The Health Resources & Services Administration recently released a guide to help rural hospitals and other health care providers together identify and address the health needs in their communities. Among other tools, the guide illustrates through case studies how providers in two communities created networks and partnerships to improve the efficiency of care, optimize resources and improve the lives of their residents.
 

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