Topics: Alabama

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Rural Patients with Chronic Disease: A Nonprofit Organization and a Health Department Leverage Federal Funding to Provide Health Education and Care Coordination

remote patient imaging dashboard


An Alabama nonprofit organization and a North Carolina rural health district share how they leverage public funding for quality improvement and rural network development activities that provide unique patient education opportunities for chronic disease prevention and self-management.

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February 20, 2019

Rural Health Literacy: Who’s Delivering Health Information?

health literacy image of provider and patient


From over-the-counter medication use, to decisions about personal or family disease treatments, health literacy impacts the most everyday of health decisions. But, distance and internet connectivity challenges make it difficult for rural residents to get health information. To navigate health information gaps, school nurses, newspapers, public libraries, churches, public health departments, and hub-and-spoke academic institutions are working in creative ways.

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May 3, 2017

Regina Benjamin

Regina Benjamin


Update to a Rural Monitor Around the Country article featuring Surgeon General Regina Benjamin.

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February 21, 2013