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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.

Reports

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

Recent News

New UW program aims to fill a rural doctor shortage - WQOW Interview with WCMEW Executive Director George Quinn 07/24/2017

Physician Burnout - Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, 07/31/2017

Howard Marklein: H.O.P.E bill expands addiction specialist training - La Crosse Tribune 07/26/2017

Protecting interns and other physicians from depression and suicide - STAT 07/24/2017

Team-based care for children: Who should be included and who should lead? - AAP News 07/24/2017

WVU Tech announces medical school partnership - MetroNews 07/25/2017

Supply and Distribution of the Behavioral Health Workforce in Rural America - Rural Health Research & Policy Centers, 07/31/2017

Wisconsin Behavioral Health Workforce, 2015 - Rural Health Research & Policy Centers 07/31/2017

New Research Details Risk of National OB-GYN Shortage - Doximity 07/20/2017

U.S. Facing an Imminent OB-GYN Shortage - Daily Beast 07/20/2017

Telemedicine Technology Helps Doctors Treat Patients, No Matter the Distance - HealthTech 08/03/2017

Physician Workforce Trends And Their Implications For Spending Growth - Health Affairs Blog 07/28/2017

The Robot Will See You Now - AAPA 07/13/2017