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:
- Estimate the Economic Impact of a Rural Primary Care Physician, February 2019
- Economic Impact of a Critical Access Hospital on a Rural Community, October 2016
- The Economic Impact of Recent Hospital Closures on Rural Communities, July 2015
- The Economic Impacts of 26-50 Bed PPS Hospitals & 51-100 Bed PPS Hospitals on the Local Economics, July 2017
Ancillary Services Economic Impact Tools Include:
Physician 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)