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Telemedicine essential for addressing clinical, behavioral care access disparities.

With a growing shortage of primary care providers and behavioral health specialists, telemedicine will be key to improving access and choice for residents of underserved and disadvantaged communities..

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Learn about NRHA's 2022 Rural Health Award recipients.

Take a moment to spotlight the “unsung heroes” who work behind the scenes to seek out every possible avenue to make life better, healthier and more compassionate for the rural Americans they serve..

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Exploring radical rural health flexibility.

Rural health care often conjures images of shuttered hospitals and the slow exodus of the young to urban areas. Yet each rural community has its own unique identity with its own challenges and opportunities. The independent spirit that fuels rural America presents opportunities to develop unique and innovative solutions to the obstacles faced by rural health care providers..

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Talking pandemic challenges and podcasts with NRHA President Beth O’Connor.

NRHA recently sat down with NRHA President and longtime NRHA member Beth O’Connor to learn more about her rural health priorities, her goals as NRHA president, and why she is excited to attend NRHA’s Annual Rural Health Conference in Albuquerque. A passionate rural health advocate, O’Connor has attended her fair share of Zoom calls and virtual meetings during the pandemic and is ready to see everyone in person..

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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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