The Challenges Confronting Rural Communities, Providers and Their Remedies: A Panel Discussion

In recognition of National Rural Health Day, John Supplitt, Sr. Director, AHA Rural Health Services is joined by four colleagues from AHA each of whom has a unique perspective on pathways to recovery and solutions to the challenges confronting rural health care providers and the communities they serve. Workforce, behavioral health, and maternal health are among the highest priorities of rural communities. Experts offer their insights and solutions with a special focus on the role of the hospital board in leading the effort.


 

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