Strategic Planning helps to understand their purpose and to embrace the vision of KCU to effectively train physicians and health professionals for another 100 years.
In partnership with the university, Tripp Umbach demonstrated the economic impacts that the Kansas City Metro, the City of Joplin, and communities throughout the United States have felt from the growing influence of Missouri’s largest medical school.
GE is an innovative, high-tech infrastructure and financial services company that solves tough global challenges for customers and society. Analysis of the economic impact that GE Transportation has on Northwestern Pennsylvania shows that the total economic impact has grown to $4.7 billion annually.
Regions is a driving force in the economic success of local communities as well as the state of Alabama. This report demonstrates that the Greater Birmingham area and communities throughout the state have felt the growing influence of Alabama’s largest financial institution.
Through Tripp Umbach’s assessment, TGMC and CMC were able to identify community behaviors related to obesity, diabetes, cancer, heart disease, and smoking and developed implementation strategies to address those behaviors, with the ultimate goal of improving community health.
Tripp Umbach prepared economic impact analysis to quantify the economic, employment, and government revenue benefits related to the construction and future operations of the proposed mixed-used development at 1501 Penn Avenue in the Strip District of Pittsburgh, PA.
Roseman University utilized this economic impact study to assist leaders at the university in communicating the current economic, employment, and government revenue impacts associated with university operations.
Augusta University’s Medical College of Georgia (MCG) is working to expand medical education throughout the state. A detailed roadmap includes plans for the development of a four-year regional campus with UGA, as well as clinical campuses throughout the state.
Grammy’s House, a domestic violence shelter in Artesia, New Mexico, contracted with Tripp Umbach to determine the feasibility of developing a new transitional housing agency for women and children in crisis called Haven of Hope.
Lake Charles Memorial is an elite group of health systems that serves the residents of Southwest Louisiana. Tripp Umbach worked with Lake Charles to conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) and Implementation Strategy Plan for 2020.
The Tennessee Higher Education Commission retained Tripp Umbach to conduct a detailed market assessment and feasibility analysis to evaluate the capacity for additional Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs in the State of Tennessee.
Tripp Umbach was invited by the Northwest Arkansas Council (NWA) to conduct an assessment and impact study that identified a pathway toward establishing sustainable economic and social impact, improved health care access, and improved quality of care.
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.
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.
The University of Pittsburgh retained Tripp Umbach to study the future economic impacts associated with the development of an advanced shared materials manufacturing research, development, and production initiative in Western Pennsylvania- MAX MFG PA.
Keck Graduate Institute secured Tripp Umbach to assist them in developing a unique school of medicine.
The Niagara Falls National Heritage Area retained Tripp Umbach to conduct an economic impact study to highlight the economic and social benefits.
Tripp Umbach was retained in the fall of 2012 by Florida International University to conduct an economic impact assessment of the University’s NeighborhoodHELP program. This report outlines the multiple economic and social impacts of the program.
Arkansas State University (A-State) contracted with Tripp Umbach to analyze the feasibility of developing a new college of osteopathic medicine in Jonesboro, Arkansas.
In the winter of 2016, the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM) began a strategic planning process to update their 2015-2017 Strategic Plan.
Tripp Umbach to conduct an economic and community impact study to determine the financial and social benefits of OHL’s operations and services on the State of Louisiana, its communities, and residents.
Tripp Umbach worked closely with NSU to help create a strategic plan to achieve LCME accreditation and expand undergraduate and graduate medical education.
Tripp Umbach provided data via a health needs assessment to improve the health of the Stamford neighborhood, reduce the chronic disease burden, and lower excessive spending resulting from the inefficient delivery of medical services.
Tripp Umbach guided a community-wide health needs assessment to meet IRS 990 reporting requirements. Information was collected through various sources including interviews with key community stakeholders and open community forums.