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2024 Critical Access Hospital Board and Leadership Training

12 p.m. - 1 p.m. CT
The National Rural Health Resource Center (The Center)
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Registration Deadline
Tuesday, June 04, 2024

2024 Critical Access Hospital Board and Leadership Training 

Building Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Facilitator: Sally Buck, CEO, The National Rural Health Resource Center

Audience: Minnesota Critical Access Hospital Leaders and Board Members.

Description: Learn best practices and tips concerning diversity, equity, and inclusion in critical access hospitals (CAH). During this facilitated discussion peers will:

  • Share the importance of building internal diversity, equity, and inclusion adoption
  • Explore steps on how CAH leaders can establish a diverse and inclusive culture
  • Gain promising leadership and community population health practices
  • Integrate the principles of population health into hospital operations, emphasizing its necessity for strategic decision-making and financial sustainability in rural health care.

Panelists:

  1. Patti Banks, CEO, Ely Bloomenson Community Hospital 
  2. Terry Hill, Senior Advisor, Rural Health Leadership and Policy, National Rural Health Resource Center 

For questions regarding this call, please contact Alexis Foster.

Speakers

Patti Banks

Bloomenson Community Hospital
CEO

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