Communication in Rural Health Network Planning
Duration: 56 minutes
Rural health network leaders make use of effective and engaging communication to create momentum. This webinar explores the importance of articulating clear missions, visions and goals, while understanding the needs of the communities being served. The presentation also reviews Section E of the Network Self-Assessment Tool.
Mary Kay Chess, PhD, Director of Educational Programs, National Cooperative of Health Networks (NCHN)
Rural health network leaders leverage tools to support the collaboration and integration of unique community and stakeholder needs and ideas. This webinar explores ideas and tips on innovation and creativity for network leaders engaged in the planning stages of network development. The presentation also discusses Sections A and B of the Network Self-Assessment Tool.
Change occurs at many levels in rural health networks and communities. This webinar explores tools and ideas on change leadership designed for network leaders engaged in the planning stages of network development. The presentation also discusses Section C of the Network Self-Assessment Tool.
Rural health networks may be structured and governed in a variety of approaches. This webinar discusses topics for network leaders to consider as part of board development efforts, including membership, bylaws, board job descriptions and value propositions. The presentation also reviews Section D of the Network Self-Assessment Tool.