See also ch. UWS 24
, Wis. adm. code.
Rural health development council.
The rural health development council created under s. 15.917 (1)
shall do all of the following:
Advise the board on matters related to the physician and dentist loan assistance program under s. 36.60
and the health care provider loan assistance program under s. 36.61
Advise the board on the amount, up to $25,000, to be repaid on behalf of each health care provider who participates in the health care provider loan assistance program under s. 36.61
History: 2009 a. 28
; Stats. 2009 s. 36.62.
Rural physician residency assistance program. 36.63(1)(a)
"Department" means the department of family medicine in the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.
"Physician" means a physician, as defined in s. 448.01 (5)
, who specializes in family practice, general surgery, internal medicine, obstetrics, pediatrics or psychiatry.
"Rural area" means any of the following:
A city, town, or village in this state that has a population of less than 20,000 and that is at least 15 miles from any city, town, or village that has a population of at least 20,000.
An area in this state that is not an urbanized area, as defined by the federal bureau of the census.
The department shall establish and support physician residency positions to which one of the following applies:
The residency position is in a hospital that is located in a rural area or in a clinic staffed by physicians who admit patients to a hospital located in a rural area.
The residency position includes a rural rotation, begun after June 30, 2010, which consists of at least 8 weeks of training experience in a hospital that is located in a rural area or in a clinic staffed by physicians who admit patients to a hospital located in a rural area.
In establishing and supporting residency positions under par. (a)
, the department shall give preference to residency programs that actively recruit graduates of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Annually by December 1, the department shall submit a plan for increasing the number of physician residency programs that include a majority of training experience in a rural area to the Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative, the Wisconsin Hospital Association, and the Wisconsin Medical Society. The plan shall include a detailed proposed budget for expending the moneys appropriated to the board under s. 20.285 (1) (qe)
and demonstrate that the moneys do not supplant existing funding. The department shall consider comments made by the organizations in formulating its final budget.
Annually by December 1, the department shall submit to the joint committee on finance a report that includes all of the following:
The number of physician residency positions that existed in the 2009-10 fiscal year, and in each fiscal year beginning after July 1, 2010, that included a majority of training experience in a rural area.
The number of such physician residency positions funded in whole or in part under this section in the previous fiscal year.
The eligibility criteria met by each such residency position and the hospital or clinic with which the position is affiliated.
The medical school attended by the physician filling each such residency position.
The year the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education certified the residency position.
The reason the residency position had not been funded.
History: 2009 a. 190
Annual reports. 36.65(1)(1)
In this section, "chancellor" means the chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Annually, the board and the chancellor shall each submit an accountability report to the governor and to the legislature under s. 13.172 (2)
. The reports shall include all of the following information, the board's report with respect to the system other than the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and the chancellor's report with respect to the University of Wisconsin-Madison:
The graduation rate, the total number of graduates, the time needed to graduate, the number of credits needed to obtain a degree, retention rates, placement of graduates, and the percentage of residents and nonresidents who reside in this state 10 years after graduation.
Financial reports from each institution and each college campus, prepared using generally accepted accounting principles.
Access and affordability.
A profile of enrolled students, including mean per capita family income, the percentage of resident and nonresident students who are low-income, the percentage of resident and nonresident students who are members of minority groups, the number of transfers from other institutions and other colleges within this state, the published cost for resident students and the actual cost for resident students once financial aid is subtracted, and increases in available institutional financial aid for students with a demonstrated need.
The extent of access to required courses and to popular majors, the majors offered, improvements in overall student experience, efforts to close the achievement gap between majority and underrepresented minority students, and post-graduation success.
Graduate and professional education.
The number of graduate degrees awarded; the number of professional graduates in key areas, including physicians, nurses, business, engineers, pharmacists, veterinarians, and lawyers; and incentives provided for remaining in this state after graduation.
A profile of the faculty, including faculty teaching loads, success or failure in recruiting and retaining scholars, and teachers who are rated at the top of their fields.
The amount and source of research funds and other new revenue brought into the state, the number of government contracts received, the number of research projects in progress or completed, the number of patents and licenses for system inventions, the number of new businesses created or spun off, the number of secondary businesses affiliated with the system or system-sponsored research projects, support provided to existing industries throughout the state, job growth from support to existing industries and new businesses, the number of jobs created in campus areas, the number of jobs created statewide, and a comparison of economic indicators for campus and other areas.
Partnerships and collaborative relationships with system administration and institutions.
History: 2011 a. 32