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The Wisconsin Council on Medical Education and Workforce (WCMEW) is a non-profit, multi-stakeholder organization whose purpose is to facilitate strategies to ensure an adequate supply of health care providers to meet the needs of Wisconsin citizens today and into the future.


A Work in Progress:
Building Wisconsin’s Future Physician Workforce

Recent News

Expansion of the Children's Hospitals Graduate Medical Education Payment Program - U.S. Government Accountability Office 10/31/2017

The doctor of the future - Politico 10/25/2017

Governor Walker Announces Rural Agenda at Governor’s Northern Economic & Community Development Summit - State of Wisconsin 11/01/2017

Med school on the cheap: Why becoming a doctor in Texas is a bargain - STAT 10/30/2017

A hospital without patients - Politico 11/08/2017

The problem of doctors’ salaries - Politico 10/25/2017

A Non-Nurse’s Thoughts on the Future of Nursing - Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative 11/01/2017

Why Hospitals Are Pushing For More Nurses To Get Bachelor’s Degrees - HuffPost 10/13/2017

How does Northwest Indiana attract more doctors? Local hospitals, clinics say they have the remedy. - Northwest Indiana Times 10/21/2017

Kansas Payers Push Back Against Telehealth Payment Parity - mHealth Intelligence 10/23/2017

Shortage of mental health care providers hits crisis point just as more teens seek help - Journal Sentinel 11/16/2017

Report: Nurse Education Demo Project Good for Primary Care - MedPage Today 10/25/2017

Health Disparities Affect Millions in Rural U.S. Communities - American Association of Medical Colleges 10/31/2017

The Physician Gap: How we can encourage US physicians-in-training to choose primary care - Brown Political Review 11/03/2017

To address burnout’s underlying causes, look to team-based care - American Medical Association Wire 11/02/2017

Explore: How many young doctors does your state retain after residency? - STAT 11/09/2017

2017 State Physician Workforce Data Report - Association of American Medical Colleges 11/01/2017

In Rural Kansas, Telemedicine Boosts Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants - Healthcare Analytics News 10/09/2017

Tapping Non-Physician Clinicians to Address Patient Care Access - Patient Engagement HIT 10/10/2017