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    The ACMPE Scholarship Fund Inc. (SFI) is a program that supports individuals who, by virtue of experience, current position and future career plans, demonstrate the potential to contribute to MGMA's mission of transforming healthcare.

    The ACMPE annual scholarships are:

    • Harry J. Harwick Scholarship
    • Andrea M. Rossiter, FACMPE Scholarship 
    • Leaders Scholarship
    • Richard L. Davis, FACMPE / Barbara B. Watson, FACMPE – National Scholarship  
    • MGMA Midwest Section Scholarship   
    • MGMA Southern Section Scholarship
    • MGMA Western Section Scholarship
    • Richard L. Davis, FACMPE – Managers Scholarship
    • Oncology Practice Alliance Scholarship 
    • Richard L. Davis, FACMPE – Appalachian Scholarship (apply through Appalachian State University)
    • Richard L. Davis, FACMPE – UNC Scholarship (apply through the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) 

    The 2024 scholarship application window is now closed. All applicants will be informed of their status in late July 2024.

    2023 Scholarship Recipients

    Johntrell Bowles
    Johntrell Bowles

    Leaders (1st place)

    Madison Paternostro photo
    Madison Paternostro

    Leaders (2nd place)

    Ashley Dao Photo
    Ashley Dao

    Harry J. Harwick

    Benjamin Fetterley Photo
    Benjamin Fetterley

    Richard L. Davis, FACMPE/Barbara B. Watson, FACMPE

    Jenny Jun Photo
    Jenny Jun

    Andrea M. Rossiter, FACMPE

    Tracey Schwartz Photo
    Tracey Schwartz

    MGMA Southern Section

    Katherine Wedekind Photo
    Katherine Wedekind

    MGMA Western Section

    John Walker Photo
    John Walker

    MGMA Midwestern Section

    Eddie Little Photo
    Eddie Little

    Richard L. Davis, FACMPE - Managers

    Allison Hicks Photo
    Allison Hicks

    Richard L. Davis, FACMPE - Appalachian Scholarship

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    ACMPE Scholarship Fund, Inc. reserves the right to not make awards subject to market impact on investment earnings.

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