Rural Health Resources by Topic: Healthcare networks
Affiliation Partners Sought to Prepare Small Hospital for Value-Based Care
Details how Grinnell Regional Medical Center (GRMC) in
Grinnell, Iowa, followed a robust due diligence process to
identify affiliation partners and prepare for participation
in risk-based reimbursement models. GRMC is a 49-bed
private, non-profit medical center that serves 6 rural
counties in Iowa.
Date: 01/2018 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: Rural Health Value view details
Nebraska Network Hospitals & CAHs
Lists the hospital networks for each Critical Access
Hospital (CAH) in Nebraska, and the date each hospital
received the CAH designation.
Date: 01/2018 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: Nebraska Hospital Association view details
The Reforming States Group (RSG) Rural Health Project
Provides presentations from 3 regional meetings of federal and state health officials and researchers focused on rural health issues. Addresses policy interventions and models related to the rural health workforce, addiction and recovery treatment services, adverse childhood experiences, access to obstetrics and oral health, coordinated care payment models, health networks, and more.
Date: 2018 Type: Presentation Slides Sponsoring organization: Milbank Memorial Fund view details
Meadville Medical Center: Care Coordination for Adults and Children
Describes the Meadville Medical Center Community Care Network (CCN), an interdisciplinary team of clinicians who focus on using care coordination to help patients manage chronic conditions and achieve their health and wellness goals. CCN's goal is to engage patients and encourage them to take ownership of their health, thereby reducing hospital readmissions, conserving resources, and improving the health of the population.
Date: 11/2017 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: American Hospital Association Rural Health Services view details
2017 Rural Health Network Summit: The Role of Networks in the Changing Health Care Landscape
Summarizes the discussions from the 2017 Rural Health Network Summit. Identifies critical solutions for network leaders and sets key priority areas for federal spending and technical assistance. Seeks to facilitate best practices among rural health networks and demonstrate the importance of networks in improving the rural healthcare system.
Date: 09/2017 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: National Rural Health Resource Center view details
Improving Access to High Quality Sepsis Care in a South Dakota Emergency Telemedicine Network
Research and policy brief exploring whether emergency department-based telemedicine networks using real-time access to sepsis experts can improve outcomes and decrease variation in care. Discusses a pilot program for Critical Access Hospitals in South Dakota-based Avera Health's 140-hospital network in 12 states. Includes statistics for patients with positive sepsis screens from September 2016 to March 2017.
Author(s): Nicholas M. Mohr, Brian Skow, Amy Wittrock, et al. Date: 08/2017 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: Rural Telehealth Research Center view details