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CAH Quality Infrastructure Assessment Data and Flex Open Office Hours

2:00 pm CST
National Rural Health Resource Center

The TASC team, in partnership with the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy (FORHP), the Flex Monitoring Team (FMT), and the RQITA Resource Center, will be hosting open office hours. The FMT will spend the beginning portion of this session discussing the CAH Quality Infrastructure Assessment data and how to leverage such data in your Flex Program. The intent of the remaining time is to allow for Flex Program-related questions.

These office hours are drop-in, and the Flex Partners will not have additional content or presentations planned. State Flex Program staff are welcome to attend as schedules allow.

For more information, please contact Caroline Bell at 


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