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1 TECHNICAL REPORT UCED FEASIBILITY OF THE PROPOSED NEW FRONTIER TREATMENT CENTER EXPANSION IN FALLON, NEVADA UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, RENO

2 Feasibility of the Proposed New Frontier Treatment Center Expansion in Fallon, Nevada Report Prepared by Karl A. McArthur Thomas R. MacDiarmid Thomas R. Harris Karl A. McArthur is a Research Associate in the Department of Applied Economics and Statistics at the University of Nevada, Reno. Thomas R. MacDiarmid is a Research Associate in the Department of Applied Economics and Statistics at the University of Nevada, Reno. Thomas R. Harris is a Professor in the Department of Applied Economics and Statistics and Director of the University Center for Economic Development at the University of Nevada, Reno. March 1996 UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA RENO The University of Nevada, Reno is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, creed, national origin, veteran status, physical or mental disability, and in accordance with university policy, sexual orientation, in any program or activity it operates. The University of Nevada employs only United States citizens and aliens lawfully authorized to work in the United States. ii

3 This publication, Feasibility of the Proposed New Frontier Treatment Center Expansion in Fallon, Nevada, was published by the University Center for Economic Development in the Department of Applied Economics and Statistics at the University of Nevada, Reno. This publication's statements, conclusions, recommendations, and/or data represent solely the findings and views of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the University of Nevada, Reno, or any reference sources used or quoted by this study. Reference to research projects, programs, books, magazines, or newspaper articles does not imply an endorsement or recommendation by the authors unless otherwise stated. Correspondence regarding this document should be sent to: Thomas R. Harris Director and Professor University Center for Economic Development Department of Applied Economics and Statistics Mail Stop 204 University of Nevada, Reno Reno, Nevada (702) UCED University of Nevada, Reno Nevada Cooperative Extension Department of Applied Economics and Statistics iii

4 Executive Summary The Churchill County Council on Alcohol and Other Drugs is faced with decreases in federal and state funding support for its services. Competition from medical facilities which have created their own substance abuse treatment programs, capturing a large portion of the clientele with an ability to pay, has also acted to make the situation worse for stand-alone facilities such as the Council s New Frontier Treatment Center (NFTC). Government funding is dependent on demonstrated need yet does not cover the current budget requirements of NFTC. Stand-alone facilities must raise funding elsewhere. The Churchill County Council on Alcohol and Other Drugs faces a serious budget problem under federal and State funding cuts already instituted. The proposed expansion would attempt to rectify the current budget problem by providing more paying beds and by improving the image of the program. The study estimates that this is possible within certain parameters. The analysis is not overwhelmingly positive for the expansion project. However the prognosis for the existing facility with no expansion is negative. iv

5 Table of Contents Chapter Page 1. Introduction Market Analysis Financial Analysis Sensitivity Analysis Conclusion...22 References...24 v

6 List of Tables Table Page 2.1. Fee Schedules BADA and Non-BADA Bed Configurations BADA and Non-BADA Bed Revenue and Expense Calculations Rent Reductions Mortgage Terms Debt Service Calculations Sensitivity to Non-BADA Bed Occupancy s Sensitivity to Non-BADA Bed Charges Sensitivity to Non-BADA Bed Collection s Sensitivity to Average Bed Costs...21 vi

7 1. Introduction The University Center for Economic Development was asked to study the economic feasibility of the proposed expansion of the New Frontier Treatment Center. The following is a discussion of the finished analysis. The analysis is based on information furnished by Kevin Quint, executive director of the Churchill Council on Alcohol and Other Drugs, and architect Scott Barbour. Every effort was made to depict the situation as accurately as possible under the existing time frame. The financial analysis was also kept simple. The situation faced by the Churchill Council on Alcohol and Other Drugs and all nonprofit substance abuse treatment facilities is political in nature. Budget cuts at the federal level are creating a squeeze on the industry which is highly dependent on federal funding filtered through state agencies. In the State of Nevada, the agency in charge of such funding is the Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Abuse (BADA). In short, federal funds are shrinking and treatment facilities are left to find other funding sources to pick up the slack. The Churchill Council on Alcohol and Other Drugs (CCAOD) provides a variety of services including inpatient, outpatient, and youth programs. In addition, there are special functions such as DUI schools and other training programs. Facilities are maintained in a variety of geographic locations to support these services. The facilities considered in the financial analysis were the administrative offices which are presently located in the Old Post Office building and the residential inpatient program housed at the New Frontier Treatment Center (NFTC). Both facilities are currently in Fallon. CCAOD functions other than administration are also based in the Old Post Office building while the NFTC building is dedicated solely to inpatient treatment. 1

8 Some important aspects of the situation changed during the course of the study. On the negative side BADA funding for inpatient services was cut from $200,000 annually, funding 14 beds at the NFTC, to $165,000 annually funding 12 beds. On the positive side, Churchill County offered to rent the buildings currently housing NFTC to the council for $1 per year as opposed to the current annual rent of $9,000. The unique aspects of a non-profit business can serve to bias the analysis. Firms are encouraged to put all of the available funding to good use thus zeroing out at the end of the fiscal year. Some funding may be specifically earmarked for a given purpose while other funding may be transferable between a variety of activities. The responsibility of explaining potential strategies and maneuvers is left to those more involved with the actual business operation. 2

9 2. Market Analysis Almost 100% of payments for NFTC services come from third party sources. Ability to pay on the part of potential clients is a major concern. When looking at the non-profit drug and alcohol center need, as defined by the presence of individuals with dependency problems seeking help, does not directly translate into demand for services. Payment for drug and alcohol rehabilitation services generally comes from government, insurance companies, charities, and family. The politics of the situation is the most difficult to predict. The analysis was based on the given assumption that no further BADA funding cuts would occur. Politics also impacts the insurance aspect of demand for substance abuse treatment services. In situations where employee assistance programs pertaining to substance abuse treatment are required by law, employees will have insurance to cover such treatment. In the absence of such requirements, there may be some insurance coverage for substance abuse treatment or there may not be. Insurance appears to be closely related to employment status. The major source of insurance coverage is job related with unemployed persons generally showing a marked lack of insurance coverage. Approximately 80 % of working age Nevadans have some form of health insurance coverage. Currently however only about 7% of NFTC clientele have insurance coverage. The disparity in percentages between NFTC clientele and the general population might be explained by several factors. First, many of the potential clients who have insurance coverage participate in hospital based treatment programs. In many cases insurance requirements are such that stand-alone programs (not connected with a medical facility) such as NFTC are not covered. The image presented by a hospital program versus that projected by the NFTC facility may sway 3

10 persons who have the ability to choose between the more expensive hospital plans and the NFTC program. Another explanation might be that substance abuse is more prevalent in persons with lower income levels who tend to have less insurance coverage. Also, many of the insured persons making up the statistics fall into the under-insured category and may not be covered for such things as substance abuse treatment. The above conditions may combine to create a filtering process, where patients with the ability to pay are captured by the more expensive hospital programs and those without the ability to pay are referred to the subsidized non-profit treatment facilities such as NFTC. This appears to be the general consensus of those in the non-profit portion of the industry. The growth of HMO and PPO type of insurance coverage could possibly act to reverse the current situation. Currently some managed health care organizations are utilizing stand-alone services and are actively examining the economic possibilities of increasing the use of such facilities. It is our understanding that Kevin Quint has been contacted by managed care representatives from the southern part of the state. A modern, new, professional appearing physical facility would improve the marketability of the program to managed care organizations as well as others capable of paying for care. Schedules of fees for the Saint Mary s Hospital Maclean Center for Addictions- Behavioral Health and the Washoe Medical Center Lifeskills treatment programs are provided for comparison. In terms of prices, an in-depth market analysis was not done. It appears however, that NFTC is competitively priced based on the limited information gathered at least in relation to hospital inpatient treatment programs. There was no disagreement among those contacted that there was a large need for drug treatment programs in general. Controlled substance convictions out numbered all other 4

11 convictions in the State of Nevada from 1990 through It is estimated that at any given time 10% of the population is in need of professional intervention for substance abuse. BADA regulations can act to distort the relationship between demand from clients covered by insurance and treatment received. Beds in the residential treatment center funded by BADA must be filled on a first come first serve basis regardless of ability to pay which often results in a waiting list. Crisis is the general motivation factor for clients seeking admission to the treatment facility. A prolonged waiting period serves to erode such motivation. Kevin Quint indicated studies have shown that 90% of applicants for services who have to wait a week to enter the program drop off of the waiting list. The proposed expansion will provide non-bada beds which can be filled with clients having insurance coverage on demand. In addition to capturing a larger percentage of insured clients seeking treatment, the management will be in a better position to market its services to health care providers statewide. Nevada is a fast growing state in terms of population. The Fallon area is a rapidly growing region within the state. The number of persons needing professional help with substance abuse can be expected to grow with the growth in population. These are positive market indicators for the services provided at NFTC. 5

12 Table 2.1 Fee Schedules Saint Mary s Hospital Maclean Center for Addictions- Behaviorial Health * Charge $ per day Length of Stay number of days In-Patient Detox $ In-Patient non-detox $ variable Day Patient $ variable (all day, home at night) Outpatient (every evening 3.5 hours) $ variable Washoe Medical Center Lifestyles Program ** Acute Inpatient $ Outpatient $3,200 3 times a week for 5 weeks *Not all patients require medically assisted detox. Does not included lab work, x-rays, etc. **Not all patients require medically assisted detox. Costs are approximate. Note: Length of programs are tailored to the patient, Saint Mary s was formerly a 28-day program. 6

13 3. Financial Analysis The primary goal of the analysis was to estimate potential debt service capacity of the NFTC expansion. Since the non-profit council shows zero profits from the over all operation of its programs, the change in expense and revenue resulting from the proposed expansion was estimated. The analysis combines the NFTC program plus the administrative and other activities currently taking place in the Old Post Office building in the new facility. The additional debt service was to be created by the expanded NFTC program alone. All administrative costs are included in the cost per day per bed used in the analysis. Rent paid for the Old Post Office building was applied to debt service for the combined facility in the analysis. Fee increases on other services provided at other locations could also contribute to the added debt service of the proposed expansion. Such services should be allocated their fair share of the administrative overhead. Three situations were examined. Alternative #1 depicts the results from no expansion. In this situation the old physical facility was analyzed incorporating the BADA funding cut, and the rent reduction into the analysis. The other two situations were analyzed with the NFTC and the administration building (Old Post Office) functions combined. Kevin Quint indicated that up to 17 beds could be handled with present staffing. The new facility would be able to accommodate up to 20 beds with small design modification and one more staff position. These two situations are labeled alternatives #2 and #3. A $67 cost per day per bed is used for 365 days a year regardless of occupancy. This cost is a conservative estimate provided by Kevin Quint and might include some variable costs. The cost of food or other supplies for example would be less with a lower occupancy rate. It is believed that actual cost would behave more like a fixed cost situation. However it must be 7

14 acknowledged that some portion of the cost is variable. To be conservative the fixed cost was utilized for analysis purposes. In the analysis of a new facility combining NFTC activities and those presently based in the Old Post Office building, rents paid on the former facilities have been applied to debt service capacity. Rent income from part time office space sublets to counselors were not adjusted for as they are expected to continue in the new facility. Plans for utilizing the existing NFTC building have not yet been formed. The Parole Department offered to rent 2,300 square feet of the building as is for $0.50 per square foot. It is assumed that the existing building will be occupied and utilities paid. No adjustment was made for the utilities paid on the existing building in the analysis. For the new building, it is assumed that utilities in a modern more efficient building will present savings over the previous quarters, providing a conservative margin in the analysis. The BADA funding cut presents an estimated annual loss on the 12 BADA funded beds of $71,275. Before any debt service can be shown, the paying beds must cover this loss. The facility with five non-bada beds nets an estimated $3,550 annually towards debt service at a 95% occupancy rate of non-bada beds. Situation #3 with eight non-bada funded beds results in an estimated net revenue of $30,925 with an 85% occupancy rate on the non-bada beds. With the allowance for a reduction in rent of $21,480 annually, estimated debt service at an interest rate of 4.5% and a mortgage life of 35 years, the annual debt service capacity will be $25,030 for situation #2 and will support a total loan amount of $437,054 while in situation #3 it is estimated that $52,405 is available annually for debt service which will support a loan of $915,049. While the analysis of the debt service capacity of the two proposed expansion alternatives appears financially close to the bone, the analysis of alternative #1, the existing facility under the 8

15 new conditions is negative. With BADA funding for twelve beds and the other two beds (non- BADA) at 96% capacity and a collection rate of 60%, the facility has a negative revenue of $27,089. 9

16 Table 3.1 BADA and Non-BADA Bed Configurations BADA Beds Non-BADA Beds Total Beds Existing Situation Alternative # Alternative # Alternative #

17 Table 3.2 BADA and Non-BADA Bed Revenue and Expense Calculations BADA Beds Only BADA Beds Occupancy Charge bed/day Collection Average Cost Total Annual Revenue BADA Funds Total Annual Expense Total Net Annual Revenue Alternative #1 Alternative #2 Alternative # % $ % $67 $57,185 $165,000 $293,460 (71,275) 12 96% $ % $67 $57,185 $165,000 $293,460 (71,275) 12 96% $ % $67 $57,185 $165,000 $293,460 (71,275) Non-BADA Beds Only Alternative #1 Alternative #2 Alternative #3 2 96% $200 60% $67 $84,096 $0 $48,910 $35, % $200 60% $67 $197,100 $0 $122,275 $74, % $200 60% $67 $297,840 $0 $195,640 $102,200 BADA and Non-BADA Beds Combined Alternative #1 Alternative #2 Alternative # % $200 60% $67 $141,281 $165,000 $342,370 (36,089) 17 Mixed $200 60% $67 $254,285 $165,000 $415,735 $3, Mixed $200 60% $67 $355,025 $165,000 $489,100 $30,925 11

18 Table 3.3 Rent Reductions Rent Reductions Monthly Annual Old Post Office Building $1,040 $12,480 NFTC Building $750 $9,000 Total Rent Reduction $1,790 $21,480 Table 3.4 Mortgage Terms Interest 4.5% Mortgage Life 35 years Source: Rural Economic and Community Development Services 12

19 Table 3.5 Debt Service Calculations Alternative #1 BADA Beds Occupancy 96% Non-BADA Beds Occupancy 96% BADA Beds Total Net Annual Revenue ($71,275) Non-BADA Beds Total Net Annual Revenue $35,186 Rent Reduction $9,000 Amount Available for Annual Debt Service ($27,089) Amount Financed NA Alternative #2 BADA Beds Occupancy 96% Non-BADA Beds Occupancy 90% BADA Beds Total Net Annual Revenue ($71,275) Non-BADA Beds Total Net Annual Revenue $74,825 Rent Reduction $21,480 Amount Available for Annual Debt Service $25,030 Amount Financed $437,054 BADA Beds Occupancy 96% Non-BADA Beds Occupancy 85% BADA Beds Total Net Annual Revenue ($71,275) Non-BADA Beds Total Net Annual Revenue $102,200 Rent Reduction $21,480 Amount Available for Annual Debt Service $52,405 Amount Financed $915,049 Based on figures furnished by Kevin Quint and the given occupancy rate assuming 60% Collection. Based on figures furnished by Mike Holm of Rural Economic and Community Development Services. 13

20 Sensitivity Analysis These estimates are based on many assumptions. Some idea of the sensitivity that exists can be gained by varying one key variable at a time and examining the results. First, occupancy rates of the non-bada beds are examined holding the collection rate at 60%, the fee charged per bed at $200, and the average cost per bed per day at $67. At the 95% occupancy rate the estimated debt service for alternative #2 doesn t quite cover the estimated investment required of $775,000. For alternative #3 85% occupancy yields more than enough to cover debt service under the prescribed conditions. Filling 85% of eight beds with paying customers could be more difficult than filling 95% of five non-bada beds. However, it could be in the case of handling HMO accounts, that the larger volume may be required to meet the needs of the organization or they would look elsewhere. Such aspects must be explored further. Bed charges were also examined in respect to the other variables of the analysis. Holding collection rates for the non-bada beds at 60%, the average per bed cost per day at $67, and the occupancy rate at 75%, alternative #2 was only able to service $580,453 of debt at the terms specified with a $250 fee per bed per day. Alternative #3 showed more than enough estimated debt service with a fee of $225 per bed per day. Collection rates on the non-bada beds were varied for sensitivity analysis purposes as well. Holding the fees per bed per day at $200, the average cost per bed per day at $67, and the occupancy rate for the non BADA beds at 85%, the debt service was more than adequate at a 75% collection rate for alternative #2 and was somewhat less than adequate at the 60% collection rate for alternative #3. Under these assumptions the estimated debt service for alternative #3 was $1,832,800 with a 75% collection rate. With a contractual agreement between NFTC and an HMO, the collection rate and fee charged per day per bed would be predetermined. 14

21 Finally the average cost assumed per bed per day was varied to examine the sensitivity of the analysis to this variable. Average costs used were $60, $65, and $67 per bed per day. In this instance collection rates on the non-bada beds were held constant at 60%, fees charged were held at $200 per bed per day, and occupancy rates of the non-bada beds was held at 75%. If it were possible to cut costs to the lowest range examined under these assumptions, alternative #3 is the only situation in which the estimated debt service capacity is sufficient to service the proposed loan. The BADA bed contribution was held constant in all of the sensitivity analyses except when the fee charged per day per bed was examined. In that case, the average cost per bed was varied for both BADA and non-bada beds. The loss from the BADA beds was integrated into the analysis in all cases so that debt service is calculated on a whole facility basis. 15

22 Table 4.1 Sensitivity to Non-BADA Bed Occupancy s Alternative #2 Occupancy Charge Collection Average Cost Annual Payment Amount Financed 75% $200 60% $67 ($7,820) N/A 85% $200 60% $67 $14,080 $245,856 95% $200 60% $67 $35,980 $628,252 Alternative #3 Occupancy Charge Collection Average Cost Annual Payment Amount Financed 75% $200 60% $67 $17,365 $303,215 85% $200 60% $67 $52,405 $915,049 95% $200 60% $67 $87,445 $1,526,883 16

23 Table 4.2 Sensitivity to Non-BADA Bed Charges. Alternative #2 Occupancy Charge Collection Average Cost Annual Payment Amount Financed 75% $200 60% $67 ($7,820) N/A 75% $225 60% $67 $12,712 $221,956 75% $250 60% $67 $33,243 $580,453 Alternative #3 Occupancy Charge Collection Average Cost Annual Payment Amount Financed 75% $200 60% $67 $17,365 $303,215 75% $200 60% $67 $50,215 $876,810 75% $200 60% $67 $83,065 $1,450,404 17

24 Table 4.3 Sensitivity to Non-BADA Bed Collection s Alternative #2 Occupancy Charge Collection Average Cost Annual Payment Amount Financed 85% $200 60% $67 $3,130 $54,658 85% $200 75% $67 $49,630 $819,658 85% $200 85% $67 $76,130 $1,329,312 Alternative #3 Occupancy Charge Collection Average Cost Annual Payment Amount Financed 85% $200 60% $67 $34,885 $609,132 85% $200 75% $67 $104,966 $1,832,800 85% $200 85% $67 $151,685 $2,648,579 18

25 Table 4.4 Sensitivity to Average Bed Costs Alternative #2 Occupancy Charge Collection Average Cost Annual Payment Amount Financed 75% $200 60% $60 $35,615 $621,879 75% $200 60% $65 $4,590 $80,151 75% $200 60% $67 ($7,820) N/A Alternative #3 Occupancy Charge Collection Average Cost Annual Payment Amount Financed 75% $200 60% $60 $68,465 $1,195,473 75% $200 60% $65 $31,965 $558,146 75% $200 60% $67 $17,365 $303,215 19

26 5. Conclusion Management can examine the estimates provided and both identify and attempt to fine tune and quantify the overall analysis. Specifically, fee scheduling and collection might be addressed. A $25 per day increase in the fees charged per bed for alternative #3 which, assumes a 60% collection rate and a 75% occupancy rate on the non-bada beds, shows positive returns large enough to service the debt in question with some margin. Also, the cost per day per bed might be looked into for some double accounting in the form of either variable costs or fixed costs which might bias the analysis. A $7 reduction in the per day per bed cost allows the estimated net revenue for alternative #3 to service the proposed debt with a large margin. There are many considerations involved with the potential debt service capacity of The Churchill Council on Alcohol and Other Drugs which are not incorporated into the estimates found in this study. Many of the factors impacting the feasibility of financing the expansion of NFTC are difficult to quantify. Market demand is the most problematic. Need for services however appears generally to be large. The nature of the non-profit business organization was also problematic. The analysis takes into account only one facet of the organization. Undoubtedly other parts of the overall program will be impacted. Outpatient demand can be expected to increase with inpatient services but if the market is expanded to a larger geographic area it will most likely not be a one to one relationship. People will be expected to return to their place of residence to complete the outpatient phase of the treatment process. With a contract with one or more HMO s, fees could be determined prior to service and occupancy rates would be more stable. In such a case market competition would limit the amount which could actually be charged. In the absence of strong competition, costs of rendering services could serve as a basis for fee schedules and occupancy rates in the contract. 20

27 It can be expected that savings will occur due to efficiencies resulting from the new facility in the area of utilities and operation. The potential of expanding the client base and altering the client mix resulting from the market appeal of a modern professional physical facility have not been quantified and included in the analysis. Potential effects of such factors are dependent on management s marketing abilities and the fast changing market environment for substance abuse intervention services. No income stream was projected for the existing NFTC building. At $0.50 per square foot for 2,300 square feet, an annual contribution to cash flow of $13,800 is realized. However when occupied, there is an $8,000 per year utility bill to pay as well. In the analysis this facility was considered a wash with no financial contribution or obligation. 21

28 References Center for Applied Research. Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey 1992 Surveillance Year. Senator Alan Bible Center for Applied Research State of Nevada Health Division, University of Nevada Center for Applied Research. Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey covering 1992, 1993, and Senator Alan Bible Center for Applied Research State of Nevada Health Division, University of Nevada Commission on Substance Abuse Education, Prevention, Enforcement and Treatment. Beating Drugs: A Workable Plan for Nevada. Commission on Substance Abuse Education, Prevention, Enforcement and Treatment Jenkins, Caren. Background Paper 91-2 Drug Testing in the Workplace. Research division, Legislative Counsel Bureau. Carson City, Nevada Legislative Committee on Health Care. Legislative Committee on Health Care. Legislative Counsel Bureau. Oct. 1992, Legislative Counsel Bureau Research Division. Background Paper 87-6 Sentencing Reform and Alternatives to Incarceration. Research division, Legislative Counsel Bureau. Carson City, Nevada State of Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles and Public Safety. Division of Parole and Probation Biennial Report. State of Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles and Public Safety Division of Parole and Probation. Carson City, Nevada Technical Advisory Committee to the Board of Regents Study of Persons Not Covered by Health Insurance. Report of Technical Advisory Committee to Study of Persons Not Covered by Health Insurance. Legislative Council Bureau. Oct. 1992, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Detoxification from Alcohol and Other Drugs. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

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