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Speare Memorial Hospital (SMH), a critical access hospital located in Plymouth, New Hampshire, was one of six organizations selected to participate in the 2022-2023 Rural Health Provider Transition Project (RHPTP). SMH has seen RHPTP’s impact on their improved organizational culture and overall patient experience and is a wonderful example of a health care organization utilizing existing resources to bolster their many strengths and recent goals. The RHPTP team is excited to see what this transition to value-based care brings to their community and is so fortunate to celebrate their progress and commitment in the project. Read more about SMH's top accomplishments and current initiatives toward greater care coordination.
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Effectively transitioning to a VBC payment system can be a challenge for many HCOs, therefore, State Offices of Rural Health (SORH) can be particularly vital partners in helping connect clinics and hospitals with additional tools, resources, and a valuable local perspective. Learn more about how one participating RHPTP HCO partnered with their SORH in 2024 to further their work toward a health system focused on value.
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Two new educational videos now available from the National Rural Health Resource Center highlight the prevalence of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in the country’s rural communities and the steps that critical access hospitals and other small rural hospitals can take to improve access to much-needed pulmonary rehabilitation services.
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During their year-long engagement in RHPTP, Coteau des Prairie Health Care System (CDP Health Care) worked with RHPTP’s technical assistance (TA) consultants on financial and operational improvements, to develop a strategy and infrastructure to embed quality improvement into practice. Read more about CDP's top accomplishments and early outcomes made possible through their RHPTP participation.
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Electra Memorial Hospital, a 19-bed, publicly owned critical access hospital (CAH) located in Electra, TX, was one of three organizations selected to participate in the 2021-2022 Rural Health Provider Transition Project (RHPTP). Read more about their continuing progress and top accomplishments since taking part in the project.
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Clark Fork Valley Hospital (CFVH) has been recognized by the National Rural Health Resource Center for its use of innovative employee retention strategies.
Fairview Regional Medical Center (FRMC) has been recognized by the National Rural Health Resource Center for its use of innovative approaches for recruiting and retaining clinical and administrative staff.
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The purpose of this analysis is to examine how patient-physician communication impacts readmission rates, mortality rates, and payment in various types of hospitals.
This analysis looks at how transportation options, being active, and staying healthy are related.
The aim of this analysis is to explore if relationships between homicides, motor vehicle accidents, and injuries, based on poverty rates in different counties and states.
This analysis aims to identify the factors that influence the risk and survival of cancer and how where you live affects your access to and quality of cancer care.
The goal of this analysis is to figure out how long people have to wait to be seen and how many decide to leave before being seen at different hospitals.