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Announcements from the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy

September 28, 2016

What’s New

National Health IT Week, September 26-30.  Join the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMMS) and their co-sponsors for daily events held this week to raise awareness to the importance of Health Information Technology (HIT).  To help providers better understand and adopt HIT, the Office for the National Coordinator (ONC) released the Health IT Playbook with a section dedicated to Rural Care Settings, outlining the unique implications for implementing Electronic Health Records in rural areas and a site dedicated to resources for Critical Access Hospitals and small rural hospitals.

Indian Health Service Awards $6.8 Million for Telemedicine Services.  Last week, the Indian Health Services awarded a contract to Avera Health to provide telemedicine services in all 19 Great Plains Area service units, which serve approximately 130,000 American Indians and Alaska Natives. Telemedicine services use electronic communications to connect health care providers and patients for remote clinical appointments, as well as some nonclinical services. In some cases, specialty care furnished through telemedicine is supplemented by a nurse or assistant who is physically in the room with the patient. IHS has found that telemedicine can be one of the best ways to get health care services where they are needed most, and this contract expands telemedicine services as a means of strengthening access to care at IHS health facilities in Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and North Dakota.

FDA Seeks Technology to Reduce Opioid Deaths.  With support from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) invites computer programmers, public health advocates, clinical researchers, entrepreneurs and innovators from all disciplines to create a mobile phone application that can connect opioid users experiencing an overdose with nearby carriers of the prescription drug naloxone, which can reverse the effects of an opioid overdose, but it is not widely available.

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October webinars- registration open

September 28, 2016

ICAHN Professional Education Services is pleased to offer these two excellent webinars in October:

Proper Clinical Documentation to Avoid Liability
Wednesday, October 19 from 11:00 a.m.-noon

Managing Disruptive Patients and Families in Healthcare
Thursday, October 27 from noon-1:oo p.m.

LEARN MORE AND REGISTER HERE

Free Webinar – Oct 1st RHC Billing Updates

September 27, 2016

RHC Billing Updates
FREE WEBINAR
Hosted by Hometown Health

Is your Rural Health Clinic ready for the new billing requirements? Join HomeTown Health for this informative webinar led by Helen Williams with Azalea Health and Dale Gibson. The purpose of the RHC webinar is to overview current and upcoming billing changes that become effective on October 1, 2016.

RHC Billing Updates
September 28, 2016
1:00 PM ET

Register

For any additional questions or to speak with the panelists, please email us at Info@AzaleaHealth.com.

 

September 29 Webinar: NACRHHS Policy Briefs on Emergency Care Models and Rural Opioid Misuse Implications

September 22, 2016

The Rural Health Information Hub will be hosting a free webinar.

Title: NACRHHS Policy Briefs on Emergency Care Models and Rural Opioid Misuse Implications
Date: Thursday, September 29, 2016
Time: 11:00 am Pacific, 12:00 pm Mountain, 1:00 pm Central, 2:00 pm Eastern

The National Advisory Committee on Rural Health (NACRHHS) has released two new policy briefs with recommendations to the Secretary of U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) on ways to address pressing issues. The first, Alternative Models to Preserving Access to Emergency Care, examines alternatives for provision of emergency care and ancillary services in the light of the recent surge in rural hospital closures. The second, Families in Crisis: The Human Service Implications of Rural Opioid Misuse, discusses opioid use disorder in rural areas, which face great challenges given their limited health and social service infrastructure.

Speakers: TBA

The National Advisory Committee on Rural Health and Human Services is a 21-member citizens’ panel of nationally recognized experts who provide recommendations on rural issues to the Secretary of the Department.

Register Now

Free Webinar – Oct 1st RHC Billing Updates

September 22, 2016

RHC Billing Updates
FREE WEBINAR
Hosted by Hometown Health

Is your Rural Health Clinic ready for the new billing requirements? Join HomeTown Health for this informative webinar led by Helen Williams with Azalea Health and Dale Gibson. The purpose of the RHC webinar is to overview current and upcoming billing changes that become effective on October 1, 2016.

RHC Billing Updates
September 28, 2016
1:00 PM ET

Register

For any additional questions or to speak with the panelists, please email us at Info@AzaleaHealth.com.

REGISTER NOW – Second Victim Train-the-Trainer Workshop

September 22, 2016

View information for the Second Victim Train-the-Trainer Workshop.

MU/SRUC Webinars – Recording from September 2016 presentation on Workforce Pipeline

September 21, 2016

Here is the recording to our September webinar on the Workforce Pipeline.  http://univmissouri.adobeconnect.com/p516lc73ov4/

Please join us on November 9th (9:00 am CT/3:00pm Edinburgh) when our friends at Scotland’s Rural College will present.  The link for the webinar will be:   http://univmissouri.adobeconnect.com/r78kwqtubq1/

Additional information will be sent out closer to the date.