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Title: Western University of Health Sciences


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Western University of Health Sciences
Strategic Planning At
  • A New Perspective

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Vision And Planning
  • An Ongoing, Evolving, Iterative, And Dynamic
    Process Measured In Successive Approximations.

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5 Colleges 2000 Students 140 Full-Time Faculty
  • College Of Osteopathic Medicine Of The Pacific-
    1977
  • College Of Allied Health Professions - 1996
  • Health Professions Education Program - 1986
  • Physician Assistant Program - 1990
  • Physical Therapy Program 1992
  • College Of Pharmacy 1996
  • College Of Graduate Nursing 1997
  • College Of Veterinary Medicine - 2003

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Three-legged Stool of Higher Education
  • Teaching Sharing Knowledge
  • Research Developing New Knowledge
  • At The Bench
  • At The Bedside
  • Service-Patient Care
  • Ambulatory
  • In-Patient

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Medicine Science are Evolving at an
Extraordinary Pace
ENVIRONMENTAL SCAN
  • Elderly population is growing dramatically. U.S.
    will require a doubling of geriatric specialists.
    Yet, data suggest geriatric specialists are
    declining.
  • U.S. will be short 515,000 nurses by 2020.
  • 21 percent of Americans still smoked as of
    January 2004.
  • Younger generations are gender blind.
  • 57 percent of college students are women.
  • Medical knowledge is doubling every 4 years
    neuroscience knowledge is doubling every 3.5
    years.
  • Human Genome Project is yielding promising
    treatments for genetic diseases.
  • Up to 4,000 hereditary disorders may be prevented
    or cured through genetic intervention.

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Future of Medicine Science
  • Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG), which appears
    in all cancer cells (tested so far) and (among
    adults) only in cancer cells, may promise the
    development of a generalized Cure for Cancers.
  • Biochemistry advanced computer modeling has
    made it possible to design drugs to fit specific
    receptors in the cell.
  • Artificial blood will stretch the supply of human
    blood which will fall short of demand by 4
    million units per year for the next 25 years.
  • Computer-based diagnostic tools
  • Memory-enhancing drugs in clinical use by 2010

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Future of Medicine Science
  • Bloodless surgery using lasers.
  • Magic bullet drug delivery systems.
  • Brain cell nerve tissue transplants.
  • Surgeons working via the internet will use robot
    manipulators to operate on patients in remote
    areas.
  • More better bionic limbs, hearts other
    organs.
  • Drugs that prevent disease rather than treat
    symptoms.
  • Body monitors that warn of impending trouble.

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Future of Medicine Science
  • Nutraceuticals foodaceuticals (nutritional
    supplements foods with drugs either added or
    genetically engineered into them) will be one of
    the hottest new areas in the healthcare industry
    for the next 20 years.
  • Nanotechnology-based medical therapies should
    reach clinical use by 2025.
  • Microscopic machines will monitor internal
    processes, remove cholesterol plaque from artery
    walls, and destroy cancer cells before they can
    form a tumor.
  • Severe personnel shortages in high-tech medical
    specialties as well as nursing deficits.
  • Time is becoming the worlds most precious
    commodity.

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Environmental Scan
Healthcare Issues Challenges
Cost
  • Approaching 15 percent of G.N.P. (2 trillion)
    from all payers.
  • Healthcare as entitlement (Medicare
    implications).
  • Access to costly technology.
  • Increased care demands
  • Aging baby boomers
  • Increased longevity
  • Longitudinal vs. episodic care requirements
  • Insurance companies and the floating dollar game.

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Environmental Scan
Healthcare Issues Challenges
Manpower Shortages
  • All care provider fields
  • 515,000 nurses
  • Geriatricians meet only 50 percent of demand

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Environmental Scan
Healthcare Issues Challenges
Public Health Concerns
  • Obesity
  • Diabetes endemic
  • Animal virus mutation to humans
  • HIV
  • Avian Flu
  • Prevalence of
  • Cancer
  • Heart Disease
  • Dementias
  • Alzheimer's
  • Age-related

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Environmental Scan
Healthcare Issues Challenges
Training the Next Generation
  • Recommendations
  • Institute of Medicine (I.O.M.)
  • Association of Academic Health Centers (AAHC)

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Environmental Scan
Healthcare Issues Challenges
Academic Centers
  • 51 percent said research facilities were their
    top concern.
  • 65 percent have added research space in the last
    two years.
  • 68 percent had research construction projects in
    2004 with an average cost of 68
    million.
  • Increased emphasis on technology biotechnology
    links with private companies.
  • 41 percent increased support for technology
    transfer including patent donations.
  • Almost 50 percent of top research universities
    are not state controlled.

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Environmental Scan
Healthcare Issues Challenges
California
  • Most populous state
  • Eighth largest economy in the world
  • Growing healthcare needs
  • Inland Empire fastest growing part of California
  • Greatest health care demands
  • Greatest need for University-hospital
    partnerships
  • Constrained state resources to meet needs

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The Future Will Be Governed By
Need
Opportunity Fire In The
Belly
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8 Colleges 2650 Students 250 Full-Time Faculty
  • College Of Osteopathic Medicine Of The Pacific
    -1977
  • College Of Allied Health Professions - 1996
  • Health Professions Education Program - 1986
  • Physician Assistant Program - 1990
  • Physical Therapy Program 1992
  • Public Health Program - 2009
  • College Of Pharmacy 1996
  • College Of Graduate Nursing 1997
  • College Of Veterinary Medicine 2003
  • College Of Dental Medicine 2009
  • College Of Podiatric Medicine 2009
  • College Of Optometry - 2009

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10 Colleges 3,300 Students 330 Full-Time Faculty
College Of Osteopathic Medicine Of The Pacific
-1977 College Of Allied Health Professions -
1996 Health Professions Education Program -
1986 Physician Assistant Program -
1990 Physical Therapy Program 1992
Public Health Program - 2009 College Of
Pharmacy 1996 College Of Graduate Nursing
1997 College Of Veterinary Medicine
2003 College Of Dental Medicine 2009 College Of
Podiatric Medicine 2009 College Of Optometry -
2009 Graduate School Of Bio-Medical
Sciences-2015 College Of Public Health- 2015
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Vision At The Horizon Western University Of
Health Sciences
  • The premier Health Science University in the
    United States, recognized internationally for
    excellence and innovation in teaching, research,
    and patient care.

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Vision At The Horizon
How will this be accomplished?
  • Being a knowledge disseminator as a comprehensive
    graduate level health science university with 10
    colleges.
  • Being a knowledge producer by identifying select
    multi-disciplinary areas for research excellence
    emphasizing a team model.
  • Being a significant local and regional care
    provider through student-faculty practice sites
    and clinical partnerships with regional centers.

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Western University Of Health Sciences
  • A Vibrant Partner
  • Professional
  • Commercial
  • Research
  • An Economic Development Leader
  • Engine for Business Development
  • Economic Force In The Region
  • Clinical Care Multiplier is 5 to 1 (Commonwealth
    Fund)
  • Higher Education Multiplier is 3.4 to 1 (Fox And
    Catanese)

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Western University Key To Vision For 2010 Is
  • A New Building with 250,000 square feet
  • Relocates Medical School Graduate Nursing
  • Frees Up Space To Be Reallocated To Pharmacy
  • Provides Space For Three Additional Schools
  • Dentistry
  • Podiatry
  • Optometry
  • Provide Space For Public Health Program
  • Provides General Support Space Including
    Cafeteria, Student Lounges as well as Conference,
    Auditoria, and Clinical Space

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Western University
Space Assignments In New Building
Program
Square Feet
Osteopathic Medicine
100,000
Projected Costs 65,000,000 To 70,000,000 To Be
Financed
50,000
Dental Medicine
35,000
Optometric Medicine
25,000
Podiatric Medicine
5,000
Public Health
15,000
Nursing
Student Support
20,000
250,000
TOTAL
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Western University Key To Vision For 2015
  • New Research Building
  • Student Activities Center
  • Greatly Expanded Library
  • Solutions For Housing Parking Issues
  • Clinical Partnerships With Citrus Valley Health
    Care System

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Western University
Operating Budget
Scenario 1
2005-2006
2010-2011
2015-2016
159,500,000
101,400,000
Tuition
56,500,000
5,510,000
800,000
2,100,000
Patient Care
1,350,000
150,000
450,000
Research
5,450,000
9,430,000
Other
3,150,000
Tuition Dependence
93
91
93
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Western University
Operating Budget
Scenario 2
2005-2006
2010-2011
2015-2016
159,500,000
101,400,000
Tuition
56,500,000
15,000,000
800,000
2,600,000
Patient Care
6,500,000
150,000
930,000
Research
5,450,000
17,570,000
Other
3,150,000
Tuition Dependence
92
80
93
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Western University Enrollment In Schools
Colleges
Programs 2005 Enrollment 2010 Enrollment 2015 Enrollment
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine 719 857 905
Physician Assistant (Masters) 194 194 194
Doctor Of Physical Therapy 59 80 80
Health Sciences (Masters) 16 16 16
Doctor Of Pharmacy 457 518 564
Pharmaceutical Science (Masters Degree) 10 10 10
Doctor Of Veterinary Medicine 259 397 397
Graduate Nursing 146 181 181
Doctor Of Dental Medicine 0 97 270
Doctor Of Optometry 0 140 366
Doctor Of Podiatric Medicine 0 92 177
Public Health (Masters) 0 57 92
Graduate School Of Biomedical Medicine 0 0 50
TOTAL 1,860 2,639 3,302
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Western University
Timeline for Strategic Plan Implementation
December 2005 Presentation to Board on Ten-Year Plan Project
January 2006 Consultant Hired/ RFP for Architect
March 2006 Draft Due Diligence Implementation Plan to Board of Trustees
May 2006 Final Due Diligence Implementation Plan to Board of Trustees
July 2006 Academic Consultants Hired
Contract with Architectural Firm
Begin Recruitment for 3 Deans Executive Director of M.P.H. Program
July 2007 Begin Construction
Begin Accreditation Process
Begin Faculty Staff Recruitment
Initiate Curricular Activities for New Recruitment
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Western University
Timeline for Strategic Plan Implementation
July 2008 Begin Student Recruitment
Continue Faculty Recruitment
Refine Curriculum
October 2008 Begin Developing Plan to Retrofit Health Professions
Center for College of Pharmacy
April 2009 Construction Complete
June 2009 Beneficial Occupancy
August 2009 Students Begin Studies
September 2009 Clinics Open
October 2009 Complete move to Research Space
Initiate Construction on Health Professions Center

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Western University
Timeline for Strategic Plan Implementation
FALL 2010 Second Classes for New Schools Enroll
Planning for Next Phase of Growth Begins
Library
Student Center
Clinical Campus at Citrus Valley
Research Facility on Pomona Campus
Graduate School
School of Public Health
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SGT. PRESTONS LAW
  • The Scenery Only Changes For The Lead Dog
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