Public or nonprofit rural organizations can apply through Nov. 25 for funding to support integrated rural health care networks, the Health Resources and Services Administration announced this week. The grants are part of the Rural Health Network Development program, which seeks to improve rural health care access and quality through network collaboration. HRSA expects to award 46 grants of up to $300,000.

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