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3/16/2016

FY17 Proposed Budget


Macon County Public Health Department
Board of Health
March 22, 2016

Jim Bruckner, MSHS, Health Director


Tammy Keezer, LCSW, Operations Section Administrator
Dorota Anthony, MA, Finance Officer

FY17 County Funding


In this years budget county funding remains
the most stable funding to our Department
(47%) = $2,531,168
This is $152,693 less than FY 16 adjusted budget
(capital, temp positions, computers)

FY17 Revenue Summary


Projected Revenues (all sources - federal, state,
fees & grants) = $2,836,572
This is $150,444 less than FY16 adjusted budget
Federal pass through (15%) - $799,533
State (6%) - $319,507
Fees (30%) - $1,625,996
Medicaid = $1,064,995
Other Sources = $561,800 (self-pay clients and third-party
insurance companies)

Grants (2%) - $91,537


Smart Start = $48,737
EHR Meaningful Use = $42,500
Sharing Center = $300

3/16/2016

FY17 Revenue Summary


Projected Revenues (all sources - federal,
state, fees & grants) = $2,836,572
This is $150,444 less than FY16 adjusted budget
Major changes include reductions in:
Chronic Disease Grant ($118,244) - no carry forward
Primary Care ($30,000) late start and numbers low
General Revenue ($2,200)

FY17 Expenditure Summary


This budget includes projected spending of
$5,367,740
This is $303,137 or 5.3% less than FY16 adjusted budget
Programmatic Changes
Total Reductions = $422,535
Salary/Fringe = $67,911 (Animal Serv., Env. Health)
Operating = $235,226 (capital, grants CDC & MCH,
Ebola, contract services, computers)
Total Increases = $119,398 (Autopsy fees, dental EHR,
smart phones)

FY17 Summary
FY16 Adjusted

FY16 Projected

FY17 Requested

TOTAL SALARY AND OPERATING

5,670,877

5,563,490

5,369,740

REVENUE

2,986,964

2,975,467

2,836,572

NET COUNTY COST

2,683,913

2,588,023

2,533,168

3/16/2016

FY17 Fee Changes


Environmental Health
Two options recommended by staff:
1. Make no changes
2. Eliminate OSWW & PDWW repair permit fees

Impact of Option 2:
1. Reduction in revenue $8,000 $9,000
2. Increase in County cost $8,000 $9,000
3. People more likely to report and fix before it
becomes a public health issue
4. Increased workload for staff could impact
turnaround times