

$

47,268,810 $

46,776,364 $

(492,446)

-1.0%

Expenditures

$

46,279,250 $

46,776,364 $

497,114

1.1%

Surplus/(Deficit)

$

989,560 $

PERFORMANCE INDICATOR NAME Number of staffed beds Average daily census Emergency department visits Average length of stay for psychiatric FTE staff per patient (per adjusted day) Average length of stay for acute medical Cost per adjusted day Percentage of readmissions Overall Patient Satisfaction Willingness to Recommend Hospital Percentage of diabetic patients with long term glycemic control

5,895,391 $ $

8,522,414 $ $

-

$

2,627,023 -

(1,679,869) (1,521,509) (3,201,378) 81,909 (3,119,469)

-

44.6%

-9.3%

-8.1%

0.0%

(989,560)

Actual Year End Performance FY 2007-2008 31 24.0 24,767 11.1 N/A 4.4 N/A 9.00% 93% N/A

Existing Performance Standard FY 2008-2009 34 25.0 24,694 8.2 N/A 4.7 N/A 10.10% 93% N/A

Performance at Executive Budget Level FY 2009-2010 34 25.0 25,200 15 4.01 5 1,274 10.10% 61% 66%

61%

60%

50%

47%

46%

60%

Percentage of women > = 40 years of age receiving mammogram in the past 2 years

76


LSU Health Care Services Division Lallie Kemp Medical Center Fiscal Year 2010 Executive Budget Level FY09 Projected

Change Dollars

FY 10 Budget

%

Means of Financing: State General Fund Statutory Dedications

$ $

Patient Collections: Medicaid Claims Uncompensated Care Total Medicaid Medicare Commercial/Private Pay Total Patient Collections

$ $ $ $ $ $

8,112,218 22,301,765 30,413,983 4,359,345 2,303,784 37,077,112

$ $ $ $ $ $

8,719,926 22,845,267 31,565,192 4,572,960 2,378,640 38,516,792

$ $ $ $ $ $

Other Operating Revenue IAT-Other Pharmacy Cafeteria Sponsored Projects Miscellaneous Revenue Total Other Operating Revenue

$ $ $ $ $ $

556,981 84,475 49,916 305,179 7,578 1,004,129

$ $ $ $ $ $

556,981 84,475 49,916 305,179 7,578 1,004,129

$ $ $ $ $ $

Total Means of Financing

$

43,399,933 $

44,309,761 $

909,828

2.1%

Expenditures

$

43,904,400 $

44,309,761 $

405,361

0.9%

Surplus/(Deficit)

$

(504,467) $

PERFORMANCE INDICATOR NAME Number of staffed beds Average daily census Emergency department visits Average length of stay for psychiatric FTE staff per patient (per adjusted day) Average length of stay for acute medical Cost per adjusted day Percentage of readmissions Overall Patient Satisfaction Willingness to Recommend Hospital Percentage of diabetic patients with long term glycemic control

5,318,692 $ $

4,788,840 $ $

-

$

(529,852) -

607,708 543,502 1,151,209 213,615 74,856 1,439,680

-

-10.0%

3.8%

3.9%

0.0%

504,467

Actual Year End Performance FY 2007-2008 17 10.6 26,158 N/A N/A 3.9 N/A 11.50% 94% N/A

Existing Performance Standard FY 2008-2009 25 12.0 26,500 N/A N/A 4 N/A 8.90% 95% N/A

Performance at Executive Budget Level FY 2009-2010 25 12.0 26,500 N/A 7.3 4 2,134 8.90% 61% 66%

55%

59%

50%

43%

32%

60%

Percentage of women > = 40 years of age receiving mammogram in the past 2 years

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LSU Health Care Services Division Washington - St. Tammany Medical Center Fiscal Year 2010 Executive Budget Level FY09 Projected

Change Dollars

FY 10 Budget

%

Means of Financing: State General Fund Statutory Dedications

$ $

Patient Collections: Medicaid Claims Uncompensated Care Total Medicaid Medicare Commercial/Private Pay Total Patient Collections

$ $ $ $ $ $

9,453,922 27,110,676 36,564,598 9,259,270 6,733,804 52,557,672

$ $ $ $ $ $

12,737,054 26,072,401 38,809,455 10,496,066 7,770,450 57,075,971

$ $ $ $ $ $

Other Operating Revenue IAT-Other Pharmacy Cafeteria Sponsored Projects Miscellaneous Revenue Total Other Operating Revenue

$ $ $ $ $ $

221,326 203,869 93,686 651,718 140,233 1,310,832

$ $ $ $ $ $

221,326 203,869 93,686 651,718 290,233 1,460,832

$ $ $ $ $ $

150,000 150,000

11.4%

Total Means of Financing

$

57,469,055 $

63,586,050 $

6,116,995

10.6%

Expenditures

$

58,194,324 $

63,586,050 $

5,391,726

9.3%

Surplus/(Deficit)

$

(725,269) $

PERFORMANCE INDICATOR NAME Number of staffed beds Average daily census Emergency department visits Average length of stay for psychiatric FTE staff per patient (per adjusted day) Average length of stay for acute medical Cost per adjusted day Percentage of readmissions Overall Patient Satisfaction Willingness to Recommend Hospital Percentage of diabetic patients with long term glycemic control

3,600,551 $ $

5,049,247 $ $

-

$

1,448,696 -

3,283,132 (1,038,275) 2,244,857 1,236,796 1,036,646 4,518,299

40.2%

6.1%

8.6%

725,269

Actual Year End Performance FY 2007-2008 51 40.5 28,230 11.3 N/A 4.6 N/A 11.60% 95% N/A

Existing Performance Standard FY 2008-2009 66 52.0 28,913 13.1 N/A 5.3 N/A 13.00% 92% N/A

Performance at Executive Budget Level FY 2009-2010 55 36.0 29,999 0 4.6 5 1,222 10.00% 56% 66%

60%

60%

50%

18%

32%

60%

Percentage of women > = 40 years of age receiving mammogram in the past 2 years

78


LSU Health Care Services Division Washington - St. Tammany Medical Center Fiscal Year 2010 Executive Budget Level What is the impact of this budget? Hospital Specific Issues:

Close Inpatient Psychiatric Unit

Funding Needed to Restore: State General Fund $ (117,200) Medicaid $ 100,389 Uncompensated Care $ 2,327,153

Closing an 18-bed Inpatient Psychiatric Unit: Closing this unit would have a negative impact on the Northshore community and other areas throughout the state. It is one of only two Inpatient Psychiatric Units in the area that provides services to the indigent population and accepts patients from Emergency Departments throughout the state. This closure will further exacerbate backlogs in regional Acute Care Hospital Emergency Departments and Mental Health Clinics. Access to mental healthcare, already greatly compromised, would be further reduced.

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LSU Health Care Services Division Leonard J. Chabert Medical Center Fiscal Year 2010 Executive Budget Level FY09 Projected

Change Dollars

FY 10 Budget

%

Means of Financing: State General Fund Statutory Dedications

$ $

Patient Collections: Medicaid Claims Uncompensated Care Total Medicaid Medicare Commercial/Private Pay Total Patient Collections

$ $ $ $ $ $

25,004,927 54,032,774 79,037,701 11,395,411 5,974,579 96,407,691

$ $ $ $ $ $

28,984,454 52,857,297 81,841,751 11,894,591 6,392,177 100,128,519

$ $ $ $ $ $

Other Operating Revenue IAT-Other Pharmacy Cafeteria Sponsored Projects Miscellaneous Revenue Total Other Operating Revenue

$ $ $ $ $ $

575,225 631,087 75,430 175,390 32,994 1,490,126

$ $ $ $ $ $

575,225 631,087 75,430 175,390 32,994 1,490,126

$ $ $ $ $ $

Total Means of Financing

$

103,988,449 $

107,864,068 $

3,875,619

3.7%

Expenditures

$

111,762,755 $

107,864,068 $

(3,898,687)

-3.5%

Surplus/(Deficit)

$

(7,774,306) $

PERFORMANCE INDICATOR NAME Number of staffed beds Average daily census Emergency department visits Average length of stay for psychiatric FTE staff per patient (per adjusted day) Average length of stay for acute medical Cost per adjusted day Percentage of readmissions Overall Patient Satisfaction Willingness to Recommend Hospital Percentage of diabetic patients with long term glycemic control

4,294,962 $ 1,795,670 $

6,245,423 $ $

-

$

1,950,461 (1,795,670)

3,979,527 (1,175,477) 2,804,050 499,180 417,598 3,720,828

-

45.4% -100.0%

3.5%

3.9%

0.0%

7,774,306

Actual Year End Performance FY 2007-2008 95 74.0 42,400 10 N/A 4.6 N/A 11.60% 96% N/A

Existing Performance Standard FY 2008-2009 98 73.0 40,000 6.1 N/A 4.6 N/A 11.30% 91% N/A

Performance at Executive Budget Level FY 2009-2010 85 76.0 41,555 15 4.87 5 1,485 11.30% 61% 66%

58%

49%

50%

39%

49%

60%

Percentage of women > = 40 years of age receiving mammogram in the past 2 years

79


LSU Health Care Services Division Interim LSU Public Hospital Fiscal Year 2010 Executive Budget Level FY09 Projected Means of Financing: State General Fund Statutory Dedications

$ $

Patient Collections: Medicaid Claims Uncompensated Care Total Medicaid Medicare Commercial/Private Pay Total Patient Collections

$ $ $ $ $ $

77,966,411 183,790,502 261,756,913 30,248,095 18,938,041 310,943,049

$ $ $ $ $ $

112,829,247 167,651,293 280,480,540 27,296,002 18,938,041 326,714,583

Other Operating Revenue IAT-Other Pharmacy Cafeteria Sponsored Projects Miscellaneous Revenue Total Other Operating Revenue

$ $ $ $ $ $

7,735,000 512,398 2,456,156 7,904,339 18,607,893

$ $ $ $ $ $

7,735,000 512,398 2,456,156 6,187,266 16,890,820

Total Means of Financing

$

Expenditures Surplus/(Deficit)

PERFORMANCE INDICATOR NAME Number of staffed beds Average daily census Emergency department visits Average length of stay for psychiatric FTE staff per patient (per adjusted day) Average length of stay for acute medical Cost per adjusted day Percentage of readmissions Overall Patient Satisfaction Willingness to Recommend Hospital Percentage of diabetic patients with long term glycemic control

Change Dollars

FY 10 Budget

50,568,377 $ $

26,547,454 $ (24,020,923) $ -

$ 34,862,836 $ (16,139,209) $ 18,723,627 $ (2,952,093) $ $ 15,771,534

% -47.5%

7.2%

5.1%

$ $ $ $ $ $

(1,717,073) (1,717,073)

-9.2%

380,119,319 $

370,152,857 $

(9,966,462)

-2.6%

$

393,841,825 $

369,802,857 $ (24,038,968)

-6.1%

$

(13,722,506) $

350,000 $

14,072,506

Actual Year End Performance FY 2007-2008 211 174.9 51,545 11.4 N/A 5.3 N/A 8.90% 94% N/A

Existing Performance Standard FY 2008-2009 313 282.0 72,000 14.6 N/A 5.7 N/A 10.30% 83% N/A

Performance at Executive Budget Level FY 2009-2010 269 254.0 72,000 15 8.35 5 3,729 10.30% 61% 66%

50%

50%

50%

not available

50%

60%

Percentage of women > = 40 years of age receiving mammogram in the past 2 years

79


LSU Health Care Services Division Interim LSU Public Hospital Fiscal Year 2010 Executive Budget Level What is the impact of this budget? With a $24 million dollar decrease in State General Fund appropriations, Interim LSU Public Hospital (ILH) must decrease non-allowable expenses routinely covered by these funds. This reduction will include discontinuing routine dental care for patients, decreasing physician and professional service contracts, and managing overall reductions in operational costs. A portion of the operational cost savings will be realized in non-allowable costs, thereby reducing the requirement for state general fund dollars. The efficiencies that are planned for operations at the Hospital are possible because the facility has finally reached most of its post-Katrina growth potential. During the three years immediately following the closure of the Medical Center of Louisiana - New Orleans (MCLNO) due to the storms of 2005, a tremendous amount of resources were required to reconstitute services at the Interim Hospital. The current operations of 257 inpatient beds and multiple outpatient clinics are near capacity until the expansion into the new Academic Medical Center (AMC) with its planned 424 beds. Though some bed expansion is anticipated in the Interim LSU Public Hospital, it will no longer experience the exponential growth of the past three years. This stabililization will permit operational efficiencies to be realized. An additional benefit for the Hospital is the retooling for more efficient operations as required by the business plan for the new AMC. These efficiency improvements are necessary for financial stability.

Furthermore, two new residency programs at the School of Medicine of the Health Sciences Center - New Orleans (HSC-NO) will open in July 2010. The training of LSU radiology and anesthesia residents will provide the opportunity to replace some of the professional services previously covered by all state general funds with allowable expenses related to resident supervision. Lastly, funding for the Colorectal Cancer Screening program has been eliminated. This program is managed through the School of Public Health at HSC-NO.

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LSU System Budget Cut Plan