Tripp Umbach has been an advisor to the Charles R. Drew University Medicine and Biological Sciences in South Los Angeles. Tripp Umbach’s on-going work includes a recent Business Plan and working with CDU to prepare a successful LCME application.
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We are a nationally recognized consulting firm that empowers our clients to turn ideas into action.
We build purposeful, long-lasting relationships with leading organizations in the healthcare, higher education, academic medicine, economic development, and tourism industries. Our reputation is built on our ability to balance vision, innovation, creativity, and rigorous attention to detail to create measurable and impactful results.
Tripp Umbach was retained by the University of Minnesota to provide a comprehensive impact study analyzing the economic, employment, government revenue, and community benefits that arise from university operations.
Western Pennsylvania Conservancy commissioned a tourism study by Tripp Umbach to quantify the current economic impact associated with Fallingwater on the region as well as projected impacts in 2025 that include assumed increased visitation occurring due to the World Heritage site designation.
UC San Diego retained Tripp Umbach to identify and describe UCSD’s financial, scientific, educational, cultural, and intellectual impacts over the last decade. UC San Diego has made a tremendous impact in the region in a relatively short time.
Tripp Umbach conducted a comprehensive Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) and Implementation Strategy Plan (ISP) for the AGH service area to fulfill IRS requirements and gain a better understanding of the health needs of the region.
Tripp Umbach worked closely with leadership from the Georgia Rural Health Innovation Center and the South Georgia Medical Education & Research Consortium to conduct market analysis and coordinate/facilitate a regional planning symposium.
Tripp Umbach was retained by Duquesne University to analyze and independently assess the feasibility of the development of a four-year osteopathic medical school in Pittsburgh, PA.
The University of Pittsburgh retained Tripp Umbach to update historical studies as well as measure the economic, employment, and government revenue impacts of operations and research of all of its campuses.