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Rural Health Clinic Network

ND RHC Network The North Dakota Rural Health Clinic (RHC) Network was formed in 2021 to provide a platform for North Dakota RHCs. Participants will receive support for Conditions for Certification, quality and performance improvement, and to improve communication and collaboration among healthcare providers to best serve the rural health organization and its communities.

Goals

  • Assist RHCs to meet Conditions for Certification for compliance
  • Allow access to an online virtual library of resources and network webpage
  • Provide RHC-focused educational opportunities
  • Offer a platform for shared learning across North Dakota RHCs

Benefits

  • Central coordination/liaison working on behalf of RHCs with stakeholders
  • Direct technical assistance for RHCs to improve healthcare
  • Assistance for RHCs with identification of top statewide needs
  • Access to timely information that is applicable to RHCs
  • RHC-focused educational opportunities

Funding

The North Dakota Medicare Rural Hospital Flexibility (Flex) Program is a federally funded Health Resources and Services Administration grant that provides for the creation of rural health networks, promotes regionalization of rural health services, and improves access to hospital and other services for rural residents.

The North Dakota State Office of Rural Health program is a federal-state partnership that helps rural communities build their healthcare services through collaborations and initiatives with a wide range of partners across the state, with funding provided through the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy.

Questions?

Anna Walter, Project Coordinator
(701) 213-5336
anna.walter@und.edu