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  • Reinvent Phoenix Anchor Institution Interview Findings

    Mayors Breakfast for Healthcare and Education Leaders November 1, 2013

    Reinvent PHX and The Urban Land Institute

    Anchor Institution Interview Findings

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    Reinvent Phoenix Anchor Institutions

    Objective: Engage key decision makers to learn about their unique challenges and identify opportunities where the City can partner to create a more healthy and economically vital City.

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    Reinvent Phoenix Anchor Institutions

    Approach: Conduct one on one interviews with the following:

    Medical Banner Health Kindred Hospital Maricopa Integrated Health System Mountain Park Health Center St. Josephs Hospital/Dignity Health St. Lukes Hospital

    Educational Arizona State University-Downtown Fortis College GateWay Community College Phoenix College Phoenix School of Law U of A College of Medicine-Phoenix

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    Key Findings - Transportation

    Issue Vehicular: Lack of access and safety Parking: Inadequate supply

    Draft Strategies Augment visitor parking at ASU Downtown Campus

    Increase parking supply at Gateway Community College (public-private)

    Integrate cross walk activation across Van Buren Ave. and 46th St.

    Districts Downtown, Gateway

    Champions Educational Institutions, City of Phoenix

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    Key Findings - Transportation

    Issue Light Rail: Lack of access to employers Transit: Increase eds/ meds connectivity and use

    Draft Strategies Add light rail stop at 18th Street Add a fixed loop circulator route

    (like DASH) east of Washington St.

    Extend time of route use

    Districts Downtown, Eastlake, Gateway

    Champions Valley Metro, Educational Institutions

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    Key Findings - Transportation

    Issue Bicycle: Limited access and safety concerns Pedestrian: Lack of walkability

    Draft Strategies Design/Implement complete street on Van Buren St.

    Provide bikes at 18th St. light rail stop and route/lane connections

    Evaluate sidewalk connectivity to adacent area

    Districts Gateway

    Champions Educational Institutions, City of Phoenix

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    Key Findings - Land Use

    Issue Land Utilization: Potential to marginalize light rail adjacency and locational attributes

    Draft Strategies Land bank land within mile around light rail stations

    Assemble underutilized parcels Augment non-profit

    monetization efforts for TOD funding needs

    Districts Eastlake, Gateway

    Champions City of Phoenix

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    Key Findings - Neighborhoods

    Issue Safety: Concern of crime and personal safety Community: Housing needs rehabilitation/infill Amenities: Lack of retail/office/open space

    Draft Strategies Prepare CPTED assessments Partner with schools and non-

    profit(s) Analyze market potentials and

    pre-development catalysts

    Districts Eastlake, Gateway

    Champions Med Inst., Eds. Inst. NPs, City, School Districts

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    Key Findings - Workforce

    Issue Workforce Shortage: Shortage of clinical care positions such as social workers, RN case managers, physical therapy, pharmacists

    Strategies Discuss the need with education providers

    Work with Citys Workforce Development program

    Affected District All Districts

    Champions Med Inst., Eds. Inst. , City

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    Key Findings - Workforce

    Issue Primary Care Physician Shortage: As the population grows the number of Graduate Medical Education slots has not kept pace

    Strategies Continue to lobby Congress to add GME slots in Arizona

    State to match healthcare providers dollar for dollar

    Affected District All Districts

    Champions Med Inst., Eds. Inst. , State of Arizona

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    Key Findings Economic Development

    Issue Shortage of Amenities: Areas around anchor institutions have a shortage of restaurants, retail, childcare, business services, etc.

    Strategies Work with anchor institutions to quantify potential market demand, such as size of workforce population and median wages

    Identify the mix of businesses that could be supported and create an attraction program

    Affected District Garfield and Gateway

    Champions Med Inst., Eds. Inst. , City, Discovery Triangle

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    Key Findings Economic Development

    Issue Extended Stay Hotels: There is a shortage of extended stay hotels within a 2-3 mile radius of healthcare facility

    Strategies Work with medical institutions to quantify room night demand

    Identify potential parcels suitable for a hotel

    Prepare a list of desirable extended stay hotel brand and begin an outreach program

    Affected District Midtown, Garfield and Gateway

    Champions Med Inst., City, Discovery Triangle

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    Key Findings Economic Development

    Issue Medical Office: There is an anticipated shortage in medical office space within proximity to Healthcare facilities

    Strategies Identify buildings for adaptive reuse and vacant parcels suitable for medical office space

    Meet with medical office brokers and developers

    Facilitate the permitting process

    Affected District

    Midtown and Garfield

    Champions Med Inst., City, Discovery Triangle

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    Key Findings Economic Development

    Issue Incubation space: There isnt space for biotech / pharmaceutical incubation within the area to facilitate R&D and clinical trials

    Strategies Identify potential locations that could accommodate this use

    Work closely with UA and others to identify biotech opportunities

    Affected District

    Garfield and Gateway

    Champions UA, City and Discovery Triangle

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    Trends

    Ambulatory care with a focus on keeping people well and out of the hospital -preventing illness and disease, not just treating it

    Healthcare case management with greater connection to the community and training providers to manage illness/disease, prevent isolation and loneliness

    Emergence of Specialty hospitals such as cancer, cardiovascular, orthopedic care

    Big data utilizing EMR and bioinformatics On-line education will expand End of life and palliative care will grow

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    Potential Partnerships

    Public-private partnership on parking facilities Healthcare industry and large employers to design

    effective wellness programs for employees Education and hospitals on the creation of

    externship relationships Education to partner with technology and

    healthcare companies to share resources and advocacy

    Law schools to partner with community based organizations (homeless, domestic violence) that allow law students to get experience

    Dignity to partner with the City of Phoenix and nonprofit housing developers on Frequent Users of System Engagement (FUSE) to provides supportive housing for the homeless with chronic conditions that incorporates a full time caregiver

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    Anchor Institution Case Study

    Program: Workforce Development Who: Wake Forest School of Medicine What: Encourage new pathway to medicine by

    granting up to five undergraduate students studying humanities or fine arts guaranteed admission to Wake Forest School of Medicine

    Why: Practice of medicine is about working with people. Add diversity and bring humanistic qualities such as empathy and good communications skills to the student body as a whole.

    Outcome: Increase in primary care doctors Who was Involved: Wake Forest School of

    Medicine

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    Anchor Institution Case Study

    Program: Community and Economic Development Who: University of Cincinnati and anchor institutions What: Create the Uptown Consortium to assess the

    anchors shared needs and determine how the needs aligned with community interests

    Why: Uptown was blighted and crime-ridden from years of disinvestment

    Outcome: Consortium funneled $400 million to the Uptown District primarily in the form of real estate development. Uptown experienced an 8.2% decline in the number of Index Crimes (property and violent crimes), new office and retail space was built which generated more foot traffic between the anchors and the surrounding neighborhoods.

    Who was involved: University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Childrens Hospital, Cincinnati Zoo, Health Alliance and TriHealth

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    Anchor Institution Case Study

    Program: Workforce Deve