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Population Health

National Rural Health Resource Center

This TASC 90 webinar covered different topics regarding population health and features updates from the Technical Assistance and Services Center (TASC), Rural Quality Improvement Technical Assistance (RQITA), the Flex Monitoring Team (FMT), and the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy (FORHP), to include both the Flex Program and policies impacting critical access hospitals (CAHs).

Following this TASC 90 webinar, participants were able to:

This event was supported by FORHP and coordinated by TASC, a program of the National Rural Health Resource Center (The Center).

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2024 Critical Access Hospital Board Training on Engagement, Leadership, and Population Health Training In-person workshop
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