Targeted Technical Assistance for Rural Hospitals Program
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Georgia Southern University Center for Public Health Practice and Research
The Targeted Technical Assistance for Rural Hospitals
Program (TTAP) offers 2 years of comprehensive technical
assistance to help rural hospitals meet financial and
operational challenges and maintain essential health
services for the communities they serve.
Selected hospitals receive support in prioritizing and
implementing short-term, mid-range and long-term
strategies for positioning their organizations for
financial sustainability through a process that includes:
- Comprehensive financial and operational assessments
- Evidence-based planning to identify & prioritize
strategies for financial sustainability and growth
- One-on-one tailored technical assistance with
consultants and subject-matter experts to guide
- Monitoring, evaluation, and modification of
implemented strategy to ensure optimal outcomes
Rural hospitals in need of technical assistance to address financial and operational challenges are eligible to apply.
Amount of funding
Participants receive 2 years of targeted technical
assistance at no cost with an additional year of
4-6 hospitals will be selected to participate each year.
Access · Closures of healthcare facilities and services · Governance of healthcare organizations · Healthcare business and finance · Hospitals
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