Resources

The Center's searchable Resource Library features articles, reports, webinars, podcasts, toolkits, and other materials developed by trusted industry leaders to guide and support rural health stakeholders.
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This is the second podcast in our Rural Minnesota Path to Value Mini-Podcast Series. The basics of population health and social determinants of health are applicable to everyone that works in a hospital. Use these 10-minute podcasts during departmental/staff meetings or share as applicable.
This is the third podcast in our Rural Minnesota Path to Value Mini-Podcast Series. The basics of population health and social determinants of health are applicable to everyone that works in a hospital. Use these 10-minute podcasts during departmental/staff meetings or share as applicable.
This is the first podcast in our Rural Minnesota Path to Value Podcast Series. Learn best practices from experts and critical access hospital (CAH) mid-level leaders (MLLs) as they address social determinants of health and shift towards population health.
This is the second podcast in our Rural Minnesota Path to Value Podcast Series. Learn best practices from experts and critical access hospital (CAH) mid-level leaders (MLLs) as they address social determinants of health and shift towards population health.
This is third second podcast in our Rural Minnesota Path to Value Podcast Series. Learn best practices from experts and critical access hospital (CAH) mid-level leaders (MLLs) as they address social determinants of health and shift towards population health.
This is fourth podcast in our Rural Minnesota Path to Value Podcast Series. Learn best practices from experts and critical access hospital (CAH) mid-level leaders (MLLs) as they address social determinants of health and shift towards population health.
This is final podcast in our Rural Minnesota Path to Value Podcast Series. Learn best practices from experts and critical access hospital (CAH) mid-level leaders (MLLs) as they address social determinants of health and shift towards population health.
This 5-part series aims to provide hospital and clinic leaders with tools and strategies for recruiting and retaining high-performing employees.
Understand how mid-level leaders can help their department, organization, and themselves to transition from volume to value and population health.
Explore what it means to be a strategic and systems thinker in a mid-level leadership role – and how these types of thinking can positively impact the organization’s journey to value.
Explore what collaborative leadership looks like and learn strategies for effectively leading with a collaborative approach.
Explore the change process as well as the emotional side of change. Learn specific things you can do as a leader of change to smooth the process and help others.
Understand the basics of healthcare finance for mid-level leaders and how it connects to your work.
Learn ways to hire and promote employees and develop your team’s skills and knowledge in meaningful ways.
The National Rural Health Resource Center's Small Rural Hospital Improvement Program (SHIP) Technical Assistance Team partnered with evaluation subject matter expert Dr. Angie Charlet, Vice President of Training and Development at Canopy Associates to facilitatee discussions and education through a three part, web-based learning collaborative for State SHIP personnel.
The COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence Campaign, updated in March 2022, supports rural community-based groups, faith-based organizations, businesses, public health agencies, schools, and health care organizations in their efforts to develop internal and external communication materials promoting COVID-19 vaccination.
This report incorporates the proceedings of the 2021 Rural Community Paramedicine Summit, as well as a list of key strategies for implementing and sustaining CP in rural communities. It also contains resources, established CP programs, and information about how state Flex Programs can support rural CP efforts.
The Baldrige Performance Excellence Framework can be used as a systems-based framework for rural hospitals to develop and support critical success factors in key areas leading to performance excellence across the organization.
This guide is designed to assist rural communities in navigating a change from unsustainable volunteer emergency medical services (EMS) and ambulance service models to those that are sustainable. It includes information on how to assess if a community has an EMS problem and a six-step process to implement change.
This guide is designed to be non-technical and provide guidance regarding the potential and anticipated impact the COVID Public Health Emergency will have on top financial indicators during and after the PHE.