Since the rural emergency hospital designation became official last year, a growing number of rural care providers have voluntarily converted to the new category. In this discussion, two rural health care leaders assess how the REH conversion is proceeding, and how to build trust and buy-in from patients and communities. LISTEN NOW 

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