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Helping rural health care providers cope with pandemic stress.

A big factor contributing to rural health care worker burnout is the all-encompassing job of responding to the pandemic with resources that are already stretched thin. Identifying and responding to burnout is so vital because the consequences of ignoring it can be devastating for providers and patients alike..

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Congress Passes Fiscal Year 2022 Omnibus Package: NRHA Statement.

The National Rural Health Association applauds Congress for their bipartisan compromise to fund the government and the attention shown toward rural health care programs.  .

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2022 State of the Union: NRHA Statement.

In last night’s State of the Union Address, President Biden proposed his solutions to the biggest concerns we are currently facing as a nation, including those facing rural health..

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NRHA receives $7 million donation from philanthropist and author MacKenzie Scott.

NRHA is proud to announce that it has received a one-time, unrestricted donation in the amount of $7 million from philanthropist and author MacKenzie Scott..

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The future of NRHA advocacy.

Fresh faces and new tools have bolstered NRHA’s advocacy efforts over the past year, with new Government Affairs staff aiming to revitalize member outreach and make it easier to promote rural health during the pandemic and beyond. .

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