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Former Chief Executive Officer, AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts. Michael Gifford, MBA. President & Chief . Executive Officer, AIDS Resource Center Wisconsin (ARCW). Organizational Change to Strengthen the Continuum of Care for PLWHA. ID: 716212

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Rebecca Haag, MBAChange Management ConsultantFormer Chief Executive Officer, AIDS Action Committee of MassachusettsMichael Gifford, MBAPresident & Chief Executive Officer, AIDS Resource Center Wisconsin (ARCW)

Organizational Change to Strengthen the Continuum of Care for PLWHA

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AIDS Action Committee Overview

Rebecca Haag, MBA

Change Management Consultant

Former

Chief Executive Officer,

AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts

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Eliminate new infections: “Getting to Zero” Maximize healthier outcomes for those infected, affected and at risk for HIV Tackle the root causes of HIV/AIDSMission: End the Epidemic

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Serve 1 in 6 people in MA who are living with a diagnosis of HIV/AIDSClient average annual income of is less than $10,000194 Employees (76 are PT at Boomerangs)Multiple LocationsRecent mergers with Cambridge Cares About AIDS, Strongest Link (North Shore) and Fenway HealthOrganizational Snapshot

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FY’13 Results: Net Loss $187,482 (Audited)FY’14 Results: Net Profit $293,159FY’15 Budget: Profitable, sustainable servicesPrivate fundraising on targetContract Status: stable: 50% public Financial Highlights

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Evolution of the Agency1983-1997Care for Dying1998-2003Care for the Living

2004-2009

Connected to Care

2010-2013

Improve

Health Outcomes

Crisis/Reactive

Reset

Proactive

Prepare for Future

Grassroots

Build Sustainability

Expand Vertical

Broaden Horizontal

Client Comfort

Client Support

Client Stabilization

Client Independence$ High $ Decrease$ StabilizedNew $ Sources

Strategic

Plan

Strategic Plan

Strategic

Plan

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Model of Care

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Model of Care

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Our Strategic Plan: the Roadmap Environmental/Landscape Scan (SWOT)Mission, Mission, MissionStrategic goals and optionsCriteria for partnerships/mergerList of potential partners: pros/consTimelines establishedBarriers/Enablers

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Merger with Fenway HealthIntroductory conversation: Fall ’1260 day go/no go review: Jan/Feb ’13Due diligence: March/April ‘13Decision to merger by Boards: April ‘13Announced: early June ‘13Official on October’ 13New AAC Leadership in place: April ‘14

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Programs and ServicesConsolidated services for gay men: expanded testing hours, connection to care, more outreachSTD “Clinic in a Box” access at AAC sitesHealth Library/Fenway Institute: collaboration & accessOrganizationalIn first full fiscal year: saved $500k in back end work: : IT, facilities, finance, communications, purchasingOutreachPrEP Awareness Campaign: clinicians & peer supportImpact: Immediate & Sustainable

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Medical Home Model: leveraging AAC’s community based support servicesIdentifying new sources of revenue3rd party billing for community servicesBuild pricing model for integrated services modelNew relationships and partnerships to grow and/or fill gaps Continued integration of brand and organizationTrain young leadership for the future Looking to the Future

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Critical Factors for SuccessBe true to your missionEmbrace changeManage organizational/person egoBe open to adjustments as opportunities ariseBe ready to fail; you will learn from theseAlign head and heart before final decisionMove forward with speed and determination

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Organizational Models of CareAIDS Service Delivery WisconsinMike Gifford, MBAPresident and Chief Executive OfficerAIDS Resource Center Wisconsin

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HIV Medical Home model of care178 staff 12 clinics and offices$56 million annual budget3,500 patients and clients40,000 people at risk with HIV AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin

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Statewide Model of Care

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1993 Northwest Wisconsin AIDS Project - Eau Claire1993 Wisconsin AIDS Research Consortium1997 Center Project - Green Bay1997 Central Wisconsin AIDS Project - Wausau1998 Northern AIDS Network - Superior1998 East Central HIV/AIDS Organization - Oshkosh1998 AIDS Service Organization – La Crosse2015 AIDS Network - MadisonSurviving Agency: AIDS Resource Center of WisconsinTransformation by Merger

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Wisconsin

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Identify the strategic intent of the mergerFocus on patients & clients and their outcomesInvest significant amount of time in communication and relationship developmentFocus on what will be gainedSet aside the history for a better futureLessons Learned in Merger

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Integrated Health & Social Services

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Legal Services – direct representation & brief legal counselingHousing Services – residential housing, rent assistance, counseling Case Management – medical and social work case managementFood Pantries – pick up and home deliverySocial Services

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Lack of culturally competent care, quality careSecured Part C grant; ARCW Medical Clinic openedMedical Care2001

2015

Structure

Direct

provider

Employ all staff

Direct provider

MCW,

MD contract

Employ non-MD staff

Staffing

1 Physician

1 Medical Assistant

6 Physicians

3 Nurse Practitioners

5

Registered Nurses

2 Medical AssistantsLocationsKenoshaGreen Bay, Kenosha, MilwaukeeSpace2 medical exam rooms15 medical exam roomsPatients71,427

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Limited access to mental health for patientsJoint grant with FQHCMental Health Care20032015

StructureSubcontract recipient

Employ all staff

Grant recipient

Employ

all staff

Staffing

2

Therapists

2 Psychiatrists

1

Psychologist

7 Therapists

3 AODA Counselors

Locations

Milwaukee

7 locations

Patients14646

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Lack of integrated care; unrealized revenueOpening of ARCW PharmacyPharmacy20112015

StructureSubsidiary for-profit LLC

Subsidiary for-profit LLC

Staffing

2

Pharmacists

1 Pharmacy Tech

5 Pharmacists

7 Pharmacy Techs

3 Pharmacy Interns

Locations

Milwaukee

Milwaukee

Patients

417

2,468

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Doyne Hospital and its dental clinic closedARCW Dental Clinic openedDental Care1997

2015Structure

Contract w/FQHC

Direct

Provider

Staffing

1 Dentist

1 Assistant

5 Dentists

4 Dental Hygienists

4 Assistants

Space

2 dental exam rooms

10

dental exam rooms

LocationsMilwaukeeGreen Bay, Milwaukee, MadisonPatients671,407

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HIV Medical Home

ARCW

Patients

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Outcomes of ARCW Model of Care

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HIV Medical Home

ARCW

Patients

CMS Approved

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Significant increase in HIV/AIDS servicesSignificant increase in the number of patients and clients served Enhanced long term financial strength Increased public & private revenueMore cost-effective operationsEnhanced employee recruitment and retention due to improved salary, benefits, retirementOrganizational Outcomes

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Financial Outcomes1992 ARCW Budget2015 ARCW BudgetFederal Government

$0$2,553,318

State Government

1,663,901

6,322,676

Local Government

223,381

767,427

Development

521,949

2,645,000

Pharmacy

0

36,875,350

Reimbursement

0

1,174,343

United Way0350,168Total Revenue$2,409,231$51,044,295

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Patient OutcomesPatientsARCW2009

ARCW2014With an Undetectable Viral Load

69%

85%

Prescribed HAART

74%

95%

With diabetes that is well managed

NA

83%

Prescribed preventative PCP treatment

91%

95%

With controlled hypertension

NA

59%

With controlled LDL

NA77%

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Thank You

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Questions?

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Tools and Resources

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Tools and ResourcesResourceAuthorDescription

AIDS Action Committee & Fenway Health: A New Vision for HIV/AIDS Services and Advocacy

(Case Study)

Peter Kramer

, Nonprofit Finance Fund

-Overview of AAC

and Fenway merger

-Includes discussion of the rationale, catalyst, and challenges of the merger

Strategic Restructuring for Nonprofit Organizations

(Book)

Amelia

Kohm

and David La

Piana

- Benefits/Costs/Challenges of Strategic Restructuring Partnerships

- Future impact of Strategic Restructuring on the Nonprofit Sector

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Tools and Resources ResourceAuthorDescription

Sector Transformation and Organizational Sustainability

(Webinar)

National Center for Innovation in HIV

Care (

Vignetta

Charles)

-Overview of sector

transformation in the world of ASOs

-Cursory discussion of models of merging, growing, and closing (Merge, Go, or Grow)

-Information on resources and grants for sector transformation

Asking the Tough Questions:

Self-Assessment toward Growth vs. Responsible Closure

(Webinar)

National Center for Innovation in HIV Care

(

Vignetta

Charles, Robert Cordero, John Gatto, Monique Tula)

-Overview of sector transformation

-Three organizational leaders perspectives on their process of deciding to strategically restructureGetting your Board on Board

(Webinar)

National Center for Innovation

in HIV Care

(Brian T. Carney &

Kandee

Ferree)

-Overview

of board governance and the role of a board in organizational restructuring

-Includes tips for working with boards around restructuring

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Webinars are available on our website for on-demand viewing.You will find slides from today’s presentation posted to the front page of our website: www.nationalhivcenter.org.Please complete the evaluation at the end of the webinar. Your feedback will inform our programming.If you are interested in individualized technical assistance, please visit our website and complete a TA Request Form. Join us for our other webinars this month!Optimizing Linkage, Engagement, and Retention in HIV Care for Adolescents and Young Adults of Color Tuesday, April 14 at

2:00 PM ET

(Registration available at our website:

www.nationalhivcenter.org

)

Conclusion

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