DRCHSD Monthly Newsletter - March 2023
The DRCHSD Team has many educational events in store for program participants in the upcoming months. Be on the lookout for the following events.
Date & Time: Thursday, March 23 from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. CT
Description: Learn how to apply to become a National Health Service Corps (NRHC) site. NHSC-approved sites provide outpatient, primary health care services to people in health professional shortages areas and clinicians working at these sites may be eligible to apply for loan repayment and scholarship programs.
Date & Time: Thursday, March 30 from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. CT
Description: Hear more about the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy (FORHP) priorities and programs, including community-based programs that could serve your rural residents.
Date & Time: Wednesday, April 5 from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. CT
Description: How do I search for a federal grant? What’s a NOFO and how do I use it? What makes for a successful federal grant application? These questions and more will be answered on this webinar.
Date & Time: Wednesday, April 12 from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. CT
Behavioral Health Campaign Added to Customizable Communications Toolkit
The DRCHSD Program is excited to announce a new addition to the customizable communication's toolkit focusing on mental and behavioral health.
The Behavioral Health Toolkit contains messaging focused on stopping mental health stigma and starting the conversation, as well as highlighting the new 9-8-8 national hotline.
For questions regarding the behavioral health campaign please reach out to Ambresha Johnson.
Diversity Equity and Inclusion Monthly Delta Spotlight RHIHub Rural Health Equity Toolkit Description: The toolkit compiles evidence-based frameworks and promising strategies and resources to support organizations working toward health equity in rural communities across the United States.
Description: Hear from two DRCHSD peers on how they implemented and used remote patient monitoring (RPM) in their rural hospitals.
Description: This webinar shared materials that focus on stopping the stigma associated with mental health and starting the conversation about behavioral health.
Description: This session reviewed the top revenue cycle challenges hospitals are facing in today’s environment and provided best practices in the areas of the front and back end of the revenue cycle.
Description: This session provided attendees with best practices managers should attempt to implement for middle revenue cycle functions and social determinants of health in order to succeed in today’s health care environment.
Description: Physician practices and rural health clinics face operational and reimbursement changes constantly. This session provided attendees with best practices managers should attempt to implement for operational success and maximization of reimbursement.