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SAVE THE DATE for the Missouri Telehealth Network Training Conference!

February 17, 2016

Upcoming Missouri Telehealth Network’s Conference Announcement –  The State Office of Rural Health will post on this blog,  additional conference information as it is released. 

Please save the date for the Missouri Telehealth Network’s upcoming, two-day training conference!  This is a great way to learn more about telehealth as well as Show-Me ECHO.  Below are the details:

When:  April 27th & 28th
Where:  Columbia, MO

Missouri Telehealth Summit

January 6, 2016

Missouri Telehealth Summit – View the flyer
January 28, 2016

DLT Grant Workshop

December 30, 2015

Please join us for a  USDA Rural Development DISTANCE LEARNING & TELEMEDICINE GRANT PROGRAM WORKSHOP

View the attached invitation.

To RSVP and for more information contact Greg Batson
Gregory.Batson@mo.usda.gov

USDA Distance Learning and Telecommunications Workshops

December 17, 2015

USDA Distance Learning and Telecommunications Workshops in January 2016

Save The Dates

December 3, 2015

Wisconsin Rural Stroke Conference

American Heart Association and Wisconsin Office of Rural Health

Learn How to Access the FREE National Healthcare Data Portal

November 3, 2015

Through a training session on the FREE NATIONAL HEALTHCARE DATA PORTAL, participants will be able to answer the following questions:

  •  Is there equitable disparity across all of the professions in rural vs. urban workforce distribution?  Or are there areas truly at more risks than others?
  • Where are the patients needing the greatest care?
  • How different are the socio-economic determinants in my area relative to surrounding states?
  • How will aging workforce impact access to care?
  • Are healthcare training opportunities available in rural?
  • How can healthcare leaders be more effective in targeting healthcare workforce distribution and training especially in light of implementing the Affordable Care Act?

This training session will be provided by Ann Peton, Director of the National Center for the Analysis of Healthcare Data (NEAHD), at our next RHW workshop. Ann Peton will provide a session on how to use mapping and spatial data analysis to further support the outcomes of the National Center for Rural Health Works (RHW).  In addition to the training, Ms. Peton will provide a jump drive with step-by-step instructions on how to access, view, map and analyze healthcare data, demographic, political, health outcome, healthcare workforce trends (2008-2014) available through the free national healthcare data portal.

The National Center for Rural Health Works (RHW) is presenting the RHW workshop on Thursday, December 3, 2015, and the New England Rural Health RoundTable is hosting the workshop at the Southbridge Hotel and Conference Center at 14 Mechanic St., Southbridge, MA 01550; phone: 508-765-8000 or 844-600-2719. Detailed information is attached with a registration form.

The RHW workshop will also enable participants to measure the economic impact of the health sector or individual health entities on zip code service areas, counties, regions, states or at the national level. Additionally, participants will learn about RHW’s community health needs assessment toolkit (CHNA) and about specific community rural health needs assessments.

The training is designed for professionals from agencies that plan to be involved in providing assistance to communities in any of these three areas. Enrollment will be limited to 20-25 participants and will be “First Come, First Serve. Each participant receives a packet of selected materials and a CD with all materials.

BE SURE TO REGISTER NOW! LIMITED NUMBER OF SEATS AVAILABLE!!

The next Home Health, Hospice, & DME Open Door Forum

October 28, 2015

CMS Open Door Forum

The next Home Health, Hospice, & DME Open Door Forum is scheduled for Wednesday, November 4, 2015 at 2:00-3:00 PM Eastern Time (ET).

Please call at least 15 minutes prior to the forum start time.

“This agenda is subject to change”

I.  Opening Remarks

Moderator – Janet Miller, Office of Communications

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