Health care leaders can develop “specific competencies and skills that can contribute to effective crisis management,” write Helena Bonfitto and Benjamin Wise, senior program managers for AHA Funded Partnerships. The blog highlights key takeaways on strengthening crisis management, as discussed at the AHA Rural Health Care Leadership Conference in February, including powerful lessons from two health care leaders who described their organizations’ experiences responding to the May 2022 mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. LEARN MORE 
 

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