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NURSING HOME BOARD OF DIRECTORS AGENDA
NURSING HOME BOARD OF DIRECTORS
AGENDA
County of Champaign, Urbana, Illinois
Monday, September 10, 2012— 6:00pm
In Service Classroom, Champaign County Nursing Home
500 S. Art Bartell Road, Urbana
CHAIR:
DIRECTORS:
Mary Ellen O’Shaaghnessey
Jan Anderson, Peter Czajkowski, Lashunda Ilambrick, Robert Palinkas,
Catherine Emanuel, Ron Bensyl
ITEM
I.
CALL TO ORDER
IL
ROLL CALL
III.
APPROVAL OF AGENDA/ADDENDUM
IV.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
August 13,
V.
2012
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
OLD BUSINESS
Respiratory Therapy
Renal Dialysis
VI.
NEW BUSINESS
Management report
Operations (Management Report)
Cash Position
VII.
OTHER BUSINESS
None
VIII.
NEXT MEETING DATE & TIME
October 15, 2012
X.
ADJOURNMENT
Attachments: Management Report, Management Update
Board of Directors
Champaign County Nursing Home
Urbana, Illinois
August 13, 2012
Directors Present: Anderson, Emanuel, Hambrick, O’Shaughnessey, Palinkas
Directors Absent/Excused: Bensyl, Czajkowski
Also Present: Busey, Gima
1.
Call to Order
The meeting was called to order at 6:00 pm by Chair O’Shaughnessey
2.
RoIl Call
Busey called the roll of Directors. A quomm was established.
3.
Agenda & Addendum
Request by O’Shaughnessey to add Compliance to last item of New Business was approved
(motion by Anderson, second by Palinkas, unanimous).
4.
Approval of Minutes
The open session and closed session minutes of July 9, 2012 were approved as submitted
(motion by Anderson, second by Palinkas unanimous).
5.
Public Participation
Joan Miller, representing the League of Women Voters requested the name of the CCNH
representative that will speak at their September 13 meeting. Pattsi Petrie discussed the need [or
a County Board Study Session. Alan Kurtz voiced his support for the work of the Board of
Directors and MPA on their efforts to turnaround CCNH. Gary Maxwell asked for a clear picture
on the future cash needs of CCNH.
6.
Old Business
There was no old business.
7.
New Business
a.
Operations (Management Report)
(iima reviewed the June statistics. The average daily census increased from 192.3
in May to 199.7 in June. Medicare increases slightly from 11.8 to 13.6. Medicaid
increased from 112.4 in May to 116.4 in June. The Medicare payor mix increased
from 6.2 percent ot 6.8 percent. Medicaid at 58.3 percent and private pay at 34.9
percent did not change significantly from May.
June’s net loss was S(47)k, down slightly from May’s net loss oIS(66)k. On a
cash basis by adding hack depreciation, June showed a net cash gain of 514k. On
a year-to-date basis, the net loss totaled S(245)k through June. After adding back
the depreciation expense of S425k results in a net cash increase of $1 81k.
Revenues in June totaled $1 .142 million under budget by $2 1k. Private pay
revenue totaled S369k, and was under budget by S 19k. Medicare revenue was
$1 86k and was under budget by $1 06k. Medicaid revenue was $51 7k, which was
over budget by $94k. This is due to the increase in Medicaid census and the fully
funded Medicaid rate that was instituted by the State in April. The rate increase
was not included in thc 2012 budget due to the uncertainty of CMS approving the
Medicaid rate increase.
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June’s expenses were 51.276 million, down from 51.326 million inMay. June
expenses under budget by $6k. Food costs werc 541k, the highest monthly total
this year and equals to a cost of $6.79 per thy.
Labor expenses were $585k, compared to 5576k in May. June’s payroll included
a $33,350 attendance bonus payout. June’s agency costs totaled S48k, which was
a slight increase from 545k in May. June’s agency expense included a December
invoice totaling 516k. The actual agency expense for June was 532k. In January,
the number of CNA shifts covered by agency staff totaled 286. In June, the
number of agency shifts totaled $132. LPN agency shifts have dropped from 54 in
January to 19 in June.
b.
Cash Position
The June ending cash balance was 5906k, down slightly from $962 in May.
Accounts receivable totaled 53.726 million, a decrease from 54.185 million in
May. Accounts payable decreased from 52.030 million in May to 52.084 million
in June. Cash from operations increased by 5245k. Cash going out included 521k
for boiler improvements and a 5280k tax anticipation note payment.
c.
2013 Medicaid Payments
No updates from the State on changes in Medicaid payments. CCNH is currently
paid within 60 days. According to the opinion of Matt Werner of LSN, Medicaid
payment delays will not increase. Payment delays in 2013 are possible if the
SMART Act savings and cigarette tax revenue are less than anticipated
d.
2013 Budget
Girna reviewed the 2013 budget. It projccts anet loss ot3(991k. On a cash basis, a
cash gain of S622k is anticipaled. Revenue projections are conservathe “ith an
increase in Medicare census from 15.1 to 19.4. None of the otherpayors were
adjusted. The increase in Medicare is based on the implementation of the renal
dialysis program and a respiraloiy therapy program. The Medicare rates ‘ere
increased by I g percent based on CMS rate increases effective Oclober I
Medicaid rates are unchanged. Private pay rates were increased by five percenl.
All wages were increased by one percent, consistent with the CBA. Health
insurance was increased by 10 percent. IMRF costs were increased by 2.28
percent. Non-labor expenses were increased by 1 percent except as noted in the
budget ,nernorandum
e.
Respiratory Therapy
Gima revie’ed the respiratory therapy proam that will be implemented at
CCNII. Respirato’y Iherapy a]ld pulmonary rehab services will he provided by a
respiralory thempisl at the facility al least five days a week. A significani
percentage of the Medicare residents have active or underWing respiratory
problems including Cl-IF, COPD and pneumonia. CHF and pneumonia are also
responsible for a large percentage of hospital rcadmissions. The program will
enhance the care at CCNH and provide the opportunity to increase Medicare
census and length of slay. RT services also provide the opportunity to increase the
Medicaid rate once the new rate methodology is implemented in January of 2014.
f.
Renal Dialysis
Thc renal dialysis business plan and RFP will be presented to the County Board at
the Tuesday evening (August 14) Committee of the Whole meeting. Champaign
Urbana Regional Rehab Center is planning on opening a 10 unit bed-side dialysis
program using NxtStage home dialysis equipment. This does not alter the plans
for the CCNH renat dialysis program.
g.
Corporate compliance
The corporate compliance proposal is on the agenda of the Tuesday evening
(August 14) Committee of the Whole meeting.
8.
Next Meeting Date
Monday September 10. 2012. 6 pm.
To:
Board of Directors
Champaign County Nursing Home
From:
Scott Gima
Manager
Datc:
September 4, 2012
Re:
Management Report
July’s average daily census was 199.5, basically unchanged from 199.7 in June. But Medicare
fell from 13.6 in June to 9.7 in July. Medicaid fell slightly from 116.4 to 115.1. Private pay was
up again in July, from 69.7 in June to 74.7.
Between June and July, the Medicaid and Medicare mix fell. The payor mix in July was
Medicare —4.9 percent, Medicaid —57.7 percent and Private Pay —37.4 percent. In June, the mix
was Medicare at 6.2 percent, Medicaid 58.4 percent and Private Pay at 34.9 percent.
The financial highlights for July are as follows:
A net ioss of $(23)k, an improvement from S(66)k in May and $(47)k in June. The higher
census is helping, but the low Medicare census continucs to be a drag on revenue. Only
three additional Medicare residents would get us to a breakeven point.
Operating revenues totaled $1159 million and was undcr budget by 54k. Private pay
revenue totaled $41 9k, which was over budget by S3 1k. Medicaid revenue was 5520k,
which was over budget by $97k.Medicare revenue was $ 150k, and was under budget by
S 143k. Medicare Part B revenue was 544k, under budget by 56k. May’s revenue was the
highest monthly total so far this year. June’s 546k is above the 2012 monthly average of
539k.
Medicare census was 9.7 in July, down from 13.6 in June. The Medicare per diem was
$497, up from $456 in June.
July’s operating expenses totaled $1 .257 million which was over budget by $1 3k, but
down from $1276 million in June.
The following are the highlights within non-labor expenses, The major item that will
continue to take total expenses over budget through the rest of the year is IPA licensing
fees (administration). This expense is the bed tax which totaled 547.3k in July, which was
over budget by 536.2k.
Electric
(environmental services) was $30k, over budget by 512k.
Medical/dental/mental health (nursing services) totaled S 16k, which was over budget by
S15k. Payments for medical director fees were not invoiced to CCNH and therefore not
service
paid in 2012 for a total expense olS 14.4k. An additional 512.2k in previously noninvoiced medical director fees for 2011 totaling SI 2.6k was expensed as a prior period
adjustment under miscellaneous NI revenue (last page of the income statement), In total
527k in prior period expenses were incurred in July.
Food costs totaled 537.4k or $6.06 per day. This compares favorably with 540.7k and
$6.79 per day in June.
Total labor expenses were 5532k in July, down from $585k in June. Agency costs
increased from 548k in June to 553k in July. Both trends are attributable to the higher
number of TOPS use for vacations that reduces horns worked and increases the use of
agency staff in the short term.
Take a look at the figures in bold type-face as they represent significant changes from
prior months. (Figures will not add to 100 percent.) The Medicare revenue percentage fell again in
July, from 16.3 percent in June to 13.0 percent in July. The Medicaid percentage was unchanged
at 45 percent in July. Private pay increased from 32 percent in June to 36 percent in July.
MedicareA
Apr-12
$182k
AsPct
of Pt
Revenue
16.9%
May-12
$203k
AsPct
of Pt
Revenue
11.3%
June12
$186k
AsPct
of Pt
Revenue
163%
July12
$150k
AsPci
of Pt
Revenue
13.0%
MedicaW
$523k
48.5%
$512k
43.7%
$517k
45.2%
$520k
45.0%
PA Pay
$308k
285%
$379k
32.3%
$369
32.3%
$419k
36.3%
Misc Revenue and Property Taxes excludedfrom calculation
The average daily census in July was 199.5, relatively unchanged from 199.7 in June.
Historically, CCNH experience an ADC of 197 in 2010 and 193 in 2011. The overall census in
June and July 2012 compares very favorably to the same period in 2011.
ADC
AUC
Dec11
1991
Dec10
1950
Jan12
191.8
Jan11
I 98.8
Feb12
194.2
Feb11
200.1
Mar12
190.7
Mar11
189.1
Apr12
191.1
April
1 85.7
May12
192.3
May11
185.0
June12
199.7
June11
1 90.6
July12
199.5
July11
181.1
The year-to-date AJJC through June 2012 is 196.4, a clear indication that the overall census in
2012 is strong compared to 2011 (see below chart).
Average Daily Census By Fiscal Year
198
196
194
192
190
188
186
184
182
180
•DecDatFiruNo.iDg
•DecDOtj,rIJ No,ilO
•DcaathrL.Nv1a
•Dec IIYTD
In July, Medicare days totaled 301 for an ADC of 9.7 inc]uding the Medicare Advantage
days. The chart below clearly shows the sharp drop since March with the slight rebound in June.
Hospital referrals remain down due to very low numbers of hospitalized Medicare patients.
Medicare A Resident Days
May 2010 thru July 2012
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
ip11i
vc
b
The chart below summarizes the average monthly Medicare revenue since FY2009. 2010 was the
banner year, when the average was over $320k per month with an average per diem of $457. In
20 [I, the month[y revenue fel[ due to a drop n Medicare census despite a per diem of $339 per
day. 2012 numbers are down due to the combination of Medicare rate cuts that were
implemented on October 1,2011 and a census slow down. So far this year, the Medicare per
diem is S454 per day on a year-b-date basis through July.
Medicare A Revenues
MontHy Average By Fiscal Year
350,030
300000
2SC.0
203000
150303
100, 000
50,000
FY09
FY10
FY11
FY12YTD
In Fiscal 2012, Medicaid revenues have been under $500k through March 2012. With the
implementation of the ‘fully funded” Medicaid rate in April, revenues are now consistently
above the $500k mark. Through July, the monthly average is S489k.
Medicaid Revenues
Monthly Average By Fiscal Year
600,000
500,000
400,000
300,030
200000
1c
0
FY9
rylo
Y11
FY:zr)
Med B revenue totaled $44k in June.
The comparative revenue payor mix summary shows a decline in the Medicaid mix between
2008 and 2010. With the higher Medicaid reimbursement rate, the Medicaid revenue mix is now
over 45% in 2012 but still well beiow 2008 levels. With empty beds, filling them with Medicaid
residents is not necessarily a bad thing with Medicaid at a 45 percent mix.
Comparative Payor Mix
FY2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and YTD 2012
Payor Mix
2008
2009
2010
2011
YTD 2012
Medicaid
57.6%
47.7%
40.0%
42.0%
45.5%
Medicare
18.3%
21.9%
28.6%
25.2%
20.5%
Private Pay
24.0%
304%
Hl.4%
32.8%
34.0%
Last Five Months wlProperty Tax and County
Overhead Allocated Monthly
Mar-12
Apr-12
May-12
Jun-12
July-12
$263,665
$45,762
$490,350
$293,488
$6,912
$12,617
$1,666
$87,840
$182,112
$40,831
$523,162
$307,746
$6,280
$13721
$37,648
$86,147
$203,112
$53402
$512,337
$379,109
$6,560
$16,612
$2,910
$86,023
$185,770
$45,732
$516,762
$368,537
$6,898
$16,173
$2,480
$86,119
$149,679
$43,986
$519,792
$419,250
$7,306
$15,293
$(8,114)
$86,119
All Revenues
$1,202,300
$1,197,647
$1,260,066
$1,228,471
$1233309
All Expenses
$1,268,540
$1,262,276
$1,326,334
$1,275,617
$1256464
$(66,240)
$(64,629)
$(66,267)
$(47,146)
$(23,154)
Add Back Depr
60,762
60,762
60,762
60,638
$60,638
Cash
(5,478)
(3,867)
(5,505)
13,492
$37,484
Census
Change
ADC
Change
5,912
5.0%
190.7
(1.8)%
5,734
(3.0)%
191.1
0.2%
5,961
4%
192.3
0.6%
5,991
0.5%
199.7
3.8%
6,185
3.2%
199.5
(0.1)%
184.5
195
200
201
198
MedcareA
Medicare B
Medicaid
Pvt Pay
Adult Day-Private
Adult Day-TXX
Miscellaneous
PropertyTax
Net
lncome/(Loss)
FTE
July’s ending cash balance was $868,633. Accounts Payable was $2029 million. Accounts
receivable totaled $3 .784 million in July.
The following graphs provide a comparative statement of position for CCNH through July 2012.
Census
Fiscal 2010 ended with an ADC of 196.5. The ADC in FY201 1 was 193. Census has shown a
strong rebound in June and July. August will show overall census more than 205 with some days
in August over 210.
Monthly ADG Since January 2010
210
i
205
200
195
19o/
igs
180
175
170
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210
200
190
ISO
170
160
150
140
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Revenues
In FY 2011, patient care revenue averaged $1.1 76 million per month. Through July 2012, the FY
2012 monthly average is $1 .137 million, a drop of S39k per month or 3.3 percent. The critical
factor still is with Medicare revenues. In FY 2011, Medicare averaged S277k pcr month. So far
this year, the average is 5220k, a drop off of S56k per month or 20 percent.
Average Patient Service Revenue and Medicare Revenue By Month
Year
FY 2008
FY 2009
FY 2010
FY 2011
FY2OI2YTD
Patient Service
Revenue
$1,064,788
14,8%
Medicare
Revenue
$180,184
$251,796
(4.9)%
$320,298
(1 .1)%
(3.3)%
$277,308
$220,810
Annual % Change
$1,250,614
$1,188,863
$1,175,137
$1,137,144
Annual % Change
39.7%
27.2%
(13.4)%
(20.4)%
The weakening of CCNH’s Medicare A volume continues to be concern. The Medicare rate cuts
(average of 12 percent) that went to effect in October 2011 are a large factor. Medicare census
fluctuations add to the problem.
When one compares CCNH’s current performance against historical performance, the Medicarc
drop has been significant and it has had a telling impact on revenues. So, while revenue from
patient services is down about 7.5 percent, Medicare A is revenue down 31 percent.
Medicare Average Census Days
Period
Dayslmonth
FY2008
FY2009
FY2O1O
FY2O11
Dec II toJulyl2
479
595
701
515
485
Pct Change (2011 vs. YTD 2012)
(5.8) pct
(30.8) pct
Pet Change (2010 vs. YTD 2012
However, the recent downturn which has seen the Medicare census fall from 20.4 in February to
the July average of 9.7 is hopefully a short term trend. Hospital Medicare ccnsus has been veiy
low during this period and CCNIT is the first choice for the majority of the inquiries.
The table below summarizes the Medicare data by fiscal year. It clearly shows that 2010 was a
good Medicare year. In 2012, Medicare volume is better than 2011, but the rate cuts had reduced
the overall Medicare revenue.
Medicare Revenue Per Month
FY 2008,2009, 2010, 2011 and YTD 2012
Revenue Per Month
Days Per Month
Revenue Per Day
2009
2010
2011
YTD 2012
$251,796
595
$434
$320,298
701
$457
$277,308
515
$230,972
$539
512
$451
The Medicare per diem is a critical factor in building a better revenue base and we have
significant improvements to make. The respiratory therapy program will provide opportunities to
increase the per diem and increase Medicare length of stay. The renal dialysis will also have a
positive impact on Medicare census.
The following charts summarizes the long term trend for revenues.
Revenue from Patient Services by Month
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Medicare A Revenues by Month
$500,000
$40.000
$400000
$350000
$300,000
$250 000
$200000
$1 50,0
$100,000
550.000
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Expenses
Expenses in July totaled 1.256 million, down from $1 .276 million in June.
The following graph illustrates agency expense through July 2012. Agency costs totaled S48k in
June, slightly up from S45k in May. Management will continue efforts to reduce and hopefully
eliminate agency use.
s
Agency Nursing
200
180
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
Dec
Apr
Aug
Dec
Costs
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Dec 2008
Aug
Dec
thru July
Apr
2012
Aug
Dec
Apr
The table below summarizes the average monthly operating expenses since FY 2008. Except for
the 9 percent increase between 2008 and 2009, there has been little growth in expenses.
Monthly Average Operating Expenses
Year
Operating
Expenses
Annual% Change
FY2008
$1,241,775
FY 2009
$1,357,833
9.3%
FY 2010
$1,249,738
(8.0)%
FY 2011
$1,259,420
0.8%
FY 2012 YTD
$1,257,939
(0.1)%
The following graph profiles the long term expense trend for CCNH. The figures since October
09 reflect the elimination of the transfer expense associated with IGT program.
All Expenses Including County Overhead
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Salaries continue to be our biggest cost. Graphically, the salary relationship is presented below.
Salaries by Month
Salaries per resident day averaged $90 per day from December 2011 through July 2012. June’s
average was $97.72. July’s average fell to S89.73 per day.
The table below shows that salary costs per day are lower in 2012 compared to 2011.
Salaries Per Resident Day
By Fiscal Year
$94
$92
$90
$88
$86
$84
$82
$80
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The last graph, below, compares salaries to agency, and there has been a big improvement in
containing outside staffing costs.
CCNH Salaries Per Resident Day vs Agency Expense
May 2010 thru July 2012
180
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
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Sum mary
The overall census has rebounded nicely in June and July to levels not seen since the spring of
2010. Medicare census remains low. Despite the significant decline in Medicare census and loss
of Medicare revenue, operating losses have been minimized over the past few months due to the
additional revenue from private pay and Medicaid.
To:
Board of Directors
Champaign County Nursing Home
From:
Scott T Gima
Manager
Date:
September 4, 2012
Re:
Cash Position
Sources & Uses of Anticipated Funds
Attached are the exhibits showing CCNH’s cash position as of July 31,2012.
July’s ending cash balance was $868,633, down by $37k from $905,922 in June. The net loss for
the month was (23)k. Adding back depreciation netted a positive cash flow of $37.5k. The net
cash from operating activities after taking into accounts changes in accounts receivable
(increased by 59k) and accounts payable (reduced by 55k) was a cash reduction of $24k.
Accounts Payable fell from $2.08 million in June to $2.03 million in July. Accounts receivable
increased from $3.73 million in June to $3.78 million in July.
There has been no change in Medicaid payments, which remain 2 to 3 months in arrears. The
state remains silent on future changes in the payment cycle.
Champaign County Nursing Home
Statement of Cash Flows (Indirect Method)
8 Months
November 30, 2011 through July 31, 2012
CASH FLOW FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES:
Net Income (toss)
-
YTD
$ (222,653)
Depreciation Expense
(Incr)IDecr. in Accounts Receivable
(lncr.)/Deer. in Prepaid Expenses
(Incr4/Decr. in Inventory
(Incr.)/Decr. in Patient Trust
Incri(Decr.) in Accounts Payable
Incr./(Decr.) in Salaries and Wages Payable
lncr./(Decr.) in Interest Payable
lncrJ(Decr.) in Accrued Corn. Absences
Incr./(Decr.) in Other Liabilities
485,856
2,163,081
(101.503)
-
760
(1,661,679)
(354,740)
(49,104)
25,46
(904)
Net Cash Provided by Operating Activities
284,580
CASH FLOW FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES:
Purchase of Equipment
Improvements (CIP)
(12,412)
(21339)
Net Cash Provided by Investing Activities
(33,751)
CASH FLOW FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES:
Increase in Tax Anticipation Note
(Decrease) in Bonds Payable
(Decrease) in Equity Adjustment
331,191
(165,000)
Net Cash Provided by Financing Activities
166,191
Total Cash Flow
Beginning Cash 11/30/2011
417,020
451,613
-
ENDING CASH
-
7/31/2012
$
868,633
Champaign County Nursing Rome
Monthly Statements of Cash flow (Indirect Method)
Febniary 29, 2012 through July 31, 2012
Feb.’12
Mar ‘11
Apr ‘12
May92
June’12
July’12
CASH FLOW FROM OPERATING ACrIVITIES
Net Income (Loss)
-
Monthly
Depreciadon Expense
(Invr.),Detr. in Accounts Recei’ble
(Incrjiflecr. in Prepaid Expenses
(Incr)/Decr. in Inventory
(Incr.>Decr. in Patient Trust
Incr./(Decr.) in Accounts Payable
Incrf(Decr.) in Salaries and Wages Payable
Incrf(Dccr.) in Interest Payable
Incrf(Dccr.) in Accrued Coin. Absences
Incri(Dccr.) in Other Liabilities
Not Cash Provided (Used) by Operating Activities
$
(15,677) S
60,774
(224,615)
467
(66,242) S
60,762
110,833
7,301
-
(l.353)
181,731
‘5,778
I 485
7,621
11,413
47,626
(64.629) $
60,762
(368,380)
13,032
-
511
24,706
(175,625)
‘1,365
23,024
(8,028)
(11,293)
(66,268) $
(47,187) 5
(23,154)
60,762
102,207
13,033
60638
459,018
13,032
60,638
(58,717)
1,140
(236,338)
67.242
11,425
(3,371)
(1,139)
(5l,3ft7)
(216)
53,526
(223,720)
(57,126)
(13,028)
216
245,153
430
(54,985)
43,142
] 1,425
(14,929)
(430)
(14,224)
12,356
-
-
416
443,831
51198
11,426
5,473
(561)
152,568
CASH FLOW FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES:
Purchase of Equipment
Improvements (UP)
Net Cash Provided (Used) by Investing Activities
(12,412)
(12,412)
-
-
-
-
-
—
-
—
-
-
-
(21,339)
(21,339)
—
-
CASH FLOW OM FINANCING ACTIVITIES:
Iner.fQ)ecr.) in Tax Anticipation Note
Incr.f(Decr) in Bonds Payable
Incrl(Decr.) in Equity Mjustrnent
Net Cash Provided (Used) by Finonein Activities
-
-
-
-
Total Cash Flow
Begiming Cash Balance (Piior Months)
35,214
1,091,087
MONTH ENOISG CASH BALANCE
5 1,126,301
sm/iou
(11,293)
1,126,301
$ 1,115,008
-
-
IS2;58
1,115,008
S 1,267,576
S
(254,456)
(279,705)
(13,065)
(2$4,45
(279,705)
(13,065)
(305,763)
1,267576
(55,991)
961,813
(37,289)
905,922
961813
905,922
5
868,633
CCMF el flows
am s,d Jury 1012
Champaign Cornity Nursing Home
Febn.ary 29. 2012 through July 31,2012
key Balaqic Stint ft*ms C.t. Ielo.
FdL’ll
1116301
4,029372
1,7S9,243
Cas1.
A/R
Alp
M,e.’l1
1,115008
3,918,539
I 322.949
Apr. 12
1,267,576
4286919
2,266,780
Ma, 12
961,RI3
4,184712
2,030.442
c&., Accoonts Ra and Aun Pw..
-
J..c ‘12
%5.922
3,725696
2.08396!
July’12
68,6J3
3,784,412
2.028.93
S mnrfl trend
$5W0,
MCCC,
$3. SCO,
$2.500.CCO
$1,soD,
$ 1,CCR
so
Feb. 12
Mar. 12
Apr. ‘12
Casb
8/’ a/wi,
e—A/H
May’12
June ‘12
July’12
—a—A/P
NH cah ow 6
ni et,d IIAIy
2U13
To:
Board of Directors
Champaign County Nursing Home
From:
Scott T Gima
Manager
Date:
September 4, 2012
Re:
Management Update
This is the forty-ninth in a series of updates designed to keep you current on developments at
CCNIt.
Census: For the first quarter of fiscal 2012, census averaged 197.3. Our preferred level is
195 while the budget is 190. June’s census averaged 199.7. July was virtually unchanged at
199.5.
The table below shows the payor mix trends so far this year. Clearly, Medicaid is up and
Medicare is down.
Payor Mix
Dec
Jan
Feb
—
FY 2012
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Medicare
9.3%
9.2%
10.5%
10.4%
8.0%
6.2%
6.8%
4.9%
Medicaid
52.8%
53.0%
52.1%
54.1%
56.6%
58.4%
58.3%
57.7%
Private Pay
37.9%
378%
37.3%
35.5%
35.4%
35.4%
34.9%
37.4%
Operations: June showed a net loss of S(23)k which is slightly better from S(47) in June. On
a cash basis, adding back depreciation of $6 1k, the month ended with a positive cash increase
ofS37,5k. On a year-to-date basis, we show a net loss of S(223)k, but adding back the
depreciation expense of $486k, CCNII has a cash gain of $264k.
Financial performance continues to be subpar. Occupancy remains high in July but Medicare
census remains ]ow. The primaly reason is a low hospital census over the past few months.
The August stats will show an increase in overall census but Medicare will probably be
around 10.
On the expense side, agency costs increased from $45k in June to S53k in July. Keep in mind
that June had $1 6k in December 2011 invoices, making the jump from $32k to $53k. Tt looks
like the increase is due to a seasonal increase due to vacations that typically spike in June and
July.
The chart below shows the number of TOPS hours taken per payroll period. There is a clear
spike in the month of July.
TOPS Hours by Payroll Period
—
FY 2012
1,600
1,200
TMOO
800
600
400
200
1112612011
1212611011
0112612011
02)26/IOU
03/2612012
04fl612012
05(21f2011
06/26(2011
07126/2011
Corporate Compliance: The MPA compliance program was approved by the county board.
A couple of changes were made. The compliance agreement is a stand-alone agreement and
not an addendum to the existing management agreement. It was approved for one year and
will be re-evaluated at that time.
Renal Dialysis: Wednesday, September
request for proposal.
th
5
is the deadline to receive responses to the
Revenue Anticipation Notes: The county board deferred the discussion of the county
backing revenue anticipation notes and has asked Deb Busey and Dan Welch (County
th
Treasurer) to provide infomation on the issue at the September 1 1
Finance Committee
meeting. Gary Winschel of MPA will provide any assistance.
Respiratory Therapy: MPA and Alliance Rehab are in the process of finalizing the
respiratory therapy agreement. As soon as the contract is executed, Alliance will begin
recruitment of a respiratory therapist.
As always, give me a call (314-434-4227, x12) or contact me via e-mail if you have questions.
Croa±r Cotrtv Knioo Hrre
Historical Statenienl of Opcrat’cns
01/31111
02/12
04/11
221
240,964
I 686
263.085
444.209
2O11
4fl112
45.762
4,330
4919
1 01.112
40$31
34Z165
10.650
23,488
523,161
307,748
2Z015
394l I
16754
19,528
.194190
1.180.222
1076174
21 5,640
19&7N
l00,O
iI.Thz
23116
12/11
01 lIZ
MIsceIIa9.a* Rees,,
MedIce A Ree,’oq
Medjes. B R.nna
Mlc4J Re.nu.
375
269.111
3. Sn
267.048
3.30S
P,IIe Pay R.vene
AdLL Day Care ftrn..aj.
413S0
OS/Il
D.scnpcn
Dc/i I
10/I I
11)11
OWl
Tht.I
06/12
07/12
2416
2202
203.112
53,402
512,337
I 05.770
45.732
3.000
1 49.679
43.986
1.574
I 744.479
3I0.25
05/12
OperatP,, Jncm,
27A42
450,067
ToIsrIncrn,
518.752
S8,537
519.792
3.915.590
3Th,l0e
419250
2,027,906
10,001
23.172
25072
21.599
167,791
1,114406
1078.772
1173571
1,142,154
1.159.105
9,118,725
21&922
.148
215234
95,940
2S3,I0
255,G
lOl,RI
257,733
255.780
1$71.027
91808
763,547
17.044
1 5,521
20,012
544241
95.639
17.570
11.212
15,372
18,047
1l06
9T 411
±4sf
17fl
!2f M3
4.597
4222 336
3115
).454
‘2.3
36.02
0424
42243
3230?
32’
117446
“4*3
04217
65926
M2lfl
Operating Exp.nse.
Ern4,eM,l.nLaI Scn,te
55.773
17,801
21 443
IFry
M.InI.n.,t.
51tfl4
Stt.
A—
SacS —
f9
2C54€
1755’
nea2
3O5
T1y
36.7
32256
4f90
34540
34 Q
l376
111.091
‘069.2
11Th
II 75
p..sc.
——
—
—
Fvcd Sen,ica
& Be..,,
Da, Ca,
Bane
0.039
I
5.34?
A1cn&
.,d Ra.d
an
Ycza
— 2..-n.
_tc-t
1
NonCper.trn
Lcc.iTa.a
‘82GM
zueq
25,530
itfl4
5,967
3P.07
SSLWI
20.45
75?5
4C2’5
140?fl
6.0’S
t4
2an2
16430
S7C7
34234
,064
39’EO
333
6467
04.261
5.642
‘50’
118166
06?
8$ 214
9Ji
07.816
112446
236
23
6.9X
7.12
5.52’
5444’
6.99
2:32?
997
fl913
2.616
7.663
I5I.W
a
I 31.226
S
5
l 1
908
• c2.144
08.620
I 24Mm
1.239.0W
n 6
•.fl54C
l.22,27S
‘7838
48?
5.,t I
•124 33
I.flGSS
9
-
.556
.255.404
90
r 340
112 5S
1035521
53 2H)
3b.5N
1Dz
l54z
fl x41
152.752:
Ifl 804:,
7 170)
026 4.,
U.l19
Still
47
66,119
00107
04 147
.023
870
1.054
1,726
64,119
08
64.110
(1 l.995
64&gs
24401
II 0.075
472
.495
Incv,u.
MflttlMous NI m.n.,n
Tol.i
76929
90.505
l6C
9 Ii,co,,ia
aOp.,iin
Na’ Incari. (LosI)
F,diy, Ao.t r. flTZ
73?
66.055
68.536
86.789
07.040
33.567
28*57
(15,077)
65.242)
64.029)
(66267)
00.317
74.124
(47.107)
(23.154)
71
St
(232.553)
“44 AM
Champaign County Nursinq Home
Historical Statement of Qoerations
07/31/12
0811 I
D6scnpuon
01/Il
10/Il
I I/Il
12/lI
01/12
02112
03112
04/12
05/12
06/12
07/12
Total
417
(69
ISa
3,236
946
(306)
594
541
477
3,010
591
1.637
500
1.753
206
3.294
27
375
318
3,692
I .751
2.321
581
1432
29
2,202
4,809
4.919
210
1,438
30 I
1,6
3,880
21,574
203635
230,897
108444
1 62,809
344203
150, 871
1 56.990
103.510
1369.934
366
16,726
11075
20,113
21,571
4.564
3.077
5.523
89,117
65j09
29,424
28,465
54,742
1.402
48.176
25,697
41,537
302,553
Tote’ Medicare A Reve,.je
259,111
267,046
245.984
263.005
1 62,1 12
203,1 12
1 86T10
I 4,0Th
1.786.479
Wedlcare B Revenue
,1.dicare 0
Tctei Medicare Revenue
27.443
27.443
32,300
29,922
40.33 I
40,831
53.402
45.732
40,733
43,380
43,086
319,385
29,922
45s 762
45.762
53.401
32.300
306.51 I
142.220
4.235
302,179
260,543
3IS,931
160. 121
7.704
341.107
141.715
343.239
1 33,641
0,009
360.935
1 43.507
351,217
9,069
12,477
456,007
404209
3.549
490.350
12.592
6,067
2,01 9,792
1.141,010
101.469
3,320
432.112
I 10,674
26,431
9,441
136422
3,892
153644
4609
3,778
513,161
5 12,337
51 6.762
01 9.702
5.710
7.360
3.685
12,589
14,520
I 3.653
1 3.436
I 3.003
15,386
3,452
Operating Income
MsceIlaF,sous Revencje
Luh Reburenient
Late Char
e. NSF Check Che’9e
0
Other M’aceIbreoLs Sev.ej.
Thl&MisceIIai,eo eve,Iue
Medicare A
Medkare A
Revenue
AROMedlcareA
NH ptCre .Medic.rsMv.nb
eJH
9
A90Pl Care Medicate Adnr,la
e/
0
Medicaid Revenue
Me*aid Th.XIX (IDtFS
ARC
3.069
1310
Medd Thie OX ( iCHFS)
PaUs,t Cate-Kos*e
ARD patient care Howe,
.
-
lalal tdicaid Revenue
4.375
4075
19,335
0,796
3I3I5
53.310
391 5.590
Private Pay Revenue
VAV€le,rl Ni,.oo Hlw cae
ARC VA Vetevam care
Nursina Hcv,qe Paser Car. prIvate
287,531
205,390
248,293
232772
205,854
263,059
281,982
312215
06,653
17,337
2,094.697
Nrs1ng Koøie 0e4y Shoç Revenue
3,451
3.903
3,617
3.656
3,484
29,480
6,743
7798
944
1 04,542
418,300
1,637
7)231
394 .111
3.441
2.703
79.662
347,185
5.093
2.003
35,444
293,488
5,007
006
70,002
307748
3,066
1,742
3.055
Med cai SiØJe6 Reve.,ije
Patient Tr.n,pcctallor’ Charge,
ARD PaO.,t Care— Private Pay
3,536
4,823
1,391
91.983
27
80.1 17
388.537
5.037
1.211
30.740
40,434
10,802
038,467
419259
2,927,S6
3,196
13.721
3,054
flMOS
108.037
-
-
-
Tolsi Pr.te Pay Rever,ue
379,109
Adult Cay Care Revenue
VA-Vetertte Aduit Daytara
LDcartrrIen0fA9k’9-0ayCareGo
1,099
2.010
269
3,259
14,065
Aduit Day Ca Ct,.res.Pnvate Pay
0,061
10,034
5,310
9,721
6,371
12,617
3.643
Friday, August 31. 2012
3,082
3,272
16,612
3,348
2S82
16,173
3910
l0193
4.250
35.960
11:45AM
Chanpajon County Nursinq Horns
Historical Statement of Operations
07/31112
OOdl 1
Desoripon
TOI4F Adult 0
ay Care Roenue
TObE inborn
09/11
lOfI I
11(11
11111
01/12
02112
2
03/12
04/12
05/12
06/12
07/12
Total
22.015
18.754
16,650
19.628
20,001
22,172
23,072
22.599
67.791
1,194,198
1,150.222
1.076.174
1,114,458
1,078.772
1.173,571
1.142.154
1,150,185
9,118,725
2050
1,474
31.149
29.177
971
22.724
29,943
908
274
29,873
1.196
35,480
562
159
242.562
7,401
207
340
226
8
320
171
96
98)
(8)
1,327
Operatln Expense,
Adm(n
stratlon
Re9. Fiji-Tine ErtipIo
s
3
SaI.rln, & Wanes
Pe Dish
T.
Ovorunie
TOPS ealartes
28.66
135
762
180
621
.180
‘.345
251
1.083
11
1768
315
IS
1.896
681
83
134
130
102
5,715
437
2.169
2,751
2,064
2.837
2,197
2,763
2.122
2.723
2.265
2.334
2,914
2.862
2.934
W0.e, Cnpes.5or, Iriswar.
U08,lipFoyn.4t insaai,ce
1,628
821
1,701
1,570
1.609
1M20
1.710
1.719
2,397
711
600
3.600
395
4195
1,281
EgnØoyee He.IfiflJfr In,u,ar,c.
4.871
4,739
4,739
465
4.082
4.739
36.022
FhARF
Early RoIkem.ct ObiaVon
Emptoyee DoMopmerrtiRegnwon
3.475
3475
3.475
3.475
3,475
3,475
103
90
34
3.475
49
69
3l88
1.110
2,
1,701
1,744
525
1,615
147
Eqqo’ee Pby2I.L.b
StalMn.tfl FWing
80083. Per’od.rs I Manuais
26
1,745
27.603
l,1
1,905
2.478
15.801
201
111
2.114
893
628
002
574
609
431
69
5,404
808
2,125
3,626
004
3.518
3.625
388
1,058
3,625
421
1,118
3,825
736
1,154
6,225
501
3.251
TOPS
-
RCA
SoaI Security EmØoyei
IMRF-lipIocCoit
-
-
CØer SLpEes
e. UPS. Federal Epregs
2
Po,b
.ralIc.iiF SLJppie
F*alt & Accunthig Fees
Arcfltett Fees
308
3,337
99
3,493
2.064
279
582
956
1.811
3,625
3,625
3.062
3,233
37,755
Prol.ssiorel Setvioes
Job Requira trw& F1enae
ii, ra rice
LabiIi
4.195
3.476
177)
2,735
63
3.625
Allomey Fees
Poperly Loss
103
2.315
(2310)
1,675
46
35.045
479
10731
0,731
Crams
Camp’AerS.n4c.s
Teiepone Ser,,ice,
Auto nob ie Mntenar1ce
Legal No&es. AdverlN,p
2.671
8.204
1.513
Dues & Licee see
Frida August 31, 2012
3.130
1.430
13176
34,956
7,902
33,237
(45)
14,508
10,24’
(76)
3.222
1.467
240
4.450
5.287
864
6,400
30.50 2
122
20,731
32.056
129
20.151
119
24,73!
24,981
22.882
44
24,731
227
42
3.309
4,220
3.313
38
4.071
2194
I .985
1,041
.625
4.944
2.379
175)
(12.792)
2,379
2,711
2,472
1 0,201
23,077
13,828
6.348
4,920
17.064
31.590
3,081
50,138
265.442
1,244
141.385
2.902
32.511
4.006
2,939
684
2,011
.505
1,302
1,613
0,278
1,041
3.467
1.041
3.426
1.041
4.213
2.082
217
620
1,041
153
1,925
23
1,625
1.626
1.625
1,625
327
1,953
2474
9,875
2,640
3,128
2.472
1,047
1.803
2.472
1.635
2.474
5,502
9.593
290
3$75
Phocapy Services
PLibik Raoos
Conternes & Trip,Ir
ENhance Charges, Bank Fees
Cabi&Sterite lv Epeng*
8,117
10.510
804
.267
1.901
2.472
11.683
200
34,044
1Z2
393
11:46 AM
07)31/12
Desoriplion
0811 I
PA Licenslr Fee
09111
10/Il
Champaiqri County Nursinq Home
Historical Statement of OperatIons
11/11
12/Il
01/12
02,12
1 1.300
11 ,3
10,571
flrias & Per.aIIIes
mIsflri Office Equipment
e
9
OeprethNcr, E’p.ls.
Traerers to General Ceipfle
lnIsret-rnM,cleon Notes
3
Tolal
03/12
04112
05/12
06(12
07(12
l1,3
4382
45.2rn
40I9
47.350
1430
5,8S3
225.144
t280
60,297
61.222
50fl4
60,762
507S2
60,761
60633
60,638
48858
1.425
2 I 6.840
II .415
ISa .704
11,425
218,522
1,415
115,154
11,425
153,289
2,173
11,425
255,885
2.633
11.425
257753
246
11.425
255.780
5,051
01,402
1M7 1.027
27,673
20,394
30,130
31.531
3044
31.471
35,104
30674
247,921
826
942
2,394
38
1,207
4
6,193
661
920
71
2,329
178
1.174
90
1.673
126
143)
(II)
(1,9)
72
521
40
5517
422
SocI SectU4ty ErI,plvyer
IMRF EmpIoe Cost
2,296
3163
2,073
2,735
2278
2,999
2.300
3.133
2.292
3,016
1410
3.’ 0O
W0rIcer’ Cm per,eatcn lp,wyarIce
1.029
1 ,Ea2
066
I .744
1,700
373
1609
5,008
640
6,543
1 $72
1,454
0,725
4.141
7,087
5,502
1 3,305
18,949
8,570
5,177
11,429
23,006
23953
2,272
468
2,233
408
2.165
3,448
874S
258
2,738
5,735
254
1,270
06,040
90.505
5,410
Inirest Holds
PU
rId
Pa.e
Totaj AdmEriIsa,
nvironmental Services
Rag PiI’Time Employee.
GerIime
TOPS fllaoce.
-
TOPS- PICA
-
Unsr.pIci,,e.It IplaUTance
Esnployae HeaFtWLIre
Oper8 110 rpa I SpspIIe,
,sumnI,ce
5,434
4,729
9541
4,312
10,385
17.548
20,671
Wste, Senice
2,308
2.476
Pest Car,lrol Serce
waste Disposal & Rctli,.g
EqpmeM Renl.1s
448
7.113
468
Gas Senice
Rectri Serice
Sewer Sen,Ics & TaT
ThtI EnyiroftmeflaJ Sen,ices
250
-—
5,247
258
.437
2.640
C14e
2,268
18,343
3,470
3,167
24,820
1,740
1,941
1,707
1,415
.471
1221
13.010
1.135
7604
7.274
7,040
4,326
11,624
4,112
3.680
4,324
25,634
2.250
26.500
2.672
29,833
186,461
1544
18,521
466
5.119
258
482
942
4,716
1,
101,913
2,737
151
1,286
1482
268
1.700
39 M05
2,004
12,756
95,839
91,388
763,587
9,035
5
8.711
10,490
0,465
366
73,022
1,732
1,020
954
6,457
53,746
35,978
81,723
1.284
85.773
100,040
280
573
93.148
9,354
9,723
8,728
250
748
574
722
313
1,025
106
183
(565)
(824)
—
24
14
(44)
677
877
628
675
889
891
795
.040
B3)
735
1,052
652
853
74
027
15
797
50
655
940
5.622
7,905
540
510
483
465
800
482
580
323
4,083
57
891
218
451
477
428
432
371
2,325
1,612
1,304
1,012
1,612
2,315
1662
1,612
1,612
1,002
1,612
1,170
800
1,313
1,314
6,042
1,545
1,065
1,442
1,735
2.215
11005
13,176
5,047
17.576
15,372
1 33,900
Lsundry
Reg FU4ITIn,e B”ployees
Ouwtinie
TOPS 3eIareg
TOPS PICA
50
SecUMily- En.pbwr
DRF Erriployer Cost
Wo,ke,.’ Ccnip.p,sauon Itwjrai,ce
-
-
UnenloIoyme’it Insur8r,ce
mpIoeeHeafth)Lihili,pjir.ce
Laundry SupplIes
LiTens S4diro
ToaP Latindiy
Friday,
August 31.2012
2,017
17,601
1.840
1.118
10.732
1,843
17,040
15,511
201
124
6.902
11:45 AM
Chamo&qn County Nursing Home
Historical Statement of Operations
07/31/12
08(11
Descripijon
MaIt,t.nanc.
0 FcII-T8te EmpIyev.
Re
Dye lime
TOPS Balances
-
09(1 I
10/li
11/11
4
2/11
01/12
02112
03112
04/12
05/12
06/12
07/12
Tota(
3155
3,538
1.315
4
4,242
5,257
148
5,155
8,009
II
35
(427)
(33)
50
4
796
4,904
4
415
458
61
32
243
1!
(527)
(40
230
254
323
372
35
406
392
385
60
2.634
34.532
136
1,041
TOPS RCA
Social Sect1ty Imployer
IMRF Em*yer Cost
3
262
348
312
334
426
490
537
616
606
3.471
Wcnrw Comp.ra*p, Irisorsoce
Lkrnplo8rHM iiisijrai
186
04
182
183
235
228
285
273
1,914
14
290
272
261
386
271
264
268
1,749
5
3
3
7
3
5
05
5
510
550
-
-
-
Empbo H.aitli%If, iF, stnnce
Gai8ne & 08
Qw,d Sia/leg
M.1t4nan 644JØ1a8
profes&onai S.0Ps
AIomobiie Minter3rte
Eqjipneot Maipitonanc,
Eqijippr8plI Rita
Ntn9 Kan,. flUIidiilQRep.inNeiMe
C
era picas S Trakn9
Land t8in str.lcas
Parkfriq Lol)SMewai 8 Maintenance
Nw&n Hamestiidinq Construttioni,
TMl Maintenance
130
470
10,720
4,530
123
5,574
6,017
7,346
2.022
3.179
752
1,376
183
769
520
385
931
676
482
4.439
560
2.604
2,228
209
1.730
4D9
(241)
4.330
14,003
9.295
488
7.512
2.010
2.300
1,134
267
019
1,123
1.229
.227
las
37.968
123
5,844
13,097
Is
10,795
959
2.610)
0.064
24
60.511
1.445
24
5.711
5,300
1.731
21,483
23,796
26,929
20,012
(2.49%)
25.530
29,074
11.213
10.647
4,625
77,473
I 07,956
1 09.684
108,259
110,704
‘10697
‘3,272
116,140
99,900
076,608
3,504
30,975
3,662
33,071
2,632
32,410
2.625
10.317
2.676
2.100
31655
3,034
35901
2.632
31,380
Overme
44,881
28625
7,981
S4l0
50153
(331)
93,197
44308
(15.671)
41,276
4,600
63.001
88,107
3,797
20.766
Taps
-
Nursin9 S.rvcas
Ra Full-lime Ern*,eg
Re9. Pawrwne Enpiyees
TSYPIp. Salaries & Waaes
.
Dajarices
N Senefit PLi-Tlme S,n*s
Nu B.n.1 PM-Time Ern*yees
Tops
FICA
soC Sewr9y. Employer
1MRF Ewpl01r Cost
Woik era CcmpensaOor inSLflnCt
.
-
UPlemploymeft4 maLi rant,
Employee HeaAthttite lnsinnce
Books, Pak4icaLs & Martab
Sloc*ed Dros
Phavrnacy Char9e,-PI.8HcA
Friday,
Aogost
31. 2012
73,743
2,200
74.213
26.518
359
*700
200
26.143
169
24.325
20,01 1
14175
21.454
24349
14.174
11,012
28,378
14,377
16.807
22,575
12,715
(4,671
13,321
3.775
507
2,0t
1,404
16,135
3.445
517
30,480
611
20,700
26.300
13667
11.991
16.947
2,776
1,775
21.800
30,344
3,671
l03593
35,354
261
23.396
27,715
15.148
9.760
37.934
25)
14.950
28.814
5.404
1 7,068
6,709
15,533
4.497
301
8,140
658
079
93.527
40,985
(1,275j
25,415
29,446
I 5,997
7535
5.659)
92,412
40,037
(433)
23,385
27.387
14334
1 6.490
6.409
14.937
09
2.263
120
1.179
2,164
1.508
,63
232,364
327,221
697,706
253.482
(24)
182.596
213,868
116,015
60,301
126,815
500
26M1
0,048
11:45 AM
Charnpaiqr, County Nursinq Home
Historical Statement of Cperations
07)31/12
DescrIpon
08/il
Inco.ISre90e SuppIs
Pharmacy Char
., Irlsn,’ce
0
-
OpcntionoISiØs
Pharmacy CFwges4AedIcre
Me1cDeM.0Nenl HeaTh
Pro6sssIcreF Se4c.s
09(11
10111
jIll
——
12111
01/12
02(12
03/12
04/12
05(12
06/12
07(12
4M03
9,754
3816
7,279
6,16
12,017
3402
10294
8231
4123
9,209
6.344
3.155
6.727
2,913
3,110
0,797
3.500
8.246
3.705
%235
14.520
15.307
21,018
15,276
1Z78
12,150
Z883
12.305
6.050
2,550
12,138
9.725
2,026
10.727
0,400
IMCO
1.600
I,34t
5,742
16.114
13,000
555s4
110.406
95.640
10740
1001
lS1 17
19.900
22,133
162
I ,1
2,574
2.425
1.919
305
1.547
1,713
4.937
4.012
20
6491
5j07
150
297
712
2.016
2.319
959
519
1.080
129
1.219
4004
08,000
74.096
1.904
47.435
37,695
53476
44.561
406.219
2.679
21,645
040
4.943
53,653
2.67’
49,676
18,904
90
49,075
1,202
19.455
786
990
4.490
27.200
36,530
1,253
14.063
30.665
270
1.175
188
1490
540.090
528.774
403.550
544.142
526.034
054.103
514.905
525M43
4,226.395
13.029
14,475
14,036
4345
13,719
20.094
11.074
9,844
111.705
231
347
(717)
192
(544)
(55)
909
(42)
747
MedaII Naaih Eu!prneM
ThIsi Nursils Setvices
70.022
13j77
Due. &Lien.ea
cerence, ITrall9
Conn:t Nursing SaMces
M&icareM,dicaiser\1c.s
29,122
1.6X
21.807
Job Req&e Trav
Letvrat,ry Fecs
Eqtipmanl Re,Iis
toIl
16.000
A:(lvltles
Reo. FL,lI-me Ejiiproyeer
Owarsm.
TOPS
-
TOPS
-
Balances
FicA
Sooi.i Security. Fn1o)6r
iMF’ En,proy. Cost
WarI<en’ Cnnpensaio,, lr’sjrance
iJrerilflvja1( h’sur.,ce
Ejr,plnyee kIeaIt4U4 Insurmice
403
31
1.341
103
244
19
1,064
.432
17
1,317
1022
32
1075
1.345
1.415
774
427
72
1,620
2,725
2725
754
(222)
2,720
116
177
125
115
414
795
730
107
8
1.0
I 46
759
7.446)
(570)
1,529
era0nsd Supplei
ProI,stci,sISerrices
Conte,sr,css & Trainin
0
Thlai Acevihes
771
(0,1 97
(474)
6.394
2.012
1.1 I
554
1,106
540
492
963
544
374
2,725
2.263
2,160
6.175
4,007
10,874
11.055
Z807
662
2.725
322
125
340
125
362
125
132
125
142
60
133
60
1.733
125
123
996
490
20633
20.466
17.021
14,597
100,245
11.582
1.917
10
642
91449
49
SDks. Penodicais & Marluais
20,640
23.892
20.369
485
22.600
10,626
11,470
11,337
11.611
538
10271
419
11.743
7
150
1,435
2.111
154
2
367
699
17
6
69
906
1,141
62
949
73
II
413
32
845
1071
953
1.130
1,037
1,132
1.005
1,127
323
7.497
9,115
642
630
129
150
740
5.477
Soojal Service.
Reg. Fud-Thne Eipioyee,
Terrip Saiarles Wages
0,ertms
TOPS Onianoes
1,499
11.006
402
201
430
732
TOfl.RCA
Socrai S.corty EnpiOr
33
1.QOQ
1,320
50
837
1.069
S31
600
-
-
IMRF’ErnpivyerCoet
Workers’ C06106.1s$V00 Insurance
Friday,
August31
•
2012
002
1.099
641
5
IotF
7,602
2,336
4,224
11:45 AM
Champaiqn Counts’ Nur&n home
historical Statement & Operations
07131/12
DescilpUon
Unsniplonfl ra’oe
Employee 1e.Ithq.Ire Ipisurinc.
08/Il
09/11
10/1 I
I I/I I
6
12/1 I
01112
02112
03/12
04/12
05/12
00)1 2
07/12
78
I .607
841
1407
580
I M07
634
374
2.201
2,151
391
2,151
349
XC
2,212
2.151
125
125
776
I15
410
125
125
25
t41
125
1.649
19,810
10,455
724
149.769
4.531
4.307
34,872
173
23
1977
flocks.
paln&als & Mar,u.Fs
Operational S LjpIcs
Prnlesaiwi& Servives
41
CalIeres & TnIri
9
Total Social snn*e,
17,557
18,586
10975
19.384
10,000
238
20,370
4,265
4720
4tl I
4,300
4.097
4.503
501
186
134
Tola’
3,326
15,017
349
Physlc& Tharlpy
Rag. FtJII.TWne EmpIo.e.
e,.lime
tOPS. Bancei
5 Epnplvypas
No flendt Full-tm
TOPS PICA
-
Sodal S.cu,Ity- Employer
lM e,,p’oyei cost
,, omp.nsaon Ins.
5
W&k
-
Utwployneqit lns(%3 p1 Ce
Ewlo3qe H.aNLlte Ir,stwaFIce
Ptofessicoal ServIce.
total Phyaical Therapy
190
lOS
193
22
503
23
418
13
15
45
265
351
304
401
228
390
1Z)
390)
320
421
33
203
199
14
407
(17)
344
21
319
430
412
420
227
230
227
249
138
I2S
303
1.089
200
1.009
227
216
252
172
84
1.433
29.420
30,508
1.122
31.709
30,568
37057
(134)
2,427
90
1.351
173
(10)
185
7
144
13
140
240
134
‘90
110
105
102
157
646
09
545
32,324
36,0
31.130
494
258
1.089
20,545
30,007
151
2.031
3.370
1.082
1.009
1.122
40139
35,861
lOSS
35,489
39.007
328fl
3750
47,638
42134
41.143
265940
321,100
2,144
2948
1.051
2,784
2,144
205
17,418
416
10
183
214
110
31
1.231
1.720
5,780
Occupationa! Therapy
Reg. Puh.tnw FmpFoyees
TOpS-espice.
TOPS. FICA
3ocISeccjr”y.Empoypr
IMRP 8m*s Cost
Worlcer&CcnpensallcnJns.
UneniØoynientIr,,...
HnlthIjfe frswanoe
Protes,lveI Serve,
trnaI Opeupaon.l Therapy
S11Øoe
2,109
548
29,116
32156
34Z8
194
15
103
214
119
114
541
(32)
(1)
155
204
113
III
78)
6)
90
224
124
(7)
(1)
III
240
645
30,171
III
545
32,345
132
114
551
32,783
33,311
35,218
36,791
II .501
II .681
9.017
9.817
9.350
9,350
30.904
38.044
3,078
173
1.303
375
40M83
1834
32,541
30.084
12
045
PsI
720
4,390
29.007
32.507
140.490
276.305
10,424
10,414
11,403
85.928
88.926
40.430
37.592
2.150
1.999
2546
2,531
Speech Therapy
Prores&onal Service.
Tot4 Sosech Therapy
Food Services
Reg. FuliTirne Enploye.s
RI9 Psrt-l9me Employees
verlirne
FrTdayAugtistsl, 2012
14.099
14999
10.376
0,407
10.375
8,407
3t059
1,715
39,448
Jo?
30,021
2,773
1,983
4332
176
1404
11.493
313.383
19.110
13.273
11:45 1
Cbampaiqn County Nursiriq Home
Hlstoricaj Statement of Cperations
07/31112
Descrlpoon
TOPS
TOPS
-
08/11
B&a,c.e
PICA
09)11
10)11
11/11
1
7
1
01/12
02112
03/12
04(12
423
32
26
2
3.910
605
51
Z521
(790)
24
‘93
3,227
10
3.344
4.402
05/12
06/12
07/12
Total
(446)
35)
3,374
4,441
(39l)
z75)
3,102
4,202
(1.005)
(03)
25.712
38,876
SccI Seotaity En,pIy
IMRF Employer Cost
3036
4.691
3,959
2.918
3,841
4.247
(01)
3.111
4095
Workers’ Compensallco lissance
2.340
2,243
2,140
2,8S1
2200
2.356
1.020
4.078
2297
1,953
1.824
Z3SS
I .844
Z221
.365
10,301
Unemo,,int lnswance
EmpIote He.tJte
7.056
7,068
7,060
7.175
7,081
7061
7.275
7.058
60006
-
-
bsupm,c
Food
(706)
4076
30,789
31.321
38.092
39.649
36.740
30.221
40.053
37.477
303,503
Nmum,aJ Suppta”ente
Oper.eo.,al Suppa
3)180
4204
2,725
2,913
4,230
3,295
3.444
3.985
3 155
27,123
3,702
5.404
3,374
3.206
6,450
t500
2,005
405
2,609
2A63
405
2.203
1.642
1.022
3.476
31.094
P,ofesop, Sarvices
Equromet Re.1t.b
2,259
3,064
405
405
405
3.161
721
ULeaSucensa
Cts rent.s I Trornirw
Tcil FoodServlces
Barber & Beauty
Reg. Full-Titne Empbes
Oveitme
TOPS-Balances
TOPS-PIcA
SocI SeeIJr!ty EmpIoe,
lM Ero,r Cost
WV an cc.i,nensa&n Irlsrarce
-
-
Uoempleyni.rit Instra,.
EtIosee HealIfr/te Iristnrte
Opeiatior,aI 8u7/IIn
otal Barber & Seauty
T
Adult Dsy Care
Re9, FtI-Tlme E,rløoyees
Temp. SaIWes & wages
O.erme
TOPS Uaar,ces
-
TOPS
-
PICA
SocIal Security
—
Em 7lo,r
lMRF—snploCoM
Wothe re’ Ccrnpsnneon hisuranca
Unemployrrert JBsLAranc.
1)9loyee Heift&e lnss.nc.
Don s, Pe.1oicals S Msr,uals
Caslne & Oil
Friday, Auu,t 31, 2012
408
00
406
20.963
80
1 .419
933
111.091
190,942
104,281
110,160
107,618
112.444
17,408
104.217
082.210
4.410
4.890
4.129
4.326
4,129
4,514
4.820
4,320
35.571
(114)
103
418
515
47
(272)
29
20
780
(9)
5
207
32
280
241
230
279
458
39
(136)
(11)
4
(213
324
241
60
2.064
303
427
317
2,701
228
260
267
239
1,980
216
I .009
223
1,089
210
1,112
23
.009
207
1440
0700
1.125
6,531
54,447
13.375
‘04
‘04.522
244
302
209
230
220
317
239
212
227
1.009
toes
149
309
1,989
184
6,539
7379
5,642
1.122
21)9
7.236
6049
l
6900
216
7.121
0005
75
14.301
12,796
1 33T4
‘2,771
1 3.750
14,459
14
11
21
10
06
20
657
50
285
18
(610)
(47)
042
1,104
665
1,169
932
1,203
1.000
1.819
604
65
2,176
719
875
709
614
744
712
2,1 TB
2,170
244
90
1,216
675
1.040
(571)
(44)
1.390
10
253
333
0
295
23
953
1.255
706
234
ZOl 7
54
1.043
1.372
761
490
363
77
295
62
40
23
1120
(1,699)
1,009
1,446
820
1,318
745
16
637
2,605
2,696
229
2,773
1.460
90
.245
94
2.696
656
437
2.356
(1,522)
7.829
10,248
6808
3,638
19,641
161
7110
11:45 AM
CIampalqn County Nursinq Home
Historical Statement of Operations
07131/12
De8cdpon
00/1 I
0paratcnI &o4es
Ad Td ps/A cIMIIes
09/11
10/11
11/11
8
12/11
01/12
02/12
03/12
04/Il
05/12
00/12
15
12
66
35
48
38
34
07/12
248
16
Confe.encasIT,.Icfl
Auwmobiles, VehivIs
150
78
16
228
I0587
21,076
(I6
18,994
20.317
20.992
23,9I0
21.818
‘TeaS
(15)
161.368
Rsg Full-Ibm. EmpIo.eo
24.523
fl668
23J)90
22.848
20,274
II .951
14826
24.433
182,524
eersoe
I 3.958
7387
6.451
8.192
10.772
89,289
(6fl)
24,853
517
23.784
14047
82I4
6,642
TOPS SeIne,
No Oai.fil Fill-lb’s Employees
No Beseqt Psrt-’Thme Employee,
10.839
1.592
24.959
(2.241)
16.930
(216)
17.710
201
23651
205
20,64l
2.811
173.481
13,1 8
14.70’
14.217
104,066
21
1.710
1.917
5.299
0,940
4tl
54.409
TOtal Adifl Day Oea
Azheim.rs
and R&ated DIsord
-
2l.240
1 4,441
I 3.354
11.574
9,480
1 3.020
tOPS PICA
Sodal SecurIty- ariployw
IMRF Em9deyer Co,t
wo.i,e, Coqp.r,.8on Ins.jrax.
(48)
OaT?
8.325
122
5.073
45
4.775
240
0,08
(16)
4,380
(171)
4991
6.609
3,191
6l0
2,908
6,699
5T40
6.571
5,427
7,143
7,801
270
3.186
2.069
3.494
1.648
25.466
080
3,243
2.329
2.139
Z279
Ur.I,plownen1 I.tursi,ce
EmIOse. H&MIMJt lns4nr,
.,aVonal 6u9p1!e,
3%9
3.367
1.364
18.750
3.243
3.143
3.342
3,782
3781
3.347
3.237
27.220
403
43
1.414
63.065
-
-
3.450
4
Cnfeiene.s &Tr,*,
0
ARO Co on Ct Nijrsin
9
Tolal Ajzheirner and R&a Fed Dieore
.
Total Ekpelses
Net Operaurlo frtc,,ie
486
440
920
3,128
4,1
.863
8.975
1 0.120
7.255
12.758
8.545
10 ‘.016
108.076
90,014
102.244
8810
2, 463
I 05.701
100.656
755,585
1.247.479
1.230.620
1.1 70040
1,268,540
1,202,176
1.311,334
1.275.658
1.206,484
10s0,21 I
0,2B9)
(59.590)
(102,486)
(154,082)
(103.504)
(162.783)
(133,504)
(97,271)
936486)
06,119
ss.i 1
06,119
88.119
05.119
SOs
187
86,187
00.147
80.1 lO
06.023
06.023
65,110
86.11
05.119
88,119
648,952
688.862
(12,600)
13.940
170
111
119
09
90
107
636
1543
304
472
106
490
4.096
24.881
Nonopereting Inborn.
Local
Taxes
CrJnnt-Nr.No.,,e0peran
9
TotI LGcaI TaKes
Miscellaneous NI Rs,ientjo
Prior Period AusbjeM
IOstslri,enhlntere,t
ResIrfetco Dc.laoo,
06.147
32.549
4 7
500
579
I 054
60
82.718
Tot NenOp.ratr,p Income
06,856
36.536
06.789
87,840
118075
66.496
86.317
74.124
713 .83
Net Irtome (Lo,)
33507
26937
(156771
(04s242)
(64629)
(60267)
(471 87)
(23,104)
222.053)
Tot& MiscelaneoLj, NI Revenue
Priday, Aunust 31, 2012
737
737
142
175
196
(II .995)
1145 AM
07131112
Descnpdon
Operating Income
Miscellaneous Revenue
Medicare A Revenue
Medicare B Revenue
Medicaid Revenue
Private PayReveriue
Adult Day Care Revenue
Total Inconle
Operating txpenses
AdminisWaon
Envirorwnental Servkes
Laundry
Magena,ce
Nursing SeMcas
AcOvites
Soda’ Services
P%tcal Therapy
OccLçaonal Therapy
Speech Therapy
Food Ser.ces
Baiter & Beauty
Adtlt Day care
AIiJ,e,ecs and Related Disorders
Total Expenses
Net Operating Income
Champaign County Nur&ng Home
Actual vs Budget Statement of Operations
Actual
3880.47
149678.71
43985,70
519,701.87
419249.53
Budget
1.39500
292.28200
50.001,00
422,407,00
Variance
2485.47
(142,803.29)
(6015.30)
97,384.87
31,338.53
22598.75
387911.00
9.325,00
1159,185,03
1.163321,00
(4,135.97)
25578009
91,388.10
15.372-29
18.646-61
21540700
87,34O0
18,665.00
34,639.00
(40,37309)
(4.024.10)
525843.48
14.59683
539,824.00
I 9,986.00
24,741.00
19.455,80
42.242,65
5,389.17
5.225,20
-
YlD Budget
Variance
21.57398
1116000
1766479.20
2338,256.00
400.008,00
3.379.25600
(571.776.71)
(80822.99)
536,334.49
2.927.905.84
16779083
3,103.288.00
74600.00
(175,382.16)
93,190.83
9,118,725,47
9,306,568.00
(187.842,53)
1.871.826.61
763.56730
133.90750
177,473,07
1.722256.00
(148,570.61)
698.912,00
149320,00
277.112,00
4,318.59200
159,888.00
(64.655.30)
15412.50
31938504
3.915.590.49
1327375
3.292,71
15.992,39
13.980,52
1
YTO Actual
4.228.336,06
160,244.83
149.758,85
321.159,08
276.385,62
10413.98
99.63893
90,255,94
(356.83)
48.169,15
15592,02
197.928,00
336.75200
34866400
105,832,00
864,472.00
19905,84
(17,753,84)
57784.00
198.288,00
3,336.57
36.901,63
42094.00
43.58300
(148.65)
11,076.06
1,735.55
3.84102
641.74
882.225,84
54,447,43
17,683.14
100655.94
13,229.00
108.05900
7.22.00
24,786,00
90,161.00
7,102.86
(10.404.94)
161.38637
788,565,43
721,288,00
(67,277.43)
1,256.463.66
1,269,761,00
10,055,211.05
10.158.08E.
102.876,95
32.506,94
11,493.4
104.217,08
6,581.26
13,7.34
85.92616
72378,38
(97.218.63)
(106,440.00)
9,161,37
(936,485.58)
(851.520,00)
(84.965.58)
86,119.00
(11994.06)
86120,00
(1.00)
(12,370.66)
688,952.00
24,880.92
688,960.00
376.00
(8.00)
21872,92
Total NcnOpertng Income
74,124.34
86,496,00
(12,371.66)
713,832.92
691,968.00
21,864.92
Net Income (Loss)
(23,154.29)
(19,944.00)
(222.652.66)
(159.552.00)
(63.100,66)
NonOperating Income
Local Taxes
Misc&raneous NI Revenue
Friday, August 31, 2012
(3.210.29)
3008.00
11:22PM
Champaign County Nursing Home
Actual vs Budget Statement of Operations
07131112
Descripbon
Actual
Budget
Variance
20600
3293.79
393.00
3660.00
3,144,00
725.00
62600
2.66779
13016.68
5.00800
380.68
388047
37600
139500
4.68
2,485,47
4689.30
2157398
8007.68
168130
1041398
102518.18
5,623,34
41537.10
25361 7.00
(15109882)
1269,934.17
36,665,00
5,623.34
2872.19
14967871
292282.00
(14260129)
89,116.81
302,553.31
4,87500
1766.47929
43.98570
43,085.70
50,001.00
50001.00
(6,015.30)
(6.015.30)
319.38504
319,385.04
400008.00
40000000
(8062296)
343.23872
136,421.92
29.334-77
10706.46
418.19200
(74.95328)
136421.92
2.619.791.91
1,141.010,02
3.345,536.00
(725s744.09)
1.141,010.02
4.21500
101.46946
53319.10
33,720,00
67,749.46
519,791.87
422407.00
25,1 19-71
10.79646
97.384,87
3.915590.49
3,379,256.00
53,319,10
536.33449
15,386.41
6357.00
0.029,41
50856.00
45,796.66
312,215.41
375763.00
1,973.00
3,002.00
(63547.59)
1881.50
96,652.66
17,336.00
2,094,69698
29,46630
3,006,104.00
15.784,00
816.00
2.835,34
394,07
40,484.12
10,802.05
24.016,00
6.52800
(911407.02)
13,682.30
16,468,12
4.274,08
387.91100
80,744.90
31,338.53
638,466.90
2,927,905.84
3.103288.00
(175,382,16)
2,377.01
9,219.24
1,677,50
13,273,75
22,985,32
108,836,51
35.969,00
167.790,83
5,432.00
48,592.00
20,576.00
74,600.00
17553.32
60,244.51
4.249,50
22598.75
670.00
6074.00
2,572,00
9,325.00
1.159,185.03
116332100
(4.135.97)
9.110,725.47
9,300,560.00
(187,842.53)
36,47.78
28,399.00
612,00
(8.058,78)
242,561.71
7,401 .28
227,192.00
4,896.00
(15369.72)
1,61490
88132
1,512.00
2,096.00
(2,505.28)
(162.90)
121468
-
ItO Actial
ITO Budget
Variance
Operating Income
Miscellaneous Revenue
LUIOfT Reimbursement
Late Charge, NSF check charge
Other Miscellaneous Revenue
Total Miscellaneous Revenue
Medicare A Revenue
Medicare A
ARD Medicare A
NH Pt_Care MedicareMvanbge! Hmo
ARD_Pt Care MedIcae Advantage! HMO
Total Medicare A Revenue
(107.00)
-
Medicare B Revenue
Medicare B
Total Medicare B Revenue
Medicaid Revenue
Medicaid TiDe XIX (IDHFS)
ARD Medicaid Thie XIX(IDHFS)
Patient Care-Hospice
ARD PaDeiitcare. l-tspice
Total Medicaid Revenue
-
Private Pay Revenue
VA-Veterans Nursing Home Care
ARD- VA Veterans Care
Nursing Home Patient Care Pilvate Pay
Nursing Home BeaubrShcp Reven’
-
-
3,85450
5,837.34
Medical Supplies Revenue
Patent l’eansportation Clorges
ARD Patient Care- P,tvate Pay
Tca] Private Pay Revenue
?dtai Mult Day care Revenue
Total 1come
3,008.00
I I .160.00
-
-
Adult Day Care Revenue
VA-VeteransAdult Daycare
IL Deparunent OfAging-Daycare Grant (Title
Mult Day Care Charges-Rivate Pay
—-
1,210,97
80.74490
419.249,53
)
3,056,01
15,293,24
2028.936.00
(659,001.83)
89.11681
309320.00
—
2.338.256.00
--
(6,766.69)
4.87500
571.776.71)
(50,622.96)
17336.80
638,466,90
-
15,393.00
93.19083
Operating Expenses
Administration
Req. Full-lime Employees
Temp. Salades & Wages
Per Diem
Overtime
TOPS Balances
-
TOPS FICA
Social Security B,iployer
lIrr- EmployerCost
Workers CompenUon Insurance
Uneniployrnent nsurare
-
-
Friday, August 31. 2012
840.10
225.00
95.65
(2.315.75)
(177.15)
2,735.10
3,49314
2j3.65
218.59
189.00
262.00
(228.10)
(36.00)
16935
2,268.00
2.315,75
177.15
(467.18)
10,509,65
803.99
18,201.37
18,144.00
(10,509.65)
(803.99)
(57.37)
2,840,00
I ,490fl0
612,00
(653.14)
(573.65)
333.41
23,077.43
13,027.51
6,948.12
22,720,00
11,920,00
4896.00
(357.43)
(1,907.51)
(2052.12)
11:22 AM
Champaign County Nursing Home
Actual vs Budget Statement of Operations
07/31/12
Description
Employee [Ieatt&Life Insurance
lM Early Reliement Obligatioti
-
Employee DeYep1IenVReco9nItQn
EmptePh[caIs/Lab
Staiary
PhnVng
Actual
Budget
4,739.40
5,475.00
3475,36
58.91
2478.40
111.31
40.00
2,170.00
225.00
‘nD Actual
rro Budget
735.60
(3475.36)
36,022.00
27802,68
43.80000
81.09
(308.40)
113.%
1,12240
15,80080
2113.97
Variance
Books. Peis & Mai,aIs
CoçiSoi
Poslage, UPS. F
Eess
cen,j Sies
AaJil&Accc-st’Fees
&cltea Fees
Mtocney Fees
43193
740.00
X07
00
5,494,34
SO.25
3.25112
7l3,
2222.00
211Th
(1fl12)
4.92O,
17,084 Cr2
3.624.B7
3593.00
(31871
(224277)
5.28361
3l598
3j2.l0
50,235.55
8.&77
4,166.00
23.582,39
143S9
24.73100
29.68.00
359.00
21 02200
COTaiIerS,nictS
TeIepI,e Seates
At*bae Un fl)e
3.31043
‘.612.94
2403.00
.63.00
Le k4. Athettg
Ftmsocopy Sencs
P. Rto
Oue &Lces
6.520,16
1.040,97
153,10
1.62 08
Proessioral Services
Job Required Trani Eense
‘ssace
PrceflyLoss&[J4CIaEnS
Confcnrtes&Ti*i[ng
Flnarce Cha’es. Barc Fees
CabI&Sotellite TV E’pense
PA Licensing Fee
2,47432
47.35550
Fines & PenaWes
Deprecaticri Expense
60,538.37
Transfers to Geneml Cporate Fund
Interest-Tax Mlicipation Notes Payable
Interest Cii Inteiftiid Loan
Interest- Bonds Payable
Total Mministxafion
Environmental Services
Reg. Fut-7ime Employees
Ovettnie
TOPS Balances
TOPS- FICA
Sodal Security- Employer
-
lM Employer Cost
Wo&ers’ Compention Instance
Unemoloyment Insurance
-
Employee HeaTh/Ute nsurance
Qperaftnal Supplies
Gas Seivice
Sectic Service
wate’ S.r.’te
pe.4 Cut! SaMee
WweD,cs&F.oc-,ct6
2çtApTIe Rts
Sewer Sev &Tax
ToW
E,wT’Ta2I
Secbes
2
183477
246.33
11,425.21
255,780.09
30.87358
1,193.40
(1,908.82)
5,090.00
617.00
190.00
2,312.00
940,00
2,S42fl0
2,395.00
11,085.00
1.02500
59,633.00
6021.00
0.
(1.’21 .18)
(‘13.97)
3690
64.92
94000
713.23
(79.32)
(36,269.50)
1025.00
(1005.37)
215407.00
(40,373.09)
27.42300
734.00
7,059.69
2,680,19
6,192.00
5,993,00
2.09700
4,324.15
14102.00
29.832,67
2.6441?
‘1,697.00
2,7’
94200
2,48132
478t0
2,07800
239,00
,137.00
87364.00
Z002j7
32.511,05
11.68601
2.00
34.043,82
829l.7
393.46
9475.40
2,54049
5561.57
7,778.00
(27602.88)
1,120,00
l7.36000
(2.46)
1.55020
i8,00
(313.97)
5920.00
5.7040D
17.77600
28.74400
3332600
233flfi.00
2,872,00
168.17100
768.00
19fl4.00
12904.00
40.792,00
5.0600
1.52000
le.480.03
(89.00)
42566
Th360
63’.Ye
(2854.96)
(3.082.10)
(16907.55)
(32 424)
1628.27
26.fll.17
(2,1347)
(13,2S7.Q5)
12:7.99
(21033)
6,748.15
(3.27.57)
1,126.54
19,593.08
225,144.00
7.S.00
20.3S4.00
19,160 01)
68,688.00
4879.51
14,822.43
(433.08)
(136458,00)
7,280.00
485.85603
8.200,00
477.4.0D
920.00
(3,792.03)
48.168,00
2,387.71)
6,021.00
86.67
1000.00
(0.21)
2.83500
1.42400
713.00
9 .388,10
96.00
(9543)
333.00
1.000,00
11425.00
(148.03)
2.36825
3,117.45
1.70726
1,211.00
258,00
175982
215.01
(3.709.08)
265.4422L
1243.73
141.38t.83
Variance
5,051.71
48,108.00
2,664.00
8,000.00
91400.00
8.00000
91401.68
1871.826.61
1,723.256.00
(1.68)
(14E,570.61)
(3,450.58)
(450.40)
1 ,9.52
247,920.72
219,38400
(28,536.72)
5,661.37
5,516.76
5.87200
146.03
(271.25)
(282.45)
(283.26)
422.03
18,843.03
24,819,65
13.67385
I l.135,4
21063
(5,516.76)
(422.03)
1677600
(2.067,03)
(2.139.65)
(508.00)
(867.69)
2,312.81
9,778,85
(12,135 67)
473,l7
(464.00)
l.616.4a
31.00
(.62i
(4.024:0)
22,660.00
11,392.00
5,704,00
(2,287.85)
(5,431.48)
(4,20856)
11,966.17
31,100.67
41536.00
47.44,00
1 I2.2406
14157600
(44.885.05)
B,520,94
4.76,02
I 7.S,00
(1.52.94)
2.24 00
(892.02)
39.O4.
?4.00
32,62400
2 32.00
909600
60091200
(3,069.88)
(64,655SC)
53,744,56
35,r7.83
81,723.33
186,461,05
1275558
763567,20
245.00
Laundry
Friday, August 31, 2012
11:22fl4
Champaign County Nursing Home
ActuaT vs Budget Statement of Operations
07/31112
DescjpUon
3
Actual
Budget
Reg- Full-Time Employees
Overthne
TOPS Baiarces
TOPS FICA
9,464.50
368,04
10731.00
177.00
Soclal Seirity Employer
735.22
834.00
63.06
98,78
123.92
562227
6,672.00
(123.9?)
1,049,73
IMRF Em*yerCosl
967.82
1098.00
130.18
7,408.05
8,784
1377.95
Wwlcers’ Compensation Insurance
UnemplonienI Insurance
Employee IiealthlLlfe Insurance
523.39
370.86
552.00
222.00
1.825-DO
28.61
(148.86)
4,08315
3,325,42
12.99500
4416.00
1776.00
14.60000
(231,75)
1240,00
15372.29
1.98600
1,240.00
18,66500
13.175,71
9.90160
133.907,50
15,888.00
9.920,00
149.320,00
332.85
(I .549.42)
1605.00
2,712.29
18.40
15412.50
5,088.64
10,83
12.033,00
8.00
6,944.36
(2.83)
526.52
34.632,13
165,96
1040.90
96264,00
6400
61,631.87
(101.96)
40,28
534,76
70358
32757
(134.74)
127520
79,63
2634,22
3,470.86
1,913.81
-
-
-
l.aurldrysupplies
linen & Bedding
Total Isun&y
Maintenance
Rog. Full-mae Employees
Ovedhiie
TOPS Baiances
TOPS F1CA
Social Soc1Jrity Employer
IMRF-EnlployerCost
Workers Cpensalion InsLHwtce
-
-
-
Uiemployrnenl Insurance
Employee HeafthdLlfe Insurance
Ga,oline&OiF
Grjnd Supplies
Mairiterence Supplies
(824.29)
(63.06)
1,612.00
2.217-75
(526.52)
(40.28)
386.24
508.42
281.43
267.74
549.80
3.1 79.4
Profess4ociai Services
AisomobiLe Maintenance
Equipment Maintenance
Equipment Renlals
Nursing Home Suilding Repairaalntenance
208,50
1,72961
18,00
6.983,95
-
92100
1212,00
609,00
133,00
1.82500
15,00
70,00
3120.00
3,120.00
445.00
259900
Variance
lTD Actual
1,266.44
(19104)
824-29
73,922.18
1732.30
161982
213.00
3,29271
15.00
70.00
(59.45)
3.12000
236.50
-
1,749.11
1.12300
1.299,22
138.00
37,968,34
123,00
‘(ID Budget
85,848.00
1,416.00
Variance
11,925.82
(316.38)
(1.619.82)
(1.040.90)
7,26800
9.696-00
4.272,00
1064,00
14,6C0.0
12000
56000
24960,00
24,960.00
5.843,64
3560.00
13.096,77
(221.75)
60.611,35
1444.82
24.00
20.792,00
552,00
45,616.00
1,296.00
(79.63)
4733.78
6.22514
2.95819
(685.11)
13477.00
(1.179.22)
422.00
(13,00834)
24,83700
(2.283.64)
7.69523
162.00
869.39
50.20
(1,281.95)
102%
2,596,00
2,596.00
5210,60
4,625.46
20.76800
(24.00)
15057.40
(4.625.46)
18646.61
34.639-00
15,992.39
177,473.07
217,112,00
99,638.93
130.15900
30194,48
1.923,00
(15931)
(8293.11)
876556.06
22.96265
232,384,27
327,221,05
1041,272.00
Overtime
99964.52
263200
31,389.31
43,276.11
164715.94
13.477-35
17,455-73
(47.35705)
‘tOPS Balances
No Deneit Fu-1ime Employees
No Benefit Pad-Time Employees
5.65915
92421,83
40,036,93
(31261)
697,70&67
29,883.00
Tops FICA
Social Secijnity Employer
IMRF Emplowr Cost
(432-93)
23.365,37
27,386.86
23262.00
30.621,00
Woilcers’ Compensation Insurance
14.73436
13,616,00
Unemployment Instrance
Employee Healttift.ife Insurance
Books, Pe,odcals & Manuals
6409,12
14,936.S0
11996
4.949,00
12664.00
Conferences & Training
Isndscap big Services
Paricing LoIiSidewaIk Maintenance
Ntxsir H00ie BuIlding Cor’s.,Iio&Improvemenls
Tolal Maintenance
Nursing Services
Reg- Full-lime Employees
Reg- Pan-lime Employees
Teqip. Sades & Wages
-
-
-
-
69.00
5,702.00
-
4555.00
31,230.00
34983.00
(5.659.15)
73277.00
Stocked Dngs
Pharmacy CbargesubFic Aid
1.178,61
1,886.28
Cxwen
lnntJiiCnCe Supplies
3,788.05
29,00
2,974,00
809.00
2,088.00
9235.15
8503.00
Friday, August 31, 2012
(19,144.83)
(10,153.93)
432,93
(103-37)
3,234.14
(1,118.36)
263,461,98
(23.92)
182.59571
213.867,79
36440.00
249,840.00
27986400
773.75
(14995.35)
(148.82)
312,61
586.216,00
239,064.00
186,096.00
244,968,00
(111.489.67)
(24,397.98)
23.92
3,500,29
31,100.21
116,014.73
108,928,00
(7,086.73)
(1.450.12)
80.051,46
(40,459-46)
(2272.90)
(90.96)
1,795,39
(1.077.28)
(1.702.05)
125.814,96
589,51
28.081,39
9.947,64
29,122,45
39.592,00
101.312-00
(732 15)
76,522.34
232.00
23.79200
6,472,00
16.688,00
68,024.00
(24.502.96)
357.51)
(2.28939)
(3.475.64)
12,434.45)
(8,498.34)
11:22 AN
Champaign County Nursing Home
Actual vs Budget Statement of Operations
07/31/12
Description
Actua[
Budget
Pharmacy Charges Insurance
Opemlional Supplies
Pharmacy Charges-Medicare
2994.15
16726.82
7,018.00
3,9€2,00
24.00600
Medical/Dentac/MenIaI Health
Professional Services
16,000.00
19,465.47
-
Job Require Traval
I_aboratoiy Fees
766.31
990.02
4.49023
‘
Equipment Renta
Dues & Licenses
Conferences &Training
1.21800
Convact Nurng Services
Medicare Medical Services
Medical? HealTh Equipment
44.56136
4.943,24
Total Nu,ing Services
Activities
Reg. FuI-fln,e Employees
Overtime
TOPS BaLances
TOPS FICA
Social Seairity Employer
IMRF Emp]oyer Cost
W1cers’ Compensation Insurance
Unemployment lr,surance
Employee Healthtfe Insurance
Books, Periodicals & Manuals
Operational Supplies
-
-
-
Professional Services
Conferences & TraJning
Total Acfivities
Social
15.505,00
1057,00
11,666.00
VID Actual
flD Budget
967.25
7.27918
8.48700
55,564.04
119405.41
96.610,15
31,69600
192,048.00
124,040.00
(23.868.04)
72,642.59
25,399.82
(14.943.00)
(7.799.47)
(766.31)
27,200.00
136,535.51
8,456.00
93,328.00
18,744.00)
(43.207.51)
1253.09
14,663.21
16,928.00
1,253.09)
2264.79
Variance
-—
2,116.00
1,125.98
3,677.00
19,00
(813.23)
19.00
362,00
73.85400
(856.00)
29192.64
(4.943.24)
525,84318
539.524,00
13,980,52
9,814.22
12,677,00
192.28
(54370)
33.00
2,832,78
(159,28)
543,70
(41.59)
4
41,59
225.41
30664.50
270,00
4.003,85
406,219,22
53,682.62
2671.30
4,228.336.06
111,705.03
no.59
(6,190.63)
29,418.00
152.00
Variance
1.248.50)
2,896.00
590,832.00
(116.00)
(1.107.85)
184612.78
4.318,592,00
(53,682.62)
(2,671.30)
.255,94
101,416.00
204.00
(474.06)
(10,289.03)
(506.59)
6,196.63
474.06
746.59
982.77
972.00
1279.00
544.35
373.97
2,180.09
643.00
267.00
3,650.00
60.00
133,15
271.00
124,70
122.00
7200
72.00
997.60
486W
14,590.83
19.98600
5389.17
160,244.83
159,888.00
356.83)
11,581.87
17,649.00
141,192.00
49,743.04
296,23
65
(10697)
1,469.91
(60.00)
137.85
2.70)
8,394.02
11055,19
6.17306
4.66668
20,874,23
60.00
1.73330
7,776.00
10.232,00
5144.00
2.13600
29200,00
2,168.00
976.00
576.00
(618.02)
(823.19)
(1.029.08)
(2.530,68)
8,325.77
(6000)
434.70
21.60)
90.00
Services
Reg. Full-lime Employees
Temp. Salaries & Wages
Overlime
TOPS Balances
TOPS RCA
social Secu.lty Employer
IMRF- Employer Cost
Wcc*er Compensation [nsurarKe
IJoemployTTlent Insurance
Employee HealtWLife Insurarre
-
-
-
8ooks, Periodicals & Manuals
Oporatonal Supplies
Professional ServIces
Conferences & TraIning
Total Social Setvices
Physical Therapy
Peg. Full-lime Employees
Overfime
TOPS Balances
-
TOPS FPCA
Social Security Employer
-
-
IMRF Employer Cost
Wockers CpensaOon Ins.
-
Friday, August31, 2012
‘
1917.09
6067.13
91,448.96
(1.911.09)
7,601.98
2,33801
4,22427
323.16
7.497,04
9,113.02
5,477,40
3,325,81
15,687,40
349Q
962,00
622.00
18.80
641,74
49,10
166.00
1,004,61
1,127.48
746,49
133.51
2.151,40
1,362.00
147,20
(641.74)
(4910)
357.39
1854.00
901.00
178.00
2,433.00
726,52
154.51
44.49
281,60
(40.99)
124.70
119,00
19.455,80
79.00
24,74100
5.70)
7900
5,285,20
1618,80
724.00
149,75885
4,306,72
4,517.00
210,28
34.871,69
22.59
1.976,64
(7,601.96)
132800
(1,010.01)
10,896.00
(4224.27)
(323.16)
3,398,96
14S32.00
7,208.00
1,424.00
19,464.00
5,718,98
1,730,60
(1.901.81)
3776.60
(34900)
40.99
16.00
276.01
2112
318,82
6.00
(276.01)
(21.12)
346,00
419,69
238.14
472,00
229.00
27.18
52.31
(9.14)
151,21
2,681.07
3.376,42
1,027,87
197.928,00
(695.80)
(92.00)
48,169.15
36.136,00
1,264,31
128,00
2,768.00
3,77600
1 ,83Z00
105.41
(1.976.64)
(151,21)
86.93
399.58
(95.67)
11:22AM
Champaign Counly Nursing Home
Actual vs Budget Statoment of Operations
07131/12
Actual
Desiption
Unemplocnent Insu’ance
Emp[oyee HealtMife Insurance
Proles&onal Seryices
Total PhyscaI Therapy
Occupational Therapy
Reg. FuLl-lime Eir*oyees
TOPS Balances
TOPS FICA
Social Securky- Employer
-
-
IMRF- EmployarCost
Workers’ Co.1werisao1 Ins.
UnempIoment Insurance
EmpLoyee HeaIU-.tife Insurance
Pro1essonaI Services
Total Occupatior, The4apy
Speech Therapy
ProfessIonal Services
Total Speeohmetapy
FQQd Services
Keg. FutrTime Employees
ReQ. Pa,t-lime Employees
Overllme
TOPS Balances
-
TLX’S FICA
Social Security En’ployer
IMRF Employer Cost
Wcdcer Compensafion Insurance
Unemplon’ent lr,surate
-
-
-
Employee Hoaltl*ile Insurance
Food
NtMUonaI Supplements
Operational Supies
Prolessional Servis
Equipment Rents
Dues Licenses
Coniccences & Tiaining
Tcal Food Services
Bather & Beauty
Reg. Full-lime Employees
Cvertme
TOPS Balances
TOPS FICA
Social Security- Employer
-
-
IMRF- E’T’plQyer Cost
Waiters’ Compention Insurance
tjnemplo’en1 Insurance
E,ployee Healthft.ife Insurance
Operalional SuppiLes
Total Barber & Beata
Adult Day Care
Roy. Full-Tire Ernoyees
Friday, August 31, 2012
5
YTD
Budget
Variance
YTD Actual
8394
89.00
71200
1,216.00
5.06
126,80
143339
I 089.20
35489.01
42.242,65
8,779.60
9,72800
35209,00
42,094.00
(280.01)
(148.65)
205,939.70
321159.98
281,672.00
336,75Z00
17417.57
1848&00
2,14369
208.40
15.95
162.63
214.10
2.31100
167.31
1070,43
31.81
1.23154
1,719.81
1408.00
1.856,00
(1.54)
32.06
63.40
961.39
719.79
4,389.80
936.00
35100
4864.00
(367.79)
474.20
249,493.07
276,385.62
320,760.00
348664.00
71261.93
72278.38
85.92616
85,926.16
105,83200
105,832.00
19,905.84
19,905.84
313,382.73
19.110,13
13,273.47
(1.084.70)
325,480.W
4976.00
7,944.00
12,09727
(14.134.13)
(5.329 47)
1.08470
608.00
40.09500
43533.00
11,007.91
11076.06
11,493.45
11493.45
13,229.00
13,229.00
1735.55
1.73555
37.592-47
2566.17
2531.07
4068500
3,092.53
(1.944.17)
(1.538.07)
3,590.60
3,236.00
4,259.00
15,732.30
15,592,02
(15.95)
13.37
17.90
544.60
29087.09
32506.94
(274.69)
3,191.89
4,201.65
-
415.84
118.54
11.94
(3.590.66)
(721.39)
946.40
(2.40)
176.00
232.00
117.00
44.00
622.00
993.00
Valiance
Budget
—
27469
(82.98)
44.11
57.35
(415.84)
136.19
(25.39)
82.98
176.40
2,140.00
1,025.00
10,950.00
30.87)
(359.99)
3,892.00
25,71 l.
33877.82
18,360.68
14,875.82
56.89820
37,477.35
3,155.20
2,82167
3,476.15
404.95
33,994.00
2996.00
3.82300
2,951.00
3,483.35)
303,552.59
87,600.00
271,952.00
372.00
13.00
(159.20)
1001.33
(525.15)
(32.95)
13,00
27,122.91
31,594.44
20,983.26
3.150,95
80.00
23.968,00
30,584,00
23,608.00
2,976.00
104.00
3,I54.9l)
(1,010.44)
2624.74
(174.95)
14.00
104.21708
108.05900
3.84192
1,418.92
882225.84
864,472.00
(1 A18.92)
(17.753.84)
4,326.08
4,748.00
421.92
2,220.87
1,384,99
7.058,00
129.11
9.88
(129.11)
(9.88)
240.71
363.00
316.84
478.00
239.24
23.08
1,089.20
240.00
89.00
35.571,03
27.90
25,888.00
34,072.00
1 7.120,00
8,200.00
(31.81)
176.46
37,984.00
779.97
59.67
194.18
(1.240.68)
(0,675.82)
30.701,80
31.600.59)
2,412.97
(27.90)
(779.97)
(5967)
89956
1123.11
122.29
161.16
2,004.44
2,700.89
2,904,00
0.76
1959.71
1,920.00
{39.71)
65.92
126.80
1,439.68
(727.68)
948.40
(412.54)
333657
20,766.32
3,824.00
207.12
6,581.26
1,216.00
89.00
7,223.00
(118.12)
641.74
8779.60
1,124.54
54447.43
712.00
9,728.00
712,00
57 78490
13,375.46
15,661.00
2,285.54
104,521.68
12528&00
11:22 AM
Champaign County Nursing Home
Actual vs Budget Statement of Operations
07131 112
Description
Temp. Salaries & Wages
Overte
TOPS Balances
TOPS RCA
-
-
Actual
Budget
10364
294.00
8.00
190.36
(54.30)
(40,18)
1,698.92
21180
6230
4018
(1.696.92)
Social Secinty Employer
lLI- Er.pt-,eCos
1,00920
1.221.0°
l,31R t
.577.00
ks,aoe
W&,cs
tkiem,by,. s3ance
Eri*,ee Hea*t k,snice
74538
SC?
2.696.D3
8C7,00
26700
-
Boc*s. Peos & Ma’uab
Gasolne & O
Op&atOn Stes
dTn&Acfries
1.137,60
44,00
15.82
Cortaencs & Truing
Atsto’nobits,VeNcles
ToSA&DayCs
AJzh&nen and Related Disord
Re Bd-rwne Eryees
Ov*ne
TOPS Se
No Bntft Ri-rn Eӯcyees
NoBa,e*tpa’i-Tn’t &wbyees
-
TOPS FICA
Social SeoLsity- Employer
-
IMRF Ençloyer Cost
Wo*ers Compensatic., lnswance
unempionientInsurance
Employee HeaIthdLWe nsurance
-
89-00
-
Tolal Expenses
Net eraling Income
8.99
6’ .62
250.93
954.00
31.60
1.1S7.00
‘4.60
(15.82)
89.00
‘iTO Actual
YfD Budget
656.6
436.83
235571
2,352.00
6400
Valiance
1,695.64
(372 83)
(2.35571)
1,521.78
(1,52176)
7.029,49
W.24€ 14
,768.00
2 616CC
2a 88
5,W8 09
3.638 21
?.640.60
6 ‘6.CO
2 ‘36.00
$200.00
tf2,2l)
9,55.40
180 U
7.11846
247.51
15.82
228.dO
24800
9.096°C
352.00
1,93851
647,Dl
673C
1977.54
112.00
104.49
(15.82)
483.60
(15.05)
161386.3?
l28&00
15.85
36,901.63
17.683:4
24786.00
7.10186
24433.06
1C.772
,94l.C0
7976,00
€X7.94
(2.7.06)
(.0l)
182.52434
247528.00
65,X3.6
89258.&J
63.800
(15,4.*)
(2,810.06)
1 3.9C20C
(.739 ‘2
17J.461 27
II I.21E.03
(622Ei17)
6,703.00
a13S4)
l0426S.
53.624,00
(51244.40)
(l,77 75)
1.91702
41.291,39
64120.00
2.0l
20,641 42
I4.2€.84
1,717.75
5,298.52
6,945.93
3,278.8’
8Th5t0
5,994.00
3,011.00
(951.43)
(267.81)
136384
3.237,20
I 18700
5,954fl0
(17604)
2,716.80
18.00
788.565,43
144,00
2.520,00
49,16000
721,28800
10,055.211.05
10,1,D8B.00
Opevational Supplies
Dues & Licenses
Conlèrences & Trairng
ARD Ceitract Nursing
TotalAIrlisimers and Related DIsorders
3,650.00
31.00
Variance
6
2716.48
100,656.94
90,161.00
18.00
315.00
(2,400.00)
(10,494.94)
I .256.103.66
1,269.76100
13,297.34
8,545.00
315,00
6.14500
(97278.63)
(106,440.00)
86,1 19,00
86,19,00
86,120.00
86.120,00
54,408.99
47.95200
25.465,44
1975033
24,088.00
949600
27,219.80
41)0.25
47.83200
1413.72
63664.81
(1.917 02)
22828,61
(8.456.99)
1.377.44)
(10.254.33)
20,412.20
(460,26)
144,00
1.106,28
14.504.81)
(67,277.43)
102,876,95
(936.485.58)
(851520.00)
(1.00)
(1.00)
688952.00
686952.00
688.960,00
688.96e.00
42,00
33400
(12,600.00)
65.12
164,22
19.948,70
835.95
336.00
40995
409027
2,672.00
1,42427
11.872,92
9.161,37
(84,065.58)
NoriOperating boone
Local Taxes
CwTn-NvIsing Home Operaling
Total Lucal Taxes
Miscellaneous NI Revenue
Pyi PeriodAdjusunent
Investment Interest
Ras1cted Donations
Tet3 Msc*lbneous NI Revenue
TcI’Oceitng JKore
Friday, August31. 2012
(12.600.00)
107,11
498.22
(11.994 66)
19,948.70
27600
(l2,70.66)
24.860,92
3008.00
74:2434
as.49€to
i’237i 66)
713,832.92
69’3€8 00
(23.54.29)
(‘9,944.00)
(222652.66)
(‘5O.552i)
(32Cc2)
(8.00)
(8.00)
(63,00.8€)
‘11:22 AM
Champaign County Nursing Home
Balance Sheet
07131112
ASSETS
Current Assets
Cash
Cash
Petty Cash
$868,332.48
$300.00
Total Cash
$868632.48
Roe., Net of Uncollectiblo Amounts
Acots Ret-Nursing Home Private Pay
Accts Ret-Nursing Home Med Adv/ HMOI Ins
$811,641.82
$732818.42
Total Roc., Net of Uncolledible Amounts
$1544520.24
Roc., Net of Uncdlectible Amounts
Accts Rec-Nursing Home Hospice
Allowance for Uncollecble Accts-Private Pay
Aflowance for Uncollecble Accts-Patient Care P
Allowance for uncollecfible Accts-Pauent Care H
$126869.44
($12932.00)
($2323.00)
($309.00)
Total Ret.. Net of uncollecuble Amounts
$11 I .325.44
Accrued Interest
Properr Tax Revenue Receivable
$136,802.20
Total Accrued Interest
$1 36,80220
lntergvt. Rec., Net of Uncollectibl
Due
Due
Due
Due
from
from
from
from
Collector Funds
Other Governmental Units
IL PublicAid
$41 9.53
$401,086.38
$1,099,110.16
IL Department of Aging-Title xx
Due from US Treasury-Medicare
Due From VA-Adult Daycare
Due From VA-Nursing Home Care
Allowance br Uncollodlible Accts-IPA
Allow For uncollectible Acets-IL Dept Of Aging
Allowance for Uncollecuble Acets-Medicare
Allowance For Uncollectible Accts-VA Adult Day C
Allowance for Uncollectible Accts-VA Veterans Nu
$73564.65
$372,043.86
$9,592.74
$58,843.48
($1 7,564.00)
($545.00)
($10258.00)
($76.00)
($443.00)
Total lntergvt. Rec. Net of uncollectibl
$1,991,164.80
Prepaid Expenses
Prepad Expenses
Stores Inventory
$113512.30
$20,413.27
Total Prepaid Expenses
$1 33,985.57
Long-Terni Investments
Patient Trust Cash. Invested
$8,120.31
lotal Long-Term Investments
Total Current Assets
$8,120.31
—
$4,795,151.04
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Champaii County Nursing Home
Batanceshoet
07131112
2
Fixed Assets
Nursing Home BuiidIn9s
Improvements not Buildings
Equipmont, Furniture & Autos
Canstrucon ri Prowess
Accumulated Ejeprocreciation-Land improvements
Accumulated cJoprecfation-Equipment. Furniture, &
Acnimuiatod Qepreciation-Buiidings
Total Fixed Assets
Total ASSETS
$2319498213
$46352563
$129960106
$21338.95
($202,107.22)
($727036.30)
($3183364.29)
$20866939.95
$25662090.99
11:21 AM
Friday. August 31, 2012
Champaign County Nursing Home
Galance Sheet
07/31112
3
LIABILITIES & EQUITY
Current Liabilities
NR Refunds
Accounts Payable
Salaries & Wages Payable
Interest Payab[e Bonds
Due to General Corporate Fund
-
Due to Others (Non’Govemmont)
Tax Anticipation Notes Payable
Total Current liabilities
$050
$2,028,983.49
($13316.36)
$9,508.04
$333141.98
($143.58)
$33119091
$288936498
Non-Current Liabilities
Nursing Home Pailent Trust Fund
Bonds Payabfc
Acc.ued Compensated Absences
Total Non-Current Liabilities
Total Current Liabiliues
$6120.31
$3235000.00
$377661.41
$3,620,781.72
$631014670
Equity
Retained Earnings-Unreserved
Year To Date Earnings
Coniributed Capital
Total Equity
TotaC LIABILITIES & EQUITY
$19559755.37
$14,841.58
$000
($22265266)
$19351944.29
¶25.662,09099
11:21 AM
Friday, August 31, 2012

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