Since 1997, The Center has  provided technical assistance to nearly 500 rural health organizations and communities across the nation

We Understand the Rural Health Care Landscape

For more than 25 years, The Center's staff has provided technical assistance, information, tools, and resources to the country's rural hospitals and clinics, rural health networks, State Offices of Rural Health, and other rural stakeholders.

Customer Testimonials

There's always something new on the horizon that you need to change and adapt for; the Delta Program helped us grow financially to be more sustainable so that we can adapt in the future. That fresh set of eyes has been invaluable.

Lisa Twidwell, CEO, Madison Medical Center

I am a long-time Flex program member. I can tell you from day one, TASC has provided leadership and guidance to the Flex programs and Flex Coordinators. … Through the years these colleagues have become my friends.

John Barnas, Executive Director, Michigan Center for Rural Health

RHI has been a great partner, helping with our CHNA and leading us through strategic planning. As a CAH, a partner like RHI can save time and provide national best practices.

CHNA Customer
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Resources Developed by Industry Leaders

Browse or search our Resource Library to find hundreds of assessments, toolkits, FAQs, podcasts, and other materials developed to help sustain and improve health care in rural communities.
Four members of The Center's staff.

Interested in Talking to an Expert?

Our knowledgeable staff has more than 200 years of collective experience working in the rural health field. Rural health is personal to us.

Upcoming Events

This presentation will discuss the overall requirements of an emergency preparedness plan as well as what must be done on a continual basis to remain compliant with emergency preparedness requirements.
Join us to explore how we can optimize resources among Flex, SHIP, and the Delta Region Community Health Systems Development Program. We'll delve into the purpose of each program and discuss strategies for effective coordination and communication to best serve our rural communities!
This presentation will review common deficiencies found during certification and/or recertification surveys as well as best practices to continually review the RHC’s operations to identify risks.
This webinar will explore the distinctions of Medicare Advantage and its impact on rural health care organizations. Participants will learn about the fundamentals of this health plan, as well as the unique challenges Medicare Advantage can pose to patients and providers.
Using the 5Ws (who, what, when, where and why) framework, this two-part webinar
series will help communications professionals in rural hospitals or health systems who
would like to maximize the limited time and resources they have for social media.
In part two of this webinar series, speakers will provide feedback on
participants’ content niche ideas and audience personas.