The Role of Small and Rural Hospitals and Care Systems in Effective Population Health Partnerships

The Role of Small and Rural Hospitals and Care Systems in Effective Population Health PartnershipsTo become an effective population health manager, a hospital must create effective partnerships. This guide describes how small and rural hospitals and care systems can develop effective population health partnerships that balance the challenges and opportunities encountered in providing health management.

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