Brad Meyer Achieves Fellowship in the American College of Medical Practice Executives

Brad Meyer, FACMPE, Chief Executive Officer of Bluestem Health Achieves Fellowship in the American College of Medical Practice Executives.

Brad L. Meyer, FACMPE, Chief Executive Officer of Bluestem Health in Lincoln, Nebraska, has become a Fellow in the American College of Medical Practice Executives (ACMPE). ACMPE is the certification entity of the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA). Fellowship in ACMPE’s industry-leading program demonstrates mastery and expertise in the profession of medical practice management.

Leadership Excellence

To achieve Fellowship, Brad first earned the Certified Medical Practice Executive (CMPE) designation by passing rigorous examinations that assess knowledge of the broad scope of medical practice management. This includes business operations, financial management, human resources management, information management, organizational governance, transformative healthcare delivery, quality management, and risk management. In addition, he completed a minimum of 50 continuing education credit hours to achieve CMPE status. To earn a Fellowship, Brad demonstrated leadership, innovation, and professional engagement in the healthcare industry and the advancement of the medical group management profession.

Brad Meyer has been at the helm of Bluestem Health since September 2014. “Ensuring that our community has affordable healthcare services is my priority,” says Brad. “I’m grateful for the opportunity to lead our organization into the future and to implement best practices that benefit our patients’ health and well-being.”

Accessible, High-quality Healthcare Services

Bluestem Health has been providing integrated healthcare services in Lincoln since 2003. As a leader in providing cutting-edge family medical practices, our team of medical professionals are working to make healthcare services accessible to everyone in our community.

Bluestem Health provides medical, dental, and behavioral health services to over 21,000 patients annually. As the city’s only Federally Qualified Health Center, approximately 62% of Bluestem Health’s patients are on Medicaid and/or Medicare, and 88% are at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Limit.

The main focus at Bluestem Health is to ensure the well-being of our patients. Through an integrated care model, patients have access to family medicine and pediatrics, behavioral health, dental services, pharmacies, and more – all through one organization. We’re making sure patients receive high-quality services, from preventive care to chronic disease management, through all stages of life. In addition, Bluestem Health offers a variety of resources for the entire family, such as language interpreters, patient support services, diabetes education, and chronic disease management services.

Our vision is to create a healthy community and that begins by helping people get access to primary care when they need it, and where they need it. With six locations throughout the community, Bluestem Health’s clinics are strategically positioned to make it easy for patients to obtain services close to work and home. Our Lincoln locations include:

Bluestem Health is committed to being the leading resource for all patients in the Lincoln area. To schedule an appointment at one of our clinics, visit

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