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2024 Flex Program Reverse Site Visit

Washington, DC
National Rural Health Resource Center
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The Technical Assistance and Services Center (TASC), supported by the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy (FORHP), and in partnership with the Reverse Site Visit (RSV) Planning Committee, is excited to announce the dates, theme, and learning objectives for the 2024 Flex Reverse Site Vist: Moving Flex Forward: Empowering Rural Health Through Evaluation and Storytelling

A draft agenda is available on the event's Cvent website.

By attending the Flex Program Reverse Site Visit, participants will be able to:

  • Understand and apply the future direction of the Flex Program
  • Strengthen the leadership of state Flex Programs
  • Identify opportunities to implement promising practices through collaboration and lessons learned by CAHs and state Flex Programs, particularly related to evaluation
  • Recognize how evaluation helps to tell the story of your Flex program and its impact in your state

Please remember that as part of each state’s notice of award (NOA), there is a participation requirement for this annual meeting of state Flex Programs. 

We look forward to seeing you at this year’s RSV!

For more information, please contact Caroline Bell.


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