The Wisconsin Office of Rural Health celebrates NRHD by honoring and highlighting the good work in healthcare that is being done in rural Wisconsin. Presenters gave us a look into a "day in the life" in their community.
Rural Health Clinics 101 is designed to provide an overview of the Rural Health Clinic (RHC) Program including how to obtain certification, program requirements, Cost-Report submissions, and implications of RHC billing and payment.
A forum for stakeholders and policy makers to learn about the community paramedicine model and how it can impact health care delivery. The event included presentations on how community paramedicine has been implemented, what Wisconsin has been doing and a discussion of next steps to develop and implement programs here.
This toolkit is comprised of six tools focused on improving patient discharges, improving patient outcomes, and decreasing readmission rates. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ). Retrieved January 1, 2014.
Developed by the Commonwealth Fund, this toolkit includes a description of the care coordination model along with a series of tools and case studies in the areas of: accountability, patient support, relationships and agreements, and connectivity.
The Wisconsin Office of Rural Health’s annual workshop for Wisconsin Rural Health Clinics was held on November 8, 2013. The event featured sessions on Rural Health Clinic (RHC) rules & regulations, a national legislative update, RHC survey readiness and Provider recruitment and retention strategies.