Letter from the Executive Director n this annual report North Carolina Board of Nursing, we have included information that may be helpful in understanding scope our mission public protection, addition to reporting on activities are required by law. In you will see provided a statewide map showing all counties and population licensed nurses per county. Nurses every county provide care steadily growing population. During upcoming long session General Assembly Nursing looking adopt new Nurse Licensure Compact NLC. was one early adopters original NLC, which established 1999. The NLC has worked well for nurses, employers enhanced protection. A compact approved May 2015 seek legislation improves upon successful model. uniform license requirements, including authority require federal criminal background checks. As requires Federal Criminal Background Checks CBC were audited March, FBI, as part an Information Technology IT Security Audit conducted FBIs non-criminal justice agency. This audit very careful examination policies, procedures technology protecting history record information. verified security systems considered exceptional audits standards should goal regulatory agencies having access sensitive closing, I am proud financial statements reflect sound fiscal management. Respectfully, At forefront any discussion about is its protect regulating practice nursing. Although vast majority with competence integrity, there always been instances where either accidentally or intentionally, actions endanger public. From First Shirley Toney, RN, Ph.D. 2013 Table Contents LETTER FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR BOARD MEMBERS REPORT DATA LICENSURE AND LISTING ADMINISTRATIVE RULE ACTIONS 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 Julia L. George, MSN, FRE NORTH CAROLINA OF NURSING PRACTICE ACT AMENDMENTS FINANCIAL STATEMENT Members Elected Front row L R Peggy Walters, Jennifer Kaylor, Martha Ann Harrell, Mary Jones, Pat Campbell Back Margaret Conklin, Frank DeMarco, Yolanda Hyde, Christina Weaver, Deborah Herring, Carol Wilson, Cheryl Duke, Bob Newsom, Sharon Moore Harrell Chair Vice-Chair Newsom Wilson Duke Weaver Herring Demarco Kaylor Jones Conklin C. Walters Hyde Report Data ...Each occupational licensing board shall file electronically Secretary State, Attorney General, Joint Legislative Administrative Procedure Oversight Committee containing following G.S. 93B-2a 1a. total number licensees supervised 182,616 2. persons who applied 6,437 3. refused 50 4. took 6,173 5. whom initial licenses issued 5,538 5a. failed 1,064 6. reciprocity comity 5,796 7. granted 5,240 7a. official complaints received involving unlicensed 1,402 7b. disciplinary taken against licensees, other non-licensees injunctive relief 410 8. suspended revoked 173 9. terminated reason than failure pay renewal fee 196 Listing NCBON uses National Council Examination NCLEX prepared State Boards NCSBN measure entrylevel graduates Board-approved nursing education programs. Students successfully completed requirements graduation practical nurse registered program eligible sit NCLEX. never qualified applicant. more 161,000 making largest state. Endorsement Exam Number via exam 5240 5796 6437 6173 5538 0-999 1000-1999 2000-2999 3,000 up Licensed County RNs LPNs combined 5 Rule Actions operates under NC Code Title 21 Occupational Chapter 36 Nursing. 2016, adopted rule. 2017, anticipates changes ten 10 rules. Adopted New Section .0800 Approval Practice Parameters Practitioners NCAC .0815 Reporting Criteria Eff. 412016 Anticipated Revisions .0100 Provision .0120 Definitions .0300 Programs .0302 Establishment Program Initial Application .0303 Existing .0309 Process Closure .0317 Administration .0318 Faculty .0320 .0321 Curriculum .0322 Facilities .0323 Records Reports Act Amendments propose Article 9G, Compact, add enhancements technical changes. Financial Statement Fiscal represent continuing commitment providing highest management reporting, responsibility accountability resources accordance generally accepted accounting principles United States prescribed Governmental Accounting Standards GASB. using full accrual basis accounting. Revenues recognized period they earned become measurable. Expenses when incurred, if Licenses renewed two years. License fees deferred revenue over two-year relate. Net Position June 30 2016 ASSETS Current assets Cash cash equivalents 937,621 881,007 Accrued interest receivable 38,647 43,401 Accounts 14,754 10,253 Deposit 34,838 Prepaid expenses 82,591 73,243 Investments current portion 1,128,793 299,851 Total 2,237,244 1,307,755 Noncurrent 9,827,352 9,579,400 noncurrent Capital net depreciation 6,781,468 7,040,411 TOTAL 18,846,064 17,927,566 LIABILITIES liabilities payable accrued 232,077 312,619 vacation 19,693 revenues 3,739,449 3,414,780 note 161,676 211,336 4,152,895 3,938,735 436,120 426,568 Deferred 3,739,450 3,414,781 Note 666,986 term 4,175,570 4,508,335 8,328,465 8,447,070 NET POSITION Investment fixed 6,619,792 6,162,089 Unrestricted 3,897,807 3,318,407 10,517,599 9,480,496 Revenue, Changes OPERATING REVENUE renewals 6,286,836 6,214,943 512,527 524,846 Reinstatements 182,248 167,728 Endorsements into state 837,446 738,611 Labels 82,408 81,949 Hearing settlement 9,600 6,900 Advanced Practice-RN 435,460 347,170 aide registry 212,716 215,263 Other 89,387 92,054 8,648,628 8,389,464 EXPENSES Salaries related benefits 6,150,682 6,045,188 Operations 1,735,493 1,683,015 Election 6,390 5,350 Conventions conferences 113,604 90,587 meetings 39,161 35,702 Hearings 42,722 28,329 29,252 35,210 services 24,198 20,076 8,141,502 7,943,457 INCOME 507,126 446,007 NON-OPERATING REVENUEEXPENSES investment income 550,931 306,148 Interest expense 20,954 45,940 529,977 260,208 CHANGE IN 1,037,103 706,215 POSITION, BEGINNING YEAR 8,774,281 END 9 P.O. Box 2129 Raleigh, 27602 919.782.3211 Fax 919.781.9461 www.ncbon.com Annual FY 2015-2016 Committed Excellence Protecting Public Regulating Mission Vision excels advancing protection dynamic healthcare environment. Values Setting PACE Protection Regulatory Excellence. Professionalism Accountability Commitment EquityFairness