Sustainability Action Planning for Allied Health Networks
For rural health networks and network projects, sustainability can be defined as the ability to achieve desired outcomes and financial viability through implementation and deployment of the network’s business plan. A sustainability plan is the final plan deliverable for the Rural Network Allied Health Training Program. This webinar shares information on the process of developing an action plan to identify and address opportunities for sustainability. The Sustainability Action Plan Toolkit includes a guide and a template to help networks determine these next steps within specific business areas.
- Kap Wilkes, Rural Health Innovations
This webinar is open to current grantees of the Rural Network Allied Health Training Program. Connection details have been sent to eligible networks. For more information, please contact the Network TA team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This webinar and the accompanying toolkit explore a framework for rural health networks when creating business plans as part of their ongoing sustainability efforts. The Business Planning Guide and Business Planning Toolkit outline four key elements of a business plan that can support a systems approach to network and business planning.