Rural Healthcare Peer Exchange and Professional Development Program for CAHs
The ND Flex Program offers this program to provide opportunities for staff serving Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs) of North Dakota to learn from their peers. The Rural Healthcare Exchange Program provides travel support for individuals or small groups to meet with similar entities from other areas of the state and share information, ideas, and successful approaches to improving quality and access to healthcare services.
The program is open to staff and board members serving North Dakota Critical Access Hospitals. Eligible applicants also include rural non-profit EMS agencies and network representatives serving rural health organizations. The program does not include visits with consultants, conference travel, or support for regularly scheduled meetings or training events.
Provides travel support.
Links to the program guidance and application are available on the program website.
Before applying, applicants must speak with a prospective peer mentor to discuss the proposed exchange activity. Applicants may visit a peer mentor in another community or invite the mentor to visit their organization. After an agreement is reached, the applicant submits the Rural Healthcare Exchange Program application to the ND Flex Program.
The North Dakota Flex Program will contact the applicant within 7 business days with an approval or denial of the application.
For complete information about funding programs, including your application status, please contact funders directly. Summaries are provided for your convenience only. RHIhub does not take part in application processes or monitor application status.