Interactive Economic Impact Tool
Shown Below is an interactive Economic Impact Tool Based upon averaged multipliers. If you would like a regional analysis completed for your organization, please contact our staff.
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ECONOMIC IMPACT TOOLS
Each year the National Center develops new applications of the impact model to policy relevant questions. These applications can be modified to fit other states regardless of geographical or demographical differences and serve as tools for community and state leaders face rural health related challenges. The tools and templates available are presented by type of economic impact study.
Hospital Economic Impact Tools Include:
Ancillary Services Economic Impact Tools Include:
Physcian Economic Impact Tools Include:
- Genl-Surg-one-page-summary-Sept-20101 Okeene-Municipal-Physician-Study-September-2015 Physician-Impact-Study-Final-100416 Surgeon-Study-new-format-100912
- Estimate the Economic Impact of a Rural Primary Care Physician, October 2016
- An Analysis of the Potential Need for Primary Care Practitioners and Specialty Physicians in the Medical Service Area of Okeene Municipal Hospital, September 2015
- The Economic Impact of a Rural General Surgeon, September 2010 – Summary (2 pages)
- Estimating the Need for a General Surgeon based on the Demand for Primary Care Practitioners in the Medical Service Area, September 2012
Medical School/ Residency Economic Impact Tools Include:
- The Economic Impact of Lincoln Memorial University (Medical School) on the State and Regional Economies, Tennessee, April 2012
- The Economic Impact of the Rural Residency Program at the Medical Center of Southeastern Oklahoma on the Economy of Durant, Bryan county, Oklahoma, November 2008; Summary (two pages)