Public and private entities may apply through Jan. 6 for up to $100,000 each to plan and develop integrated health care networks to expand access to basic health care services, coordinate and improve care and outcomes, and advance health equity for rural underserved populations. The Health Resources and Services Administration expects to award 20 grants to entities with demonstrated experience or capacity to serve rural populations.

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