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.
Transforming research into actionable strategies for growth and development
STRATEGIC PLANNING CONSULTING SPECIALTIES
HIGHER EDUCATION AND HEALTHCARE
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION
30 years ago Tripp Umbach set the standard for economic development and revitalization planning right here in Pittsburgh. Today, we conduct planning projects for communities all over the world seeking to build new futures around sustainability, walkability, health, innovation and the arts. Read about our engagement on Northwest Arkansas Council Comprehensive Assessment and the Franklinton Redevelopment Plan in Columbus, OH.
CORPORATIONS, NON-PROFIT, AND TOURISM ORGANIZATIONS
STRATEGIC PLANNING CASE STUDIES
Keck Graduate Institute secured Tripp Umbach to assist them in developing a unique school of medicine.
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 worked closely with NSU to help create a strategic plan to achieve LCME accreditation and expand undergraduate and graduate medical education.
Tripp Umbach was retained to conduct an environmental assessment and business plan for TGen as it continued its mission to make and translate genomics discoveries into advances in human health.
With the expertise of Tripp Umbach, the Penn Highlands planning committee established an inaugural strategic plan to achieve three high-level goals to help implement its mission of improving the health and overall well-being of those in our Pennsylvania communities.
Mount Carmel partnered with Tripp Umbach to facilitate the creation of the Mount Carmel West Transformation strategic plan for the Franklinton community of Columbus, Ohio.
Tripp Umbach facilitated and developed a high-level strategic plan for tourism to serve as a guide for the Lackawanna Heritage Valley. The final outcome resulted in a strategic roadmap for the organization.
The development of a strategic plan enabled faster and more effective implementation of FIU-HCN’s mission, thereby allowing the University, college, hospital partners, new medical school, and integrated health sciences campus to benefit as soon as possible.
Tripp Umbach completed a comprehensive economic impact report of the Riverpoint Campus health and biomedical programs, and those envisioned for an expanded Academic Health Science Center at Riverpoint over a 20-year period.