Rural Health Network Development Program Partnership Meeting 2016

Event Details
Wednesday, October 19, 2016 to Thursday, October 20, 2016
Host: 
Federal Office of Rural Health Policy (FORHP),
Rural Health Innovations (RHI)

Building Adaptable Networks: Engaging in Changing Health Care

The 2016 Rural Health Network Development Program Partnership Meeting was a forum for the 2014 cohorts of Network Development grantees to share ideas and best practices, gain new skills to move their networks toward sustainability, and develop a business model for potential products and services. By better understanding the changing health care landscape and gaining skills to lead network in times of change, rural health networks can become more agile and adaptable.

Day 1

The Role of Networks in Rural Health Care

Paul Moore, Federal Office of Rural Health Policy

The Strategic Planning Cycle

Arlene Anderson, Leadership Consultant

Engaging Stakeholders in Times of Change and Transition

Arlene Anderson, Leadership Consultant

How to Manage Organizations in Times of Change

Joe Wivoda, Rural Health Innovations

Group Decision Making to Move Toward Change

Debra Laine, Rural Health Innovations

Population Health: Two Ways Networks Make a Difference

Jac Davies, Critical Access Hospital Network
Lisa Ladendorff, Northeast Oregon Network (NEON)

Program Update

Jayne Berube, Federal Office of Rural Health Policy

Day 2

Understanding and Managing Your HRSA Grant

Benoit Mirindi, Health Resources and Services Administration

Developing a Business Model for Future Success

Debra Laine, Rural Health Innovations
Kap Wilkes, Rural Health Innovations

Business Canvas Tool

Business Canvas Tool (PDF Document - 2 pages)