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State SHIP Guidance and Management Webinar

National Rural Health Resource Center (The Center)
Registration Deadline
Monday, May 02, 2022

This webinar included a discussion about the FY2022 SHIP updates, grant guidance documents, SHIP reporting templates, and additions to the SHIP Allowable investment tool.  There was opportunities to ask questions and provide feedback. This webinar was presented by SHIP Project Officers of FORHP and SHIP-TA team at The Center.

By attending this webinar attendees were able to:

  • Discover the SHIP FY2022 hospital funding and upcoming SHIP reporting dates
  • Understand and utilize the SHIP Allowable Investment Search Tool
  • Locate SHIP reporting documents and grant guidance documents on the SHIP-TA webpage(s)

For more information, please contact: Caroline Bell cbell@ruralcenter.org

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