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Rural Hospital Closures Rise to Ninety-Seven .

Last week, two rural hospitals closed, bringing the number of rural hospital closures up to 97 since 2010..

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2 Digital Health Tools Every Rural Clinician Should Try.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, chronic disease affects 117 million Americans and is a primary reason behind skyrocketing health care spending. But patient outcomes are not improving; in fact, for patients with chronic disease, outcomes are typically the poorest as they are challenged to self-manage their conditions on a daily basis. Access to support for social determinants of health in addition to medical needs can lead to better outcomes for patients. Digital....

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NRHA to honor Rural Health Champions at 30th Annual Rural Health Policy Institute .

The National Rural Health Association (NRHA) is pleased to announce the winners of its 2019 Rural Health Champion Awards, which recognize outstanding leadership in rural health issues by both members of Congress and congressional staff.  .

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2020 Surgeon General Oral Health Report: NRHA Submits Comments .

On January 25, following the Surgeon General’s Oral Health Report, NRHA submitted a comment letter to the Office of the Surgeon General, outlining our recommendations to improve oral healthcare in vulnerable rural areas..

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The Dawn of a Rural Health Care Renaissance.

In the past five years there have been over 60 rural hospital closures. While some see this as the beginning of the end for rural health care in America, others see a new dawn on the horizon, spurred forward by the expansion of telehealth technologies and restructured rural health care standards. NRHA CEO Alan Morgan recently sat down for an interview to outline his thoughts on rural health care in America, where it is and where it is going. He also shared with us valuable insights as to what....

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