Tripp Umbach provided HHC a comprehensive evaluation of the demographics and health needs assessment of the population, identified needed services, resources, and connectivity corrected through DSRIP projects.
Tripp Umbach developed a community health needs assessment protocol for MHCNO that aligned with national standards and identified key needs for community health improvement, including input from 15 hospitals in the region.
Tripp Umbach conducted a report for each of the hospital’s organizations identified and evaluated its community health needs to help better understand the risk indicators, population trends, and health care barriers in its service area.
Family First Health sought Tripp Umbach’s services to complete a community health market research study to identify overall community health needs and gaps in local health services.
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.
Tripp Umbach provided W&J consultation and a quantitative assessment of a variety of post-baccalaureate programs that would enhance the institution’s reputation as a high-quality, residential, liberal arts college, and extend the institution’s strengths.
With the help of Tripp Umbach’s market analysis report, OSU Regional Campuses were able to market the OSU brand, maximize the advantages of location, and promote the programs and attributes that are important to prospective students.
Tripp Umbach has a long-standing history of conducting comprehensive qualitative and quantitative market research studies for MSA. The research quantified key drivers of importance upon purchasers and decision makers of safety equipment within the construction market segment to better understand why they choose the MSA brand over other hard hat brands.
For a period of 10 years Tripp Umbach has served as the primary market research partner with Highmark, the nation’s fourth largest health insurance company, with more than 50 projects.
From Tripp Umbach’s market research, the Tepper School of Business was able to better understand how it is perceived by key stakeholders and what those audiences see as the core benefits to students, faculty, alumni, and the corporate environment.
Tripp Umbach was retained to complete a brand image and market positioning research study for Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and New England Baptist Hospital. This project provided Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and New England Baptist Hospitals with a current measure of customer awareness, image, and perceived value.
Tripp Umbach’s feasibility study evaluated developing a master’s level Physician Assistant (PA) program, specifically to be sufficient in research, data analysis and insight to allow the University of Evansville to make an informed decision to proceed with development of a Physician’s Assistant program.
Tripp Umbach developed a comprehensive communications plan and public engagement economic development strategy designed to achieve the “highest and best” use for city-owned real estate in the downtown area of Richmond.
Tripp Umbach has worked closely with the Phoenix Biomedical campus to quantify the potential range of economic impact of the Phoenix Biomedical Campus on the State of Arizona, Maricopa County, and the City of Phoenix.
Tripp Umbach was retained to complete the comprehensive feasibility study for the expansion of the current two-year medical education program in Evansville to a full-scale four-year medical school and the formation of the Tri-State Regional Health Education Center.
The Florida State University College of Medicine and Florida Medical Practice Plan invited Tripp Umbach to conduct a detailed feasibility study focusing on the development of a faculty practice facility in Tallahassee, Florida.
Tripp Umbach was retained to conduct a feasibility assessment to determine an appropriate model for medical school development and to identify the costs, opportunities, and benefits of establishing a four-year medical education program in Urbana-Champaign, Illinois.
Tripp Umbach discovered that the UVM Health Network contributes more that $2.24 billion in economic community impact to Vermont and New York annually, while generating more than $144.6 million in state and local government revenue impact.
Tripp Umbach analyzed the impact of UT athletics and identified a diverse range of community benefits provided to the region of Knox County such as entertainment, visitor attraction, volunteer activities, and monetary donations to non-profits.
Tripp Umbach conducted a study to assess the economic impact on the Seattle region and the state of Washington.
Tripp Umbach conducted a study to quantify the economic impact of the Wexner Medical Center, its in‐patient and ambulatory clinical services, as well as the research and educational missions of its seven Health Sciences Colleges for the State of Ohio, Franklin County, and the City of Columbus.
Tripp Umbach’s economic impact study proved that Penn Medicine’s presence played an integral part in Pennsylvania’s economy by generating revenue, jobs, and strengthening statewide tax base.