Studies show that residents trained in rural and underserved areas are more likely to stay in those communities to practice. It’s getting residents there that organizations often struggle with.
Setting up a Graduate Medical Education (GME) program can help. Not only can a GME program help address your staffing issues, but it also can enhance and expand the services you offer patients and be a crucial component to your Medicare and Medicaid risk strategies.
A breadth of GME services you won’t find anywhere else
Our team has decades of experience serving the GME strategy and implementation needs of federally qualified health centers, sole community hospitals, rural health clinics, critical access hospitals, primary care consortia and academic health centers. And no other firm offers the wide range of services we do. Ensure your program is developed, executed and maintained to the highest quality by a team who understands your organization.
We can help you with:
- Physician Needs Assessment
- Feasibility Study
- Economic Impact Analysis
- Direct and Indirect GME Reimbursement Analysis and Financial Modeling
- Sponsoring Institution Application
- Specialty Applications
- Training and Education
- Site Visit Preparation
- GME Office Administration
At Wipfli, we take a hands-on, collaborative approach to working with our clients. When the ACGME site visitor comes to assess your GME program compliance, we stand with you to make sure you’re prepared. If the site visitor throws you a curveball, we help provide comprehensive answers to their questions, on the spot.
- Our team’s extensive experience and top credentials
- Valued academic thought leadership
Featured Thought Leader
Kiki C. NocellaKiki Nocella is a director in the firm’s health care consulting practice, providing clinical operations and graduate medical education consulting services. She leverages her vast experience in the health care industry to provide top-notch consulting services to hospitals, Federally Qualified Health Centers, consortiums and academic health centers.